The Achievement & Advising Center supports student learning by strengthening a wide variety of educational skills. Working with a tutor can help you make the most of your study time while at the same time providing an enhanced understanding of potentially difficult subject matter. Tutoring is therefore an activity in which students are learning to better help themselves, both for courses in which they are currently enrolled and for their future academic endeavors.
Our faculty and faculty-recommended tutors help students develop study skills and personal success habits that enhance learning and encourage the highest level of scholarship and academic achievement.
All tutoring takes place in the Achievement Center Tutoring Suite located on the ground floor of the Office Building. Bring your books, your notes, and your questions.
Student Achievement and Success Center: Math and English services
Start: Week of January 17
End: Week of April 28
MAC 1105; MAC 1140; MAC 1114; MAC 2233; MAC 2311; MAC 2312; MAC 2313; MAP 2302
- Tuesday: 1:45 - 4:45 p.m.
- Wednesday: 11:15 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Sarah is a senior in the Civil Engineering program. She is currently serving as president of the Civil Engineering Association and a volunteer math tutor. As an engineering major, she understands the most important aspect of taking a mathematics, science or engineering course is confidence. Because of this, she’s dedicated to helping students develop confidence in their critical thinking abilities so they can thrive in their classes.
- Will tutor for any class requiring writing assignments.
- Tuesday: Noon – 5:00 p.m.
Keaton, a junior majoring in Electrical Engineering, has a passion for the English language which includes writing, grammar and proofing, and research. He understands that writing is difficult for some students and is ready to tutor in any class requiring a writing assignment. No matter where you are in your writing assignment, he is happy to help.
Physics/Computer Science tutor:
PHY 2048c; PHY 2049c; PHY 3101c; MAD 2104; COP 3014, COP 3330, COP 3353
- Thursday: 2:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Joshua is a junior in the Computer Science program. He is the current president of the FSU PC chapter of ACM and serves as the acting physics tutor. As a Computer Science major and physics enthusiast, he understands the importance of mathematical application in a variety of areas and the reality that many students struggle with these concepts. He is dedicated to helping students understand and learn more about problem-solving as well as the fundamentals of physics and computer science.
Please feel free to contact your Achievement Center Coordinator, Catie Feeney (email@example.com) with any questions or concerns about tutoring.