Academic Support for Student Success
To support the mission of the Tutorial & Enrichment center, an array of academic support and enhancement services are provided to:
- - Increase the retention and success rates of enrolled students.
- - Help using individual tutoring sessions, computer software, and workshops.
- - Enhance academic skills through carefully selected resources.
- - Enrich and broaden students' knowledge in areas of special interest.
- - Generate presentations and written materials that support classroom instruction.
- - Provide certified professional and peer tutors who can guide and encourage students to succeed.
|TEC ACADEMIC SUPPORT||DAY(s)||TIME(s)||LOCATION|
|Group Study Math Lab||Tuesdays||3:00pm-4:00pm 7:00pm-8:00pm||Tutorial & Enrichment Center (Collins-Callaway Library) 2nd Floor-RM 220|
|Group Study Science Lab||Thursdays||7:00pm-9:00pm||Tutorial & Enrichment Center (Collins-Callaway Library) 2nd Floor-RM 220|
|First Year Writing Seminar||Thursdays||5:00pm-6:00pm||Tutorial & Enrichment Center (Collins-Callaway Library) 2nd Floor-RM 225|
|Upperclassman Writing Seminar||Thursdays||5:00pm-6:00pm||Tutorial & Enrichment Center (Collins-Callaway Library) 2nd Floor-RM 225|
|Academic Support Workshop||Tuesdays||1:00pm-2:00pm||Tutorial & Enrichment Center (Collins-Callaway Library) 2nd Floor-RM 225|
|Individual Tutoring||Mondays-Thursdays Fridays||9:00am-8:00pm 9:00am-5:00pm||Tutorial & Enrichment Center (Collins-Callaway Library)|
|Online Tutoring Options||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Individual Academic Advising||Mondays-Thursdays||By appointment||Tutorial & Enrichment Center (Collins-Callaway Library)|
***Dates, times, and locations are subject to change. The campus community will be notified accordingly and as needed. **
For current Paine College students all services are 100% FREE.
- Online Academic Resources
- Change the link heading to this
ONLINE TUTORIAL & ACADEMIC SUPPORT RESOURCES
- NetTutor-available via Paine College Blackboard
For Prospective Tutors
The TEC is certified through the National Tutoring Association. N.T.A. The National Tutoring Association (NTA) was formed in 1992 for the purpose of establishing a membership organization for tutoring professionals. Over the past years, the purpose has expanded to promote education, specialization, and scientific research. The NTA is now the oldest and largest professional association dedicated exclusively to tutoring and represents the interests of thousands of tutors in the U.S. and thirteen other countries, practicing in all phases of tutoring, program administration, and supplemental stdent services. Members represent colleges, universities, high schools, middle schools, elementary schools, school districts, literacy programs, community programs, grant supported programs, and NCLB/SES providers. We welcome membership from peer, paraprofessional, professional, volunteer, and private practice tutors
Academic Support Staff
Dr. Davis, TEC Director (706) 821-8341 |email@example.com
Mrs. Frazier-Edwards, Office Manager (706) 821-8345 |firstname.lastname@example.org