Academic Support Programs
Our support programs offer more options for students.
If you are looking to take your classroom experience to the next level, then you should join us for Study Groups, a program available to Fulton students. Study Groups, are peer lead study sessions, where students who have excelled in these courses will lead students through concept reviews, study strategies, example problems and small group work. Study Groups are an hour long and will be available at various times and locations throughout the week, including weekends. Students in these classes should expect to get additional information in their classes about this new academic support program.
Success Nights @Tooker
Take advantage of this new student-led “drop-in” program, offering academic support and homework assistance to students in key first and second year Fulton Schools of Engineering courses (courses may include MAT 171, MAT 242, MAT 265, MAT 266, MAT 267, MAT 275 CSE 110, CHM 114, EEE 120/CSE 120, PHY 121, EEE 202, CSE 205 and CHM 114).
Located in Tooker House, students will be able to work directly with other Fulton students in small groups to learn how to improve study skills, understand course material, and receive additional support in these classes. Visit the Fulton Schools of Engineering Tutoring Center website to learn more about drop-in availability for course support.
Whether you are on campus or many miles away, you can get help with your classes with Fulton Schools Virtual Tutoring.
Gain access to tutors who are current ASU students and have successfully completed the courses they are tutoring. Now with Virtual Tutoring, you now have access to more tutors, more subjects, and longer hours. Come get the help you need to succeed this semester.
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