Students Helping Students
The Academic Resource Center offers free tutoring services to Newman students seeking help with their studies. We primarily assist students with mathematics, chemistry and writing. However, we are happy to help you find a peer tutor for any number of other subjects offered at Newman. Peer tutors are Newman students who are currently taking courses, so they have an immediate understanding of the material.
Our goal is to provide a supportive environment for students to improve their ability to understand the content and skills necessary for success in their courses. Instead of doing the homework for the student or just correcting errors, tutors engage in a dialogue with the student about the processes for learning new material and producing evidence of that learning for the teacher in the form of homework, papers and exams. In other words, we help the student become stronger, more confident, independent learners.
If you're a student seeking academic assistance, a student seeking to help tutor others, or a faculty member with concerns about the work of a student, the Academic Resource Center is the place to start.
Schedule an appointment with the Academic Resource Center.
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Current Newman Students (on campus access only)
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ContactSacred Heart Hall, Rm. 301, The Hangar
316-942-4291, ext. 2229