Welcome to the ASC
Question: At Indiana University, Bloomington,
what does ASC represent?
- Academic Support Center
- About Student Convenience
- Addressing Scholastic Concerns
- d) All of the above
Answer: d) All of the above.
Here at the Academic Support Center, our goal is to help IU students succeed academically
by helping them with various scholarly issues and by serving as a useful academic resource within the residence halls.
As it has expanded into all three residential "neighborhoods,"
the primary mission of the Academic Support Center remains to
provide students with the wide range of support services necessary
to meet the academic demands they face.
To make these services accessible to students, particularly
first-year students, is one of the goals behind having numerous
centers located in various residence halls. The Academic Support
Center is currently located in the Briscoe, Forest, and Teter residence
halls and is open in the evenings, Sunday through Thursday
from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., to offer tutoring and other support services
to students. The diverse staff facilitates both group and individual
tutorials, workshops, study groups, study tables and academic
advising to assist IU students, particularly first-year students
who are at risk of leaving the Bloomington campus. In short,
the ASC strives to encourage overall academic success for these
students by making them feel more a part of the university in
terms of both living space and "academic culture."
We have three locations open during the evenings, Sunday-Thursday from 7:00-11:00 pm, with same-day sign-ups beginning at 6 pm at each location:
To contact the ASC director, please call (812) 855-7016.
- in the center building of Briscoe Quad at the corner of Fee Lane and 17th St.
- in the center building of Forest Residence Center on 3rd St.
- in the center building of Teter Quad on Sunrise Dr.
All main locations of the Academic Support Center (Briscoe, Forest, and Teter) will open for tutoring for the spring 2017 semester on Tuesday, January 17, in order to observe the Dr. King holiday.
Tutoring in the satellite locations will also begin during the second week of classes; please check the link on the left for updated information.
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7 January 2017