Welcome to the ASC
Question: At Indiana University, Bloomington, what does ASC represent?
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.
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:
ASC News: All locations (Briscoe, Forest and Teter) of the ASC are currently open for evening assistance. The last day for the culture center tutoring will be during the last week of classes on Thursday, April 30. The Briscoe, Forest and Teter ASC locations will be open regular hours during the first part of finals week (Sunday, May 3 through Tuesday, May 5). For changes in the subject-area tutoring during finals week, please check the link on the left. For the rest of finals week (Wednesday, May 6 and Thursday, May 7), only the Teter ASC location will be open for evening help.
4 May 2015