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Academic Support ServicesIU has many resources to help you succeed in your classes - talk to your professors and academic advisors to make sure that you're using all of the resources that are right for you!
The Academic Support Centers in the Briscoe, Forest and Teter offer a wide range of free services, including tutoring, advising, workshops, review sessions and more. Check out their Regular Services and Fall 2013 Workshops.
The Math Learning Center in Swain Hall East provides a group tutoring experience. Students are asked to work together with others taking the same math course. Tutors assist groups and individual students with their questions by giving hints and guidance towards the correct solution. The MLC tutoring service is on a walk-in basis; no appointment is necessary. Students who wish to have a one-on-one tutoring experience should consider hiring a private tutor and the Mathematics department provides Tutor List.
The Student Academic Center provides a range of support services that enhance academic success for undergraduate students at Indiana University, Bloomington including:
- Workshop Podcasts will address the most requested topics students ask about such as quizzes and exams, time management, taking notes, motivation, stress management and lots more.
- Free Statistics Seminars will be offered during August & September of Fall 2013 to help students succeed in this challenging class. Seminars will include "Getting Ready for Introductory Statistics", "Learning Statistics", and "Exams in Statistics".
- Individualized Academic Assessment and Assistance.
- Courses for Credit are designed to promote students' academic success at the university.
Writing Tutorial Services (WTS), located in the Wells Library Information Commons, provides individual tutoring to IUB students. They can help writers at any phase of the writing process--from brainstorming to outlining, revising to polishing the final draft.
Disability Services for Students ensures the accessibility of University programs and services to eligible students. Accommodations, also called support services, are individually determined based on disability specific need and may include modified testing environments, sign language interpreters, and assistance obtaining books in audio format.