Student Success Center

Location: Technology and Academic Support Building, Room 140
Hours: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

If you need tutoring for math or comp, a computer on which to do your homework or a printer to print off an assignment, then the Student Success Center is the place for you.

Our purpose is to provide academic support services that empower students to succeed through the following four means: 

Tutoring in math and English, as well as most general education subjects.

Check with Tutoring Coordinator Mike Bogue (479-508-3368; jbogue@atu.edu) to find out when you can receive tutoring for the following subjects:

Instruction in basic computer fundamentals.
If you are unfamiliar with the in’s and out’s of PC’s or know someone who is, we can help. We can also show you how to use OneTech and Blackboard.

Computer and printer use.
If you don’t have a computer at home, you are welcome to use one of ours during our hours of operation, which are normally Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Academic workshops.
If you have test anxiety, problems with time management, or trouble studying, we will be providing workshops for these areas during the fall semester – watch the bulletin boards for the days and times. Normally, the workshops are held in the Computer Lab next to the Bookstore.
 

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Mike Bogue
Coordinator of Student Success Center
Phone:
(479) 508-3368
Email:jbogue@atu.edu 

Tutoring Staff:

Tasha Briley – Intermediate and College Algebra; Technical Math I and II.
Megan Evans – Intermediate and College Algebra; Technical Math I and II; Intro to Computers.
Charlie Henington – Intermediate and College Algebra; Technical Math I and II.
Melanie Phillips – Intermediate and College Algebra; Technical Math I and II.
Deanna Ryburn – Intermediate Algebra; Technical Math I and II; Intro to Computers.
Charlotte Swedeen – Accounting, Foundational Comp, Comp I, Comp II, Intro to Computers.

 

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