We support the university mission by providing peer tutoring, writing assistance, and instruction in the use of academic strategies to promote a learning environment where undergraduate students may develop to their fullest potential.
Please view the following presentation with additional information regarding the services the Academic Support Center has to offer as well as to meet the staff. We are excited to help you meet your academic needs. Please note our new location. We are north of campus in Wood Hall next to the tennis courts where First Year Experience was located.
We provide assistance for more than 70 undergraduate courses from freshman through senior level. Make an appointment online or call our office at 321-674-7110.
Tutoring services will be offered both online using Microsoft Teams and face-to-face at the Academic Support Center. The Academic Support Center is located at Wood Hall, using the North entrance, next to the tennis courts.
To prepare for a tutoring session, students should bring textbooks, notes, completed homework, study guides, and graded quizzes or exams. Having material from the course gives both the student and the tutor a starting point for the tutoring session. Students should expect to work through problems, draw diagrams, engage in discussion and explanation, and participate actively in the tutoring session.
Our peer tutors are fellow Florida Tech students who have earned a grade of A or B in the courses they tutor and who maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. All ASC tutors complete a minimum of 10 hours of training toward a Level 1 College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) Certification that includes topics related to academic honesty, ethical behavior, learning styles, role modeling, and study strategies.
All proctoring is done at the Academic Support Center located in Wood Hall, north entrance, next to the tennis courts.
The Academic Support Center provides exam proctoring for students eligible for services through the Office of Accessibility Resources or through an arrangement with the Dean of Students. All exam proctoring is done by appointment only and with the cooperation of the instructor of record for the course. Students should make a testing appointment online at least 48 hours in advance.
* Click here to go to the Office of Accessibility Resources website
* Click here to go to the Dean of Students website