Below you find a list of names from various different majors. These individuals have agreed to be the liaison between you and any major specific resources you need and questions to may have. Please feel free to reach out to them via the contact information found below and I’d you don’t receive answer within 48 hours contact Phillip Blackwell the AEX Chair at


Here’s the list just use emails for contact not phone number. Thanks!

PLUS sessions, from the Center for Academic Success, are intended to support students in traditionally-difficult courses. They are facilitated by peer leaders who have recently and successfully completed the course. The sessions are opportunities for students to work together to tackle course material in a relaxed and collaborative environment.

 1 to 1 Tutoring is an appointment-based tutoring program run by the Center for Academic Success, with tutors available for most freshman and sophomore level courses. The office is located on the second floor of the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons, and you can schedule appointments via their website.

Academic Coaching, from the Center for Academic Success, is not tutoring, but it helps students develop the skills required to be academically successful. It provides students with the chance to work individually with professional staff members to enhance their academic skills, gain confidence, discover motivation, and improve performance. Visit their website to learn more and to schedule an appointment.

The Commons Tutoring Help Desk is a drop-in tutoring resource with teaching assistants for specific courses, including CS 1371, Physics I & II, Chemistry, and Calculus. The Help Desk is located on the second floor of the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons. A complete list of courses and a schedule can be found on their website.

OMED is geared towards underrepresented minorities but is open to all. It offers concept classes where students, led by an OMED tutor, can review specific concepts that do not necessarily belong to only one course. OMED, located in the Chapin Building, also offers 1 on 1 tutoring, both drop-in and by appointment, for many classes. To request a tutor, contact Jarrad Reddick.

Sponsored by the Shell Oil Company, the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering offers tutoring in several ME and COE classes and has also developed online versions of  COE 2001, COE 3001, ME 2202 and ME 3180, available to all students. Visit their website for more details.

Located in the Hearn Academic Center, this resource is for student-athletes only. Student-athletes can request a tutor for a specific course and begin meeting with that tutor on a regular basis for the remainder of the semester. Request a tutor via their website.

Reboot is an academic success program for students who are not meeting their own academic expectations.  This is a voluntary, non-credit program that includes both a weekly seminar-style group session and opportunities to work individually with Center for Academic Success staff. Visit their website to register and for more details.

Need help improving your writing skills? The Communication Center, located in Clough Commons 447, has trained professional and peer tutors to help students with written projects, lab reports, graduate school applications, resumes, and more. Visit their website to make an appointment.

The Embark program offers support for students who are homeless and/or current or former foster youth. Contact Dana Hartley for individual guidance and advocacy to connect you with the services and resources you need.

 The Office of Disability Services provides support and resources to students with chronic disabilities. [Charles Drew (1904) was a physician, surgeon, and medical researcher who worked with a team at Red Cross on groundbreaking discoveries around blood transfusions. In World War II, he played a major role in developing the first large-scale blood banks and blood plasma programs.
He also invented bloodmobiles. These are the refrigerated trucks that, to this day, safely transport stored blood to the location where it is needed most.] Students can apply for accommodations, including textbooks and course materials in alternative formats, note taking services, transportation services, and assistive listening devices. To register for services, visit their website.