Academic Support Center

The mission of the Academic Support Center is to provide opportunities through classes, tutoring, advising, mentoring, and specialized programs for all students to be academically successful at The University of Findlay and to collaborate with faculty, staff, and administrators to address the learning needs and academic performance of students for the purpose of student retention.

The Academic Support Center (ASC) provides, free of charge, a variety of academic support programs to on-campus and online students enrolled at The University of Findlay. Peer tutoring is available in writing for all courses, math, chemistry, biology, physics, and animal science, as well as accounting, economics, and finance, are covered each semester. Tutoring is provided in a variety of other courses each semester to cover student needs. Study skills courses are taught in both a one-hour and a three-hour format and provide students with study strategies to improve academic performance, and self-management skills to help students achieve greater potential in college and life. Individual study skills counseling related to academic performance is offered on such topics as time management, textbook reading, note taking, memorization, test taking skills, and test anxiety reduction. Special programs in study strategies and academic learning can be tailored to meet the needs of faculty and organizations on campus. The ASC also works in conjunction with the Office of Accommodation and Inclusion and the Oiler Success Center to provide students with appropriate support services.