Do you know your individual learning style? Would you like some strategies for how to succeed on your next exam? Do you need help in a particular subject? Do you want to practice a foreign language with other PLU students? Then you’ve come to the right place!
At the AAC, you'll find free academic support services that can help you become a more effective, independent learner. Meet with a tutor, join a foreign language conversation group, work on study strategies, attend a group review session for one of your courses, or just stop by for free flashcards. Please stop by our office on the first floor of the library! Just enter through the main doors and turn left--we are down the hall in room 124, right before the Multimedia Services desk.
See a Tutor While You Still Can!
Finals are only two weeks away. If you need help clarifying that one concept that escapes you, make a tutoring appointment today. Remember that our tutors are free to cancel their hours during Dead Week (they need to study too) so be sure to check with us on their schedules. Come into the office to make an appointment, Library 124. Or you can call and we'll make the appointment for you 253-535-7518.
If a tutoring session isn’t exactly what you need right now, please check out these helpful tips on how to study for different disciplines: Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics, Nursing, Physics, Psychology, Sociology, and Statistics. We also offer tips on Critical Reading, Time Management, Note Taking, Test Preparation, and High School vs. PLU.
Become a tutor! The AAC usually hires students during spring semester to tutor for the following academic year. Check the student employment website for our listing during this time. On occasion, we will make additional hires throughout the year as needed. We are always willing to keep on file the names of students interested in tutoring should a position become available. Please e-mail us if you would like your name placed on file: email@example.com. All tutors are approved by the faculty. If you are interested in becoming a tutor, let the faculty in your department know of your interest.