FOCUS Tutoring – FOCUS (Facilitated Open Collaborative Undergraduate Study)Tutoring is a drop-in academic support service provided by the Department of Biomedical Engineering in partnership with the Center for Academic Success. Tutoring support services are offered for major-specific BMED courses in the BME Learning Commons on the 4th floor of the U.A. Whitaker building during evening hours of 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm. Specific tutoring for BMED courses are outlined per semester. Buzzcard access is required during these hours.
Professor/ TA Office Hours - Every TA and professor has office hours, which are usually listed in the course syllabus. Be sure to use professor/TA office hours for questions and extra course support.
Study Tips – Tips for dealing with issues such as academic confidence, time management, procrastination, grading at Tech, adaptation to new environments and plenty of tips on study habits.
1-to-1 Tutoring – 1-on-1 tutoring is available for weekly appointments, day and evening hours. This service is free to all GT students through the Center for Academic Success.
PLUS Program - The Peer Lead Undergraduate Study (PLUS) Program provides opportunities for students enrolled in traditionally challenging courses to work together to review course content, develop learning and study strategies, and prepare for exams. These voluntary sessions are offered several times each week and are facilitated by peer leaders (PLUS leaders) who have successfully completed the course in a previous semester.
OMED - OMED offers walk-in tutoring services for all students in math, computer science, chemistry, management, biology, and major specific engineering courses. Study Sessions with academic assistance are held in ILARC Sunday-Thursday, 2PM – 10PM (Fall/Spring). Individual and group study sessions available at all times per student request.
Commons Tutoring – Commons tutoring is on the 2nd floor of the Clough Commons in Suite 273, offering tutoring in chemistry, computer science, math and physics. Please check the schedule for Help Desk hours each semester.
Learning Assistance Program - The Learning Assistance Program is designed to provide residents with academic support through tutoring in core courses outlined by Georgia Tech core curriculum, Areas A-E. The Learning Assistance Program provides tutoring in Math, Physics, Chemistry, Statics , Computer and Electrical Engineering courses and Computer Science.
Sunday Group Study - The Center for Academic Success offers Sunday Group Study for high demand courses. Benefits include working with an experienced tutor and meeting, learning, and collaborating with other students. Appointments required.
Tech Prep: The Calculus Advantage — This non-credit, residential program reviews fundamental calculus concepts as well as strategies critical for academic success in calculus and other first-year courses.
Communications Lab - The Communication Center is located in Clough Commons 447 with trained professional and peer tutors to help undergraduate and graduate students with written projects, multimodal projects, graduate school applications, lab reports, senior design papers, individual and group presentations, poster designs, grant proposals, cover letters, resumes and CVs, and much more.
Academic Coaching — Provides students with the chance to work individually with professional staff members to enhance their academic skills, gain confidence, discover motivation, and improve performance.
Reboot — An academic recovery program for first- and second-year students who are not meeting their own academic expectations
Success Summit – A half-day program especially designed for Tech students who are on academic probation and who want to make changes to move into good standing.