Tutoring to grow, go online at UA

By Jaime Adame, Arkansas Online

Expanded tutoring and other academic support are in the works for UA’s Center for Learning and Student Success, said Charlotte Lee, the center’s director. Two full-time assistant directors will be hired soon to help manage and train students like Khang to help their peers. This spring, a pilot program will begin offering online tutoring support for online classes, Lee said. The university may also expand academic coaching, which involves one-on-one sessions between students and professional staff members to improve study habits and deal with anxiety. Currently, the center employs two part-time academic coaches, Lee said.


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