Tutoring is available to Lindenwood University students seeking to enhance their academic performance.
This free service assists students in becoming independent learners by reviewing academic techniques such as exam preparation, note taking, analysis of classroom and text materials, and helps students apply these techniques toward coursework. SASS offers these services to students in Suite 346 of the Library & Academic Resources Center (LARC). Several academic departments across campus also offer tutoring services. Please find the current schedule(s) of available tutors below.
Please note these times may change during the week of Final Exams. Refer to the appointment schedule for accurate availability. The video below is a brief tutorial explaining how to navigate our online scheduling software and how to make an appointment with a tutor.
Appointments can be made with tutors located in the SASS Suite. SASS tutors are available to assist undergraduate students across a number of disciplines. Graduate students or those needing help with specific courses not listed on the tutor schedule are encouraged to use online tutoring or to work through individual professors or their dean's office for tutoring support.
Online tutoring is offered 24/7 to all Lindenwood students free of charge. This service can be accessed through Canvas and provides help in a variety of subjects including areas such as Career Help and assistance with Microsoft products. Practice quizzes are also available in several subjects.
Below are a few tutorial videos to help you quickly navigate this online service so you can maximize your time spent with the online tutor. You can even use the practice classroom to try these features before meeting with your tutor.
- How It Works
- How to Use the Text Editor
- Practice Classroom
- How to Use the Graphing Calculator
- How to Talk to Your Tutor
- How to Use the Code Editor
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The Writing Center is available for all students and is located in the Library and Academic Resources Center (LARC) in Room 333. From organizing an outline to polishing a final draft, Writing Consultants are available to assist students throughout the writing process. Students are encouraged to stop by and work with Writing Consultants in order to learn and improve their writing skills.
The Writing Center is open Monday through Friday from 9am to 4pm. Appointments can be scheduled online using the WCOnline software system.