Academic Interventions,
Tutoring, & Assistance


Chemistry

231-5391

Graduate Teaching Assistants will be available to help with introductory and general chemistry.

Math

231-2220

Free tutoring is available in the Math Emporium at the University Mall.

Reading Assessment and Assistance

231-4133

Testing and assessment for reading skills are offered both individually and as part of various courses and programs. Programs and workshops available to identify and improve reading skills.


Writing Center

231-5436, 205 Williams Hall

Get help starting a writing assignment or have someone read over your rough draft and offer constructive criticism. Grammar question will be answered: grammar hotline: 231-5436 or gram@vt.edu.

Center for Academic
Enrichment Excellence

Structured Study Hall

231-5499

Open to all students. Provides a quiet space for studying between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. (times may vary depending on site and space availability).  This semester, it will be offered at two sites: 122 Hillcrest Hall and  110 Femoyer Hall.  and  the Multicultural Center in Squires, Johnston Student Center's North Lounge, and Randolph Hall 319. Study Hall offers students an opportunity to add structure to their day by routinely reviewing notes from the class they just left or preparing assignments due in the future. Structured Study Hall also facilitates time management by avoiding the waste of valuable time.

Tutoring Program

231-8887

Free tutoring is offered for select 1000 and 2000 level subjects and is available by appointment or on a limited walk-in basis. Appointments may be made by contacting the Office of Academic Enrichment Programs at 231-8887. To make an appointment with a tutor, students must first complete an application. The application is required for each semester they seek assistance.

CAEE Tutoring Program

Project Success

231-5499

A non-credit, goal-setting, and self-assessment seminar/workshop series to assist student improve their GPA. The program is available for all undergraduate students with a GPA of less than 2.00. Average improvement in GPA is .65, compared to the semester before participating in Project Success. You must complete an application form to participate. Call for an application or download one from their web site.

Thomas E. Cook Counseling Center

231-6557, 240 McComas Hall

Provides individual counseling and group counseling. Helps with personal problems, anxiety, depression, and grief. Excellent source of workshops and on-line sessions for help with: time management, reading comprehension, test-taking strategies, and study skills.

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