Frequently Asked Questions
- What services are available?
- Who is eligible to receive academic support services?
- Is there a fee for services?
- Who are the tutors?
- Do you have services for students with disabilities?
If you need help with a course not mentioned here, ask your instructor how you can get additional support. Additionally, check the STEM Tutoring page for information on review sessions in biology, chemistry and physics courses, as well as the Other Academic Services page for tutoring services in various departments across campus.
Our services are available to all students enrolled at Susquehanna University.
No, there is no cost to students enrolled at Susquehanna.
Tutoring is offered by professional staff and also students who are qualified to provide assistance in a particular subject area.
Yes. The Center for Academic Achievement provides academic assistance to students with disabilities and works closely with the Office of Disabilities Services.
If you are seeking an accommodation for a disability, please contact Phillip Gehman, the coordinator of disability services at 570-372-4340 or email@example.com.