Tutoring and Academic Services
The Center for Academic Success (CAS) offers support in tutoring, learning support and disability services, as well as transitions and completion. The CAS supports all students, whether you need help or want to keep succeeding. We can help you learn more effectively by building on your strengths, navigate academic policies and processes and help connect you to other campus resources.
CAS services are available at no cost to all Susquehanna students.
Tutors are students who work collaboratively with other SU students to provide individual and group tutoring sessions to enhance their skills in specific subjects to become more successful and independent learners. Peer tutors assist students by reviewing materials, clarifying problems and discussing course content while maintaining a professional attitude and helpful demeanor.
The CAS hosts writing, math, languages, international and academic skills tutoring.
CAS Tutoring and department-specific tutoring schedules.
Schedule an appointment for tutoring.
The CAS offers help for students looking to improve their foundational academic skills. Our academic skills peer tutors work collaboratively with other SU students to provide individual and group sessions to enhance their skills to become more successful and independent learners.
Academic skills peer tutors:
- Help students develop new skills or build on what they already know including time management, organization, college-level reading, note taking, test preparation, etc.
- Assist students in creating study groups and successfully navigating group work.
To schedule an appointment with an academic skills tutor, click here.
Academic Warning, Probation and Suspension
Academic skills peer tutors and/or subject-specific tutors are strongly recommended for students on academic probation and warning. Learn more about academic warning, probation and suspension on the Academic Probation and Suspension webpage.
Request a Withdrawal
As a student, you might be considering whether taking a leave of absence from the university is the right decision for you based on your individual circumstances at this time. The Center for Academic Success understands the various reasons why you might need to take some time away and has outlined steps below to help you make an informed decision — and how to reenroll in classes when you return. Visit the Withdrawal and Leave of Absence webpage for more information.