An Educational Skills & Resource Center
Connecting with Tutoring Services
The staff of Tutoring Services is looking forward to the return of our students for the Fall 2022 semester! We can be reached via phone, email, Accudemia and Zoom. In person services will restart and Zoom appointments available by request. All services will restart Monday, September 12, 2022 Please see information below. Thank you!
To make an appointment with a peer tutor: accudemia.monmouth.edu
To make an appointment with an Academic Coach: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 732-571-3542
Have additional questions or a tutor not listed? Email email@example.com
To provide a quality, individualized, comprehensive student support service that fosters self-direction needed for academic success and personal development for engagement beyond college.
The Goal Of Each Tutorial:
The goal of each tutorial is to assist students in developing strategies that will help strengthen their knowledge, develop transferable learning skills, and achieve academic success. Tutoring Services staff will work with each student individually to provide the best type of tutorial. Each student will then be scheduled for a tutorial with a peer tutor, Academic Coach, Professional Content Specialist, or Graduate Peer Mentor.
All Peer Tutors are students who have excellent academic standing and excel in the areas in which they tutor. The role of a tutor is to enable students to do their own work using the best learning approach possible. The ultimate goal is to assist students in discovering how he or she best learns and to help students develop the skills to achieve his or her best educational outcome.
To make an appointment with a peer tutor, go to accudemia.monmouth.edu.
Academic Coaches/Professional Content Specialists:
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a schedule with a coach or call 732-571-3542.
Academic Coaches are faculty members with strong teaching backgrounds and knowledge of study strategies and learning styles. They provide a comprehensive service for students who want to improve their academic and self-management skills, such as time management, organization and study skills. Tutoring Services at Monmouth University offers this support to help students achieve their academic goals along with self-advocacy and independent, life-long learning.
Professional Content Specialists are faculty members with strong teaching backgrounds and knowledge in content specific disciplines. They are committed to helping students by providing positive tutorial experiences in these content areas. The goal of each tutorial is to assist students in developing strategies that will help strengthen their knowledge, develop transferable learning skills, and achieve academic success.
Graduate Peer Mentors:
GPM’s are currently enrolled graduate students at Monmouth University that are pursing master’s degree within
o Department of Professional Counseling
o Clinical Mental Health Counseling
o Educational Counseling
o Masters in Social Work
Mentors are detail oriented, good listeners, think critically, compassionate, organized and have a genuine willingness to support their fellow students. They work 1:1 with students on a variety of executive functioning skills as well as skills associated with transition to college under the direct supervision and mentorship of the Director.
Workshops are offered in a variety of study skills areas including metacognition, learning styles, notetaking, organization and time management. Workshops vary by semester. Students are advised to check email and other forms of social media for updates on days/times/topics.