Our programs are for all undergraduates at the University of Washington. Our goal is to complement the relationships that students have with professors, instructors and advisers. Here are some ways that you can get involved with Academic Support Programs.
Led by CLUE tutors, these are lecture-style review sessions for on-sequence introductory courses in our core STEM subjects. Students can check our events calendar for information about upcoming sessions.
Nominated by instructors teaching large (100+ enrollment) courses, discussion session leaders facilitate weekly active learning sessions to help students succeed.
Interested in having an ASP staff person (CLUE tutor, Academic Success Coach or ASP Professional Staff) speak about our programs to your students? Interested in having a workshop for your course or for a specific student population?
Here is a paragraph about our services that you can include in your course Canvas page, syllabus, or class listserv. Thank you for sharing the word about our services with students!
Academic Support Programs (ASP) creates transformative educational experiences to help students thrive academically at the University of Washington. ASP offers free peer to peer academic support through our CLUE Tutoring and Academic Success Coaching programs.
The Center for Learning and Undergraduate Enrichment (CLUE) is the largest free tutoring program at the UW. We provide tutoring for Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science & Engineering, Economics, Math, Physics, Statistics, and Writing. CLUE tutoring is more than a resource you can access when you’re struggling in a class. It’s a welcoming, inclusive space to connect, ask questions about various subjects, prepare for exams, and have support on homework. All tutors are students at UW who have taken similar courses. CLUE provides drop-in tutoring, scheduled appointments, discussion sessions, and exam reviews. (For more information visit our website: http://www.academicsupport.washington.edu/clue/ or email email@example.com)
Academic Success Coaching is an interactive process where coaches are here to support you in building skills. Academic Success Coaches are available to discuss strategies including time management, goal setting, motivation, study strategies, navigating campus resources, and more! Whether you know exactly what you want to talk with a coach about or are not sure, Academic Success Coaches can meet with you to create a personalized plan that works best for you. (For more information visit our website: http://www.academicsupport.washington.edu/academic-success-coach/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org)
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