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Academic Support

Courses with Tutoring 2023-2024

HOW TO REQUEST A TUTOR

Do you need a private tutor for a specific class at AUD?  Peer tutoring is available to current undergraduate students at AUD in almost every subject.  The AUD Peer Tutor network is full of qualified students that excelled and have received A- or higher in the classes that they tutor.  They are able to help you for an hourly fee. Use the above form "Request a tutor"  to submit a request for a private tutor and we will get back to you . 

HOW TO BECOME A TUTOR

Do you have a GPA of 3.0 and would like to become a Peer Tutor at AUD? You may be eligible to become a tutor for courses (in which you've achieved a grade of A- or higher) at AUD. Peer Tutors get interviewed and approved by the Academic Support division and if approved, can get hired by students and paid for tutoring services. Those who are selected will be interviewed and added to the list of qualified tutors as part of the AUD Peer Tutor network. It is a great chance to connect with other students, make some income, and also add it to your CV!

Peer Tutor applications can be submitted to Academic Support Coordinator. Please read the Peer Tutor Pledge you will be expected to sign, as well as the Guidelines on how to be an effective tutor. 

 

Help centers

The Mathematics Division at the School of Arts and Sciences is proud to announce the opening of the “Mathematics Tutoring Center” for Spring 2024. The Center is located in Room E-116. The center is aimed at providing students with a variety of help tools, such as tutorial sessions, problem-solving sessions, and homework help.

The services provided by the center are completely FREE The center is open to everyone as a walk-in-service on a first come first served basis, on selected days and times according to the below schedule.

 

Days/Hours

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

11:00-12:00

Abdullah

 

Toufic

 

Abdullah

12:00-1:00

Abdullah

 

Toufic

 

 

1:00-2:00

Charbel

Charbel

 

2:00-3:00

Ahmed

Ahmed

 

3:00-4:00

Georges

Toufic

Georges

 

 

4:00-5:00

Georges

Toufic

Georges

 

 

The MTC will begin its operation Monday the 22nd of January.

If you have any question about the functioning of the center, do not hesitate to write to Dr. Hania at hmahassen@aud.edu

We look forward to helping you understand Mathematics better, and achieve your true potential.

Location: C Building 418 and TEAMS

Fall 2023: In-Person, TEAMS Video, and Asynchronous (drop-off) Services are Available!

In addition to your instructor, you can receive assistance on your writing assignments at the Writing Center. You can request three types of appointments by going to TEAMs at the link below: (1) On campus in-person at the Writing Center (2) a live chat/video conference on TEAMs, or (3) upload your draft to receive written comments which will be emailed to you. The Writing Center will be operational beginning in Week 2 of the semester and remain open until the last day of classes. If you choose to take advantage of this free service, please make sure to copy-paste a copy of your assignment into your uploaded draft so that tutors can better assist you. Click on the link below to check the schedule to see where and when tutors are available and to request an appointment.

Tutors will give priority to appointment requests for tutoring/draft feedback over walk-ins and in the order they are received.

(All students are automatically members of the Writing Center on TEAMS).

AUD Writing Center

AUD Public Speaking Tutoring Center 

Do you feel stuck, lost, anxious, or stressed while preparing for your next speech or presentation? Well, you are in the right place! In the Public Speaking Tutoring Center (PSTC), we provide you with the necessary resources and skills to overcome these challenges and present the best speech you can possibly give. Whether it is body language training, tone and voice level adjustments, or pre-speech preparation, we provide you with detailed guidance and feedback to help you improve your public speaking skills. And the best part is that the PSTC is completely free of charge, so just walk in and let your fears of public speaking fade away! You can find us in the AUD Library throughout the Fall semester.