The Academic Support and Access Center has several resources available to international and multilingual students, including individual instruction, group study skills workshops, one-on-one tutoring, and writing support.
The Academic Support and Access Center has a counselor who works specifically with international students to help them gain the necessary skills for success at AU. Students can meet with this counselor for individual instruction in academic skill areas and to ease the transition to academic culture in the United States. Topics may include time management, textbook reading, note taking, classroom presentations, and preparation for exams, as well as adapting to higher education in the U.S., both in and out of the classroom. Appointments can be made in person in Mary Graydon Center 243 or by calling 202-885-3360.
A variety of workshops are offered each semester by Academic Support and Access Center staff, including writing workshops for international students. A workshop schedule is available online and in the ASAC office.
The ASAC has different tutoring options for all AU students. To find out more about what options are available visit the Tutoring Services page.
The Academic Support and Access Center's Writing Lab offers appointments weekly with writing counselors who are specially trained to work with non-native English-speaking students. Students can sign up online for one or two sessions per week in Mary Graydon Center 243.