SUCCESSFUL STUDENT SERIES
especially for new undergrads!
WEDNESDAYS, 4 - 5 pm
Bender Library, Room 115
NEXT SESSION: DECEMBER 2
How to Get Ready for Final Exams
Come to learn important tips for making a study plan and organizing your study materials to help boost your confidence when preparing for exams!
These one-hour discussions about academic skills are designed to help build confidence in your abilities as a college student.
No registration is required.
Who to call in the ASAC
Schedule an appointment
with an ASAC counselor
Information about registering
to request disability-related
Information about peer tutoring
Request a workshop
Questions about note takers
Information about interpreting
Help with assistive technology
MATH PLACEMENT TEST
for NEW STUDENTS
All new undergraduate students are required to take an online math placement test. You will not be able to register for classes until you take the test. For information about requesting disability accommodations for this test, see Requesting Accommodations on the Math Placement Test.
ACADEMIC SKILLS WORKSHOPS
Take your academic performance to the next level!
Planning Ahead for Final Exams
Wednesday, November 18
5:30 - 6:30 pm
Mary Graydon 245
It's Crunch Time: Finals Prep
Wednesday, December 2
5:30 - 6:30 pm
Mary Graydon 245
MAKING YOUR ON-CAMPUS
Are you sponsoring an event on campus? You can find information here about accessibility requirements, tips for planning your event, and guidance for responding to accessibility requests.
TITLE IX, Information for Pregnant and Parenting Students
American University is committed to creating an accessible and inclusive environment for pregnant and parenting students.
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits
discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities including
academic, educational, extracurricular, athletic, and other programs or
activities of schools. This prohibition includes discrimination against pregnant
and parenting students.
Courtesy Testing Center
The Courtesy Testing Center (CTC) was developed in partnership with the Academic Support and Access Center, the Dean of Students Office and the CARE team. The CTC provides a service which allows for students who have missed a quiz or test for a university sanctioned reason, to make up missed work in a proctored and controlled environment.
- Test Accommodations Request Form
- Learning Services Program
- ASAC Workshop Schedule
- Current SI Schedule
- Submit an Interpreter or CART Request
- Register for Accommodations for the First Time
- Returning Students Accommodations Letters Request Form
- Apply to Tutor
- Schedule an appointment in the Tutoring & Writing Lab
- Disability-related Housing Accommodations Requests
ASAC TUTORING AND WRITING LAB
The Tutoring and Writing Lab schedules are available for reserving appointments.
NEW for Fall 2015:
Tutoring appointments are available both in the ASAC (MGC 243) and in the Library, room 211, Monday-Thursday, 5-10pm, and Saturday, 2-6pm; and in Library Collaboration Room D on Sundays from 2-6 pm.
Appointments for writing assistance are available in the ASAC (MGC 243) and are also available on Sundays, from 2-6pm, in the Library in Collaboration Room D.
MEET ONE-ON-ONE WITH
AN ASAC COUNSELOR
Looking for a new way to fit everything in or a strategy to manage a heavy reading load? Counselors work individually on time management, effective reading skills, note taking, study skills, speaking in public, and more. To schedule an appointment, call 202-885-3360.
How to study smart -
Tips from AU Students
"I'm definitely a list person, so
I like to write down little lists on
Post-It notes and stick them on
Mike Wittman, a junior in CAS, has found success in learning to manage his time.