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Academic Skill Development

Tutoring & Supplemental Instruction

Tutors are available for most classes and subjects and are a great tool for your success. If you feel that you are struggling with course content, or how to master studying for certain classes, it may be time to request a tutor! Tutors are available to help students understand course content and develop positive study habits and skills. Tutoring is a partnership, in which both the tutor and the student bring important information to the table. Learn More...

GUIDE: Academic Skills Program

GUIDE is an academic skills program that meets once a week for 6 weeks as a workshop for academic skill development in the following areas: time management, studying, note-taking, reading comprehension, goal setting, stress management, and test-taking. Learn More...

Time Management

Stay Organized. Maintain Motivation. Avoid Procrastination. Learn More...

Study Skills

There are many ways to work with the information and test your knowledge in each subject area. Learn More...

Note-Taking Tips

Taking notes in a college class? Here are some tips to improve efficiency and effectiveness. Learn More...

Reading Comprehension

Create a reading schedule. Know your energy level. Review previous information. Check out these tips and more. Learn More...

Language Learning Center

The Language Learning Center is a place to explore language and culture by accessing software and literature from around the world with the help of trained tutors. The Language Learning Center is available to all Wittenberg students, faculty and staff as a place to explore language and culture in a comfortable, relaxed setting. The center thrives from the input of a trained staff of tutors, CRLA certified at the advanced level, who offer their services to students and faculty alike. Our tutors are either upper-level language students (many returning from overseas) or else native speakers here on exchange programs or as degree students. The LLC welcomes students and faculty from other disciplines seeking cultural or linguistic resources. Learn More...

Math Workshop

We have tutors specializing in not only Mathematics, but also Physics, Chemistry, Education, Economics, Statistics, Computer Science, and Accounting. Just check the schedule and stop in - this resource is free for Wittenberg students! No appointment is necessary! We also have solutions manuals to check your work in various courses such as Pre-Calculus, Essentials of Calculus, Calc 1, Calc 2, Calc 3, as well as other courses if permitted by the instructor. Learn More...

Oral Communication Center

The mission of the Oral Communication Center is to help students learn how to ethically and effectively communicate their ideas in a manner appropriate to context and with consideration for diverse listeners. The goal is to empower students to participate effectively and meaningfully in academic, civic, professional, and social contexts throughout their lives by helping them develop oral communication skills that transcend the parameters of a particular assignment or project. Learn More...

Writing Center

The Wittenberg Writing Center plays a key role in enhancing and validating the importance of writing at Wittenberg. Knowledgeable, professional student writing advisors provide consultation for all Wittenberg students, staff, and faculty engaged in all types of writing at all levels of ability. The Writing Center offers an inviting, personal atmosphere where individuals can both develop successful writing skills and foster these skills in others. Learn More...

Research Assistance

Thomas Library is your one-stop shop for everything that will make you a successful college student. Learn More...

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