Free drop-in tutoring is offered for more than 100 undergraduate courses. Tutoring sessions are facilitated by trained peer-tutors. Get help with your challenging classes (if available). Private tutors may also be available.
Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL)
Free peer-assisted learning (PAL) sessions are offered twice a week for historically difficult undergraduate courses. PAL sessions are 80-minute small group learning sessions that are linked to a specific section of a course. More than 350 hours of PAL sessions are offered each week. Find out how to participate in a PAL session.
Request for Course Assistance
If you’re experiencing difficulty with a course that is not supported by peer-assisted learning (PAL) sessions or drop-in tutoring, complete a course assistance request form. An ASC staff member will contact you to learn more about your needs.
ASC tutors create and post online videos for selected course concepts that students frequently ask about in tutoring sessions. Get help with a challenging concept.
The Academic Success Center is pleased to offer MATHLab as a designated space for students in certain Math courses to study together and collaborate on the mastery of course content. MATHLab provides an ASC trained Peer Leader to facilitate and encourage active learning while allowing students to work at their own pace with the help of resources and other students ready to learn. Students are encouraged to utilize this area to work through homework and practice problems and further develop skills needed for math success.
If you are enrolled in MATH 1020/2070 or 1040/1050/1060/1070/1080 come check out Clemson MATHLab Mondays through Thursdays from 12:30 to 4:00 p.m. in ASC 302.