Academic Success Center, Lambertus Room 2235

The Academic Success Center was launched in 1982 as an open and collaborative space for ALL students. The goal is to encourage academic excellence and provide support services to all students to achieve their academic and professional goals. The center is furnished with new desks, tables, whiteboards, and computers thanks to the support of our industrial partners. Tutoring is available in-person and online and is free to all students. 

Student Resources

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Reasons we encourage you to check out our FREE academic support services:
  • We are located in Lambertus Hall, Room 2235
    • (Maximum Room Capacity: 36)
  • Undergraduate and graduate engineering students are available to help when needed
  • We have class resource binders containing practice exams and homework from previous years to serve as study guides
  • We are launching a digital library offering access to textbooks, homework tips and study guides made directly by our tutors
  • While our core focus is on engineering coursework − other classes are available upon request, e-mail us!
  • Students come to the academic success center to network with other students, study, and work in groups
Employment Opportunities with the Academic Success Center
  • Classification: Upperclassmen and graduate students only
  • Apply for a tutoring position and help students with their engineering coursework
  • Help create practice exams and practice problems, and study guides to use during tutoring and review sessions
  • Solidify your knowledge while you teach
  • Gain teaching and leadership experience
Contact Us

For more information on this support service or employment opportunities, send an e-mail to or call us at (765) 494-3974.

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