- Will I need academic support?
- Who gets academic support?
- Is support available for particular courses?
- Are there services to help with adjustment to college academics?
- Is there a limit to the services I can use?
You may not know if you need academic support until you get here. Many Emory courses are challenging and professors have different expectations for what students should complete on their own. If you think you need academic support, it is best to try resources early.
Over 30% of Emory College undergraduates receive academic support. There are a variety of programs that allow students to pick what will help them the most.
EPASS Peer tutoring and Peer Led Mentoring Group sessions are conected to particular courses. Student leaders work with students to review course content, teach new study strategies and help you reach your learning goals.
Learning specialists are available to help studens identify their learning needs, teach new study strategies appropriate for college use and set realistic goals.
Each program has a set of rules for use, however, students can use multiple programs each semester or year. All programs are free to undergraduate students.
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