The Student Success Center provides a variety of academic support services for all student groups including Study Skills Workshops, Staff Learning Specialists, Instructional Assistants (IA), Peer Tutors, and Early Warning Notifications. These services are free of charge to all students.
Study Skills Workshops
Students can take advantage of a series of study skills workshops conducted each semester. Click on the link below to see the workshops offered Fall 2014.
Study Skills for Successful Students - Fall 2014 Workshops
Staff Learning Specialists
Students may arrange for individual appointments with one of our Learning Specialists. Appointments can be made by contacting the learning specialists directly or by contacting the main office number at 630-829-6340630-829-6340. Students who need remote assistance should contact the learning specialists directly.
In cooperation with the academic departments, the Student Success Center offers Instructional Assistant (IA) sessions for a variety of courses that are held each semester. These sessions take place in the Lower Level of Krasa Center and help students clarify difficult concepts and prepare for quizzes and exams. They are led by instructional assistants who have successfully completed the course and have been identified by faculty members as individuals who possess both content knowledge and the ability to communicate that knowledge to fellow students. Subject areas that are typically supported by IA sessions include accounting, biology, chemistry, economics, physics, psychology and the humanities. The availability of and times of IA sessions vary by semester. You can find the most up-to-date schedule (as of October 14, 2014) posted in the Lower Level of Krasa.
Study Zone Peer Tutors
most up-to-date schedule (as of October 14, 2014) posted in the Lower Level of Krasa. You can also contact the Student Success Center at 630-829-6340630-829-6340 with any questions.
(as of October 14, 2014)
Early Warning Notice System
The Early Warning Notice (EWN) system allows students to receive formal notice of attendance or performance issues that may impact their grade in a particular course. Notice is sent to the student's University e-mail account and the student's adviser. The Student Success Center runs regular EWN reports for athletic teams and campus residents and provides tutoring information to students who receive EWNs in classes supported by tutoring services.