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The Math Tutoring Center is available as your schedule allows from Monday-Tuesday 11am-6pm, Wednesday-Thursday 2-6 p.m. and Friday 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Come on in!

A more detailed schedule of which tutor is on duty and their area of expertise is below. If you know you are planning to attend, please send the tutor a quick email to let them know to expect you (although this is not required). This helps everyone be prepared. Also, check back as this schedule may change. 

MONDAY                
11 am-12 pm Rishabh Patel
 rpatel6@radar.gsw.edu      
    Algebra, Calc 1 & 2, Elementary Stats      
12-4 pm DJ Jani  djani@radar.gsw.edu      
    Algebra, Precalc, Calc 1-3, Elementary Stats, Discrete Systems 1
2-6 pm Emily Bunce ebunce@radar.gsw.edu       
    Pre-Calculus; Calculus I-III; Discrete Systems I
4-6 pm Chelsea Lynn  clynn2@radar.gsw.edu      
    Math Modeling
4-6 pm Junior Robinson  hrobins3@radar.gsw.edu      
    Algebra, Pre-Calculus
4-6 pm Shahanwaz Khan  skhan@radar.gsw.edu      
    Discrete Systems; Statistics; Calculus I-III; Pre-Calculus; College Algebra
TUESDAY    
11 am-4 pm Junior Robinson
    Algebra, Pre-Calculus
2-4 pm Rishabh Patel
    Algebra, Calc 1 & 2, Elementary Stats
2-6 pm Shahnawaz Khan
    Discrete Systems; Statistics; Calculus I-III; Pre-Calculus; College Algebra
4-6 pm Alex Arnold  aarnol10@radar.gsw.edu      
    Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Elementary Stats
4-6 pm DJ Jani
    Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calc 1-3, Elementary Stats, Discrete Systems 1
WEDNESDAY    
2-6 pm Emily Bunce 
     
    Pre-Calculus; Calculus I-III; Discrete Systems I
4-6 pm Junior Robinson
     
    College Algebra; Pre-Calculus    
4-6 pm Chelsea Lynn 
     
       Math Modeling
 
4-6 pm Shahnawaz Khan
     
    Discrete Systems; Statistics; Calculus I-III; Pre-Calculus; College Algebra     
THURSDAY          
 2-4 PM Rishabh Patel  
    Algebra, Calc 1 & 2, Elementary Stats  
2-6 pm Shahnawaz Khan        
    Statistics, Calculus I-III; Pre-Calculus; College Algebra; Math Modeling
3-6 pm DJ Jani          
    Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calc 1-3, Elementary Stats, Discrete Systems 1    
4-6 pm Junior Robinson
       
    Algebra, Pre-Calculus
FRIDAY    
11 am-1 pm Rishabh Patel          
    Algebra, Calc 1 & 2, Elementary Stats  
12-1 pm DJ Jani
     
    Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calc 1-3, Elementary Stats, Discrete Systems 1 
11am-1 pm Junior Robinson         
    Algebra, Pre-Calculus
 

Shortcut to the Bi-Weekly Payroll Schedule.

The Academic Resource Center is a great place to work, learn and EARN while you attend college. ARC hires over 40 students every semester in various roles. Come join our team!

Tutors and Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leaders: Teach a course or subject that you know well for 1-2 hours a week. Improve your skills and qualifications through CRLA Certification.

Requirements:

  •          At least a second semester freshman
  •          Have made at least a" B" in the subject you wish to tutor
  •          Two (2) academic references
  •          Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7 
  •          One or more of the above requirements may be waived due to an urgent need for a tutor in a particular subject.

You can enjoy:

  •          Flexible schedule: you can work around classes or other obligations
  •          Higher level of thinking: improve your own content knowledge
  •          CRLA Certification:  Opportunity to complete training for certification with an international tutoring program
  •          Higher pay: With training, you may receive higher than minimum wage
  •          Work experience: Something to put on your resume and a reference for future employment or graduate school applications.

Lab Assistants: Provide direct customer service to other students visiting ARC for advising, tutoring, computer lab use, or other services

Requirements:

  •   Comfortable assisting other students
  •   Positive attitude and self-motivated
  •   Able to work successfully with limited supervision
  •  

    Perks:

    As long as you are giving priority to your work responsibilities, you may use your time for studying if the lab is quiet. Study AND get paid…what a deal!

    Storm Spotters: Lead new freshmen to success through UNIV1000 classes. Help organize and teach class with instructors.

    Requirements:

  • Sophomores and Juniors preferred, but other qualified applicants will be considered.
  • Overall GPA of at least 3.0
  • Recommendation from Faculty or Staff Member
  • Successful completion of UNIV1000
  • Knowledge of major and university in general
  • Available for at least two Storm Days (dates TBD) during summer
  • Available for Spotter Training the week prior to school starting in fall semester
  • Available the Monday, Tuesday, and Friday the week that school starts
  • Available MW 11:00-11:50 am (Convocation Hour) during the fall semester
  •  

    When to apply:

    Tutors, SI Leaders, and Lab Assistants are recruited and selected during each semester for work in the following semester.

    Storm Spotters are recruited and selected at the end of spring semester for leading Storm Days in summer and teaching in the fall semester.

    Check Canes Connect for posted applications. Priority is given to successful returning students.

    Supplemental Instruction (SI) offers regularly scheduled review sessions for specific courses in which students are given an opportunity to review notes, discuss readings, and prepare for exams.

    SI Leaders are students who have taken and passed a targeted class with an "A" or "B".  They have usually taken the class with the same professor or are recommended by the professor to facilitate SI sessions for the course. They know the course content and offer guidance through it.

    Each SI Leader will set up convenient weekly sessions. A student may attend as many sessions as desired. Each one will be different because there will be new material to discuss. SI review sessions are informal.

    This listing is a "work in progress" with classes added to the schedule within the first several weeks of the semester. If you don't see a class listed that you need, please talk to your instructor to request an SI session. And, check back frequently to get updates.

     

    Supplemental Instruction Schedule for FALL 2016

    Subject

     

    Instructor

    SI Leader

    Time

    Place

    Biol 1107

    Essentials of Biology 1

    Harvey

    Melinda Sanderson

    Tues 6-7 pm (ACE 119) & Wed 6-7 pm (ACE 107)

     

    Biol 1107

    Essentials of Biology 1

    Tu

    Amber Gross

    Wed 6-7 pm

    SCI 124

    Biol 1108

    Essentials of Biology 2

    Brown

    Melinda Sanderson

    Wed 4-5 pm &

    Thurs 5-6 pm

    ACE 107

    Biol 2030

    Human Anatomy-Physiology 1

    Lorenz

    Melinda Sanderson

    Tues 9-10 am

    Thurs 3-4 pm

    ACE 107

    Biol 2040

    Human Anatomy-Physiology 2

    Jacobs

    Melinda Sanderson

    Tues 5-6 pm

    Wed 7-8 pm

    ACE 107

    Biol 2107

    Principles of Biology 1

    Wright

    Melinda Sanderson

    Wed 5-6 pm

    ACE 107

    Chem 1020

    Everyday Chemistry

    Iordanova

    Iandya Trotman

    Tues 5-6 pm (ACE 119) &

    Wed 11:45 am-12:45 pm (Nursing Library)

     

    Chem 1151

    Survey of Chemistry 1

    Gurnack

    Iandya Trotman

    Wed. 5-6 pm

    Thurs 3-4 pm

    ACE 119

    Chem 1211

    Principles of Chemistry 1

    Iordanov

    Alex Arnold

    Mon & Thurs 7-8pm

    Ron 304

    Chem 1212

    Principles of Chemistry 2

    Iordanova

    Alex Arnold

    Tues 7-8 pm

    Thurs 6-7 pm

    Ron 304

    CSCI 1301

    Intro to Programming 1

    Cook

    Pagie Thomas

    Mon & Wed 5-6 pm (Tues before an exam)

    CWH 101

    Econ 2105

    Principles of Macroeconomics

    Szmedra

    Josh Cherian

    Tues & Thurs 4-5 pm

    ACE 107

    Geol 1121

    Earth Mat, Processes, & Env

    Carter

    Shayna Turner

    Mon 11-12

    RON 213

    Geol 1121

    Earth Mat, Processes, & Env

    Weiland

    Shayna Turner

    Thurs 12:30-1:30

    RON 213

    Geol 1121

    Earth Mat, Processes, & Env

    Peavy

    Nolan Edge

    Wed 12:30-1:30 pm

    RON 213

    Hist 1111

    World Civilization 1

    Martin

    Nathan Long

     

     

    Hist 1112

    World Civilization 1

    Baringer

    Joy Franklin

    Tues 5-6 pm

    BHP 303

    Hist 1112

    World Civilization 1

    Baringer

    Ellis Wynn

    Wed 12:45-1:45 pm

    BHP 306

    Hist 2111

    US History 1

    Kutzler

    Sara Spurlock

    Tues 5-6 pm (ACE 121)

    Thurs 2-3 pm (ACE 119)

     

    Hist 2112

    US History 2

    Bragg

    Samantha Turner

    Fri 10-11 am & 1-2 pm

    BUS 305

    Hist 2112

    US History 2

    Bragg

    Nathan Long

     

     

    Phys 1111

    Intro to Physics 1

    Kostov

    Shayna Turner

    Tues 12:30-1:30 pm

    RON 205

    Phys 2211

    Principles of Physics 1

    Kostov

    Josh Cherian

    Wed 4-5 pm

    RON 205

    Pols 1101

    American Government

    Berggren

    Mercedes Benites

     

     

    Pols 1101

    American Government

    Berggren

    Orry Cordova

     

     

    Pols 1101

    American Government

    Smith

    Joy Franklin

    Mon 5-6 pm &

    Wed 4-5 pm

    BHP 305

    Psyc 1101

    Intro to Psychology

    Grissett, Fisk

    Jamie Gesslein

    Wed 3:30-4:30 pm

    HHS2 236

    Psyc 1101

    Intro to Psychology

    Baykina, Huffman, Worthy

    Jamie Gesslein

     

     

    Soci 1101

    Intro to Sociology

    Comeau

    Chelsea Lynn

    Wed 5-6 pm

    Thurs 6-7 pm

    ACE 119

    Soci 1101

    Intro to Sociology

    MacLennan

    Joy Franklin

    Mon 4-5 pm

    Thurs 4-5 pm

     

    Linda B. Randall
    Director of Academic Resource Center/ First Year Advocate
    229-931-7010
    linda.randall@gsw.edu

     m.dalva

    Michelle Dalva
    Academic Resource Coordinator
    229-931-2842
    michelle.dalva@gsw.edu












    The Academic Resource Center offers services which will assist students in becoming confident, independent learners. Some resources available to students include:

    Academic Computer Lab

    Computer LabThe Academic Resource Center Computer Lab provides state of the art computers equipped with the latest version of Windows and Microsoft Office for academic use.  Two Laserjet printers afford high quality printing; and the student friendly staff puts forth every effort to ensure an environment that is conducive for learning. 

    Classrooms/Tutoring Rooms

    A classroom equipped with computer, smart board and overhead projector. 

    Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction

    Peer tutoring and Supplemental Instruction are programs which seek to improve the quality of academic life for students. For more information on getting help with your studies, follow this link to tutoring services.

    Study Cubicles

    Eight study cubicles provide ideal space for independent study or one-on-one tutoring.  Students may connect laptops or other devices to the internet with wireless connection.

    Math Tutoring Center

    Math TutoringA Math Tutoring Center provides students an opportunity to receive walk-in tutoring for many math courses up to Calculus II.  The Math Tutoring Center is located in Room 120 of the Academic Resource Center. The hours for the Math Center are:

        Mon-Tues: 11:00 am-6:00 pm

        Wed-Thurs: 2:00-6:00 pm

        Friday:  11:00 am-1:00 pm

    Room Reservations

    The Academic Center for Excellence has rooms available to be reserved by faculty, staff, organizations, Supplemental Instruction Leaders, Tutors, and Study Group leaders. Rooms are available 24/7 and are accessible after regular business hours through the help of Campus Security. To reserve a room, a Room Reservation Form must be completed and turned into the Academic Resource Center at least three days before the date of event.   The contact person listed on the form will be notified through email of approval and a copy of the approved request will be attached to the email. The form may be obtained and completed at the Academic Resource Center, or here

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