Tutor.com is another tutoring service that Saint Leo University provides to students. Students can access tutor.com by logging into Courses, select Learning Tools, and select Tutoring services. If students run out of minutes, they need to email email@example.com.
Please note that the CAVE will be suspending printing services until further notice. Please visit the Cannon Memorial Library for printing needs. The CAVE’s computer lab will still be open for use.
- Promote a positive academic community
- Assist students in meeting their educational goals
- Assist students in understanding academic planning
- Encourage students to become independent learners
- Impact students success and retention rates
- Uphold the university's standards for academic excellence
- Build relationships between students, staff, and faculty
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Programs, Services, and Supports
Tutoring is a "student centered" activity, as such, tutors provide individual and/or group tutoring to students across a broad range of course. Tutors meet with students on a short or long term during the academic year. Learn more about Peer Tutoring here.
Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) Coaching
PAL Coaches encourage students (their mentees) growth in academic awareness and self-direction by introducing strategies and skills that prepare students for overcoming academic challenges. Learn more about PAL Coaching here.
Supplemental Instruction (SI)
Supplemental Instruction, or SI, is a program that provides students with content specific peer tutor led sessions to support academic learning, retention, and success within historically difficult courses. Learn more about Supplemental Instruction here.
Academic Services and Supports
Current services and supports include Classroom Presentations, Computers & Printers, Learning and Study Strategies Inventory (LASSI), Paper Review, and Placement Exams. Learn more about our Academic Services and Supports here.
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