Academic Enrichment & Support Center (AESC)
Walk in tutoring centers offering assistance for most 100 & 200 level courses in Math & Computer Science and Science. Drop in tutoring is also available in Writing, Modern World Languages, Physics, Business & Economics courses, Athletic Training & Biokinetics courses, and Christianity and Western Culture (CWC).
Bethel University College of Arts and Sciences is happy to be able to provide free peer tutoring to struggling students. Request a tutor by filling out a “Request for Help” form and stopping by the Academic Enrichment & Support Center located in HC 324 to sign-up for an appointment. For more information on requesting an individual tutor, click here.
The AESC faculty is happy to work with students who are trying to improve their approach to study skills, time management, and other academic issues. Meeting once means you will walk away with some solid suggestions. Making time to meet two or three times usually means that students successfully improve their behavior and grades. Request a appointment by filling out a “Request for Help” form and stopping by the Academic Enrichment & Support Center located in HC 324 to sign-up for an appointment. For more information on academic counseling, click here.
English is not your primary language and you would like more support in writing papers and oral presentation skills for course-related assignments, AESC
provides multilingual students with one-on-one appointments with trained
faculty and conversation lunch hour opportunities. Stop by HC324 and fill out a "Request for Help"
form and set up an appointment to meet with a TESL/Communication trained
faculty member. For more information, click here.
Review our collection of Study Skills handouts on topics including time management, note taking, test taking, writing, active learning, and many more.
Watch a variety of study skills workshops from AESC faculty covering some of the major skills which lead to academic success. Browse our list of On-line Study Skills Workshops.
Are you a successful student who is interested in getting paid for:
• helping a fellow student
• reinforcing course material
• enhancing your resume
If so, consider applying to be an AESC tutor. Fill out an AESC Tutoring Application and then stop by HC324.