Share Tweet Share Email
Tag: tutors
Tutors
ACCESS, which provides students with opportunities to build academic skills and make academic adjustments, is geared up for the fall semester. New this year is the reopening of a walk-in tutoring center at Grant South. Meanwhile, in a partnership with Housing and Dining, the Grant South Lobby will be open for quiet study during the...
NIU College of Business students study together at Barsema Hall.
The 2012-13 academic year brings with it changes in Northern Illinois University’s ACCESS program. ACCESS provides walk-in tutoring services, one-on-one tutoring services, study groups and supplemental instruction for some specific courses and other support services for students who require academic assistance to be successful in their chosen courses and majors. Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 4, ACCESS...
DeKalb schoolchildren surround Project ROAR tutor Allyce Leafbland.
The elementary students ask their teachers weekly: “When are the ROAR tutors coming?” Project ROAR – Reaching Out Through Art and Reading has existed at NIU for 14 years. Its focus is to help students at the elementary level develop their vocabulary and love for reading. Over time, the project has become a way for bilingual...
A 2005 photo from NIU's Project ROAR at Littlejohn Elementary School
Are you interested in service learning at NIU? Are you looking for a meaningful elective course? Tutors are needed for the spring semester for Project ROAR — Reaching Out through Art and Reading — and Project SOAR — Science Outreach Activities with Reading. Students can become part of ROAR/SOAR and earn three credits by enrolling...