Center for Student Progress

Spring Tutoring* is now available.

At the Center for Student Progress, located near Dunkin Donuts, we understand how college students learn. It's a powerful thing to figure that out and we love helping students with that process! Come here to unleash the power of learning in a judgment-free zone.

Services we offer:

  • Tutoring

    We have an amazing staff of highly qualified student tutors who are trained to help you develop the knowledge and skills you need to tackle the subject. Appointments are scheduled on a first-come, first served basis, so don't wait! Stop in the CSP or click on the Request a Tutor button!

    Request a Tutor


  • Academic Coaching

    Our coaches work one-on-one with students in developing learning strategies that work for the individual student. Everyone learns differently, and your academic coach knows how to help you understand the process of learning and how to go deeper with your learning. Coaches will also work on specific skills such as test taking, test anxiety, note taking, text reading, etc.

    Request an Academic Coach

    Links to College Success webpage

  • Adult Learner Services

    We offer extended hours (until 6:00 pm and later by appointment) with the adult learner in mind. We also have academic coaches on staff that were adult learners and therefore understand the unique struggles of juggling a job, kids, and school at the same time. If you'd like to request a coach, see the button to the right side of our web page and let us know you'd like to work with an experienced adult coach.

  • Disability Services

    Disability Services provides assistance for students with disabilities. (Faculty and Staff requiring services should call Human Resources at ext. 3122.) We strive to create an accessible community where people are judged on their ability, not their disability. We are also committed to fostering a positive attitude toward individuals with disabilities.


  • Supplemental Instruction

    Supplemental Instruction, abbreviated SI, is a series of informal study sessions led by an SI leader. There are three regularly scheduled one-hour sessions a week. The best part is they're free and they guarantee great study time. SI starts the first week of classes, so check out the schedule* to see if your classes support SI.

    Success Rates between Non-SI Participants and SI Participants*


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Maintained by Adam Nickells | Last Update - Tuesday June 4th, 2019