|Academic Success Center Math|
The Academic Success Center is available to all students for tutoring. It houses the Writing Center, the Math Center, and Tutorial Services. Peer tutors are available to provide assistance with writing assignments, math problems, or to help students with any other discipline.
Free tutoring services are available to all Limestone College students at the Academic Success Center. These tutors are able to work with students on development of papers and review of course content, which includes English, Math, History, Science, etc.
Tutors also help students:
Beginning in Fall 2010, students in certain courses may use the Limestone College Online Math Tutoring Center (MOLE).
MOLE MISSION STATEMENT
The purpose of the Limestone College Online MATH Tutoring Center (MOLE) is to provide tutorial services to students enrolled in select mathematics courses offered by the College, in particular, to Extended Campus students.
The online tutor's responsibility is to:
A tutor may use the following techniques to help you solve a problem:
Tutors as a Faculty Resource
Academic Success Center tutors are students helping other students become active, life-long learners. As well as individual tutoring, the tutors also lead study groups, do presentations, and share with the faculty their insights on individual students' learning needs. They can provide feedback to the faculty on assignments, curriculum, and tests.
A tutor may spend as many as 30 hours of direct contact with an individual student per semester. This puts the tutors in a unique position to offer information to faculty. Professors are encouraged to use the tutors as a valuable resource.
The Academic Success Center is located in the Dixie Lodge on the second floor, in Room 103, across from the post office.
The Coordinator for the Academic Success Center makes all student appointments. She can be reached at extension 4411. Students may also drop in to sign up to meet with a tutor. Appointments can be made Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
All students must complete the Needs Assessment Form to receive special accomodations.
Steps To Success
The College is dedicated to helping students and their families make attendance at Limestone a reality, regardless of their financial situation. Limestone participates in all applicable federal and state financial aid programs including Pell Grants, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants, Work Study, and all federal loan programs (Perkins, Stafford, Subsidized, Unsubsidized, and Parent Loans). South Carolina residents are eligible for South Carolina Tuition Grants, Palmetto Fellows, LIFE, and HOPE Scholarships, while special grants are available for those who reside outside South Carolina.
Limestone College awards many institutional scholarships based on the following criteria: academic merit, need, leadership, Cherokee County residency, and performance in music, art, theatre, and athletics. The College also offers an institutional work-study program, providing employment on campus.