To Help You Meet the Challenge
College is challenging in the best of ways. To help you meet the challenge, St. Edward's University offers support from tutoring on class concepts to help with organization and managing your time.
Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction
Peer Tutoring for undergraduate students is one-on-one help from carefully selected and trained students who have taken and excelled in the course they tutor. Your first session is free! Offered Fall and Spring. Please check back closer to the beginning of the Fall semester for more information.
Supplemental Instruction (SI) provides free review sessions for some of the most challenging courses. SI sessions are led by student leaders who did well in the course and are recommended by faculty. The weekly sessions are interactive and focus on the main concepts of the class. Data shows that students who attend SI regularly earn better grades! Offered Fall and Spring. Please check back closer to the beginning of the Fall semester for the updated schedule.
For more information on Peer Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction please see our FAQs.
Study Skills Help
Sometimes you need help arranging your life, organizing your course information or planning your coursework in a useful way. Make an appointment with your success coach to get help with these study strategies:
- Time management
- Goal setting
- Reading a college textbook
- Note taking
- Motivation and procrastination
Connect with Your Faculty
As experts in your major, faculty are worth getting to know and are ideal guides and mentors during your time in college.
All faculty members have office hours, so if you have questions or concerns about a course you are taking, do not hesitate to stop by for a visit. Many faculty members are willing to meet by appointment as well.
After your first year, you will be assigned to a faculty advisor who will work with you until you graduate. Your faculty advisor can talk with you about careers in your field, internships, and graduate school, as well as help you order your classes to help you graduate on time.
How College Classes Differ from High School Classes
When it comes to college classes, it's all on you. Here, a senior student gives advice on how to best prepare so that you can succeed in your college classes.