The Academic Tutoring and Training Information Center (ATTIC), located on the third floor of Scott Hall, offers a variety of options for academic support and enrichment. During the Spring 2015 semester, we are offering Supplemental Instruction (SI) for 36 different classes and specific review and drop-in tutoring in biology, chemistry, economics, math, and physics. The SI Program targets historically difficult courses and is based on an international program that originated at the University of Missouri, Kansas City.

The ATTIC offers Drop-In Labs to support most 100 and 200 level courses within the departments supported by SI. Drop-In sessions, generally offered six days a week, do not require an appointment. SI and Drop-In schedules are found on the ATTIC website,

In addition, the ATTIC offers free, individual peer tutoring for many 100 and 200 level courses across the curriculum, as well as individual academic coaching with our professional staff. Academic coaching is designed to help students develop all academic skills, including time-management, test-taking strategies, meta-cognitive skills, and others. Your student can make an appointment by contacting the ATTIC at

The ATTIC is always recruiting strong learners to work as Peer Tutors. If you think your student might be interested in working as a Peer Tutor, please ask him or her to contact the ATTIC to find out about upcoming training sessions and workshops.

Christopher Selena
Director of the ATTIC