The MWSU Peer Mentors provide students with academic support by means of programing and providing up to date information regarding academic opportunities on campus.
The peer mentors hold office hours in the Large Conference Room in Scanlon Hall Sunday through Thursday from 8-11pm to provide students with academic assistance. They also reside in Scanlon Hall so they can be found outside of their office hours if you need assistance.
Below are some of the Peer Mentors favorite resources that you may find helpful!
The Center for Academic Support provides one-on-one and small group
tutoring for most courses on campus. Located on the northeast corner of
the library building, the Center consists of group study spaces and a
large open area for students to receive tutoring or work independently.
The CAS offers free tutoring in math, writing, and specific courses. In
addition to the services, students have access to Supplemental
Instruction (SI) and workshops sponsored by the Center. Flashcards and
handouts are also available.
The Kahn Academy has over 3,300 videos on everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and hundreds of skills to practice and their mission is to help you learn what you want, when you want, at your own pace. www.khanacademy.org
Most people are familiar with iTunes, but did you know that they have a whole section dedicated to university level education? Within iTunes U you will find lectures on a plethora of different subjects. www.apple.com/education/itunes-u/
YouTube is a great way to have a laugh or watch music videos and many other things. However, in terms of your schoolwork you may be missing out. They have many great channels dedicated to mathematics, science, and many other topics. www.youtube.com