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Indiana University Bloomington

Undergraduate Program

Academic Resources

For students interested in academic resources that include targeted assistance with classroom assignments, study strategies, language development, and speech and writing help. Kelley students can access these free services at any time during the semester, and are encouraged to do so frequently.

Writing, speech, and language services

Math, econ, and BUS-targeted assistance

  • K201 Help Links
  • Math Resources
    • Math Departmental Help Sessions
      The departmental help sessions are from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday with a separate location for each of three subject areas (finite, brief calculus, and calculus). They are typically staffed by three to five math grad and undergrad students. Calculus (Math-M211, M212, M213, S212) is in Ballantine Hall, room 314; brief calculus (Math-M119 and M120) is in Kirkwood Hall, room 203; and finite (Math-M118 and D116/117, but not A118) is in Classroom Building, room 100.
    • Math Department-Math Learning Center
      The Math Learning Center is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. We tutor students in a variety of classes, but primarily algebra and precalculus. The complete list is M014, M018, J111, J112, J113, M025, M026, M027, T101, T102, T103, D116, and D117.
    • Math Department- Private Tutor List
      Callout: There are usually about 25 graduate students on the private math tutor list, many with quite a bit of experience. Please feel free to contact your professor for specific recommendations. Depending on the course, there may be tutors who have taught that class in the past.
    • Academic Support Centers
      The ASCs are open from 7 to 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday in three dorm locations and help with essentially all math classes up to and including the 200-level. Typically there are four math tutors, both grad and undergrad students from a variety of disciplines, helping up to 20 students. When demand exceeds this number, students may be turned away or required to sign up in advance. In general, for math (not writing), this is a drop-in tutoring service. No appointments are needed or taken. Leslie Robinson, ljrobins@indiana.edu, manages the ASCs.
    • Student Academic Center
      The Student Academic Center teaches a variety of workshops, holds evening tutoring sessions for M025 and M027, and teaches supplemental classes for finite and other subjects. Sharon Chertkoff, schertko@indiana.edu, coordinates all of the math activities.
  • Education X152: Learning Strategies for Accounting
    • 8 week class, 1 credit, graded, open to all students
    • Student must be co-enrolled in any section of Business Aaccounting A100 taught by Professor Winston
    • Note: If student withdraws from Accounting 100 they must also withdraw from Educ X152
    • Course Description
      This course has been designed with the purpose of providing students with the necessary skills and abilities to successfully and effectively learn business concepts introduced in BUS-A100. Assignments are tailored to parallel those in A100 and are designed to (1) create a foundation for future business courses by providing you with sound and effective study skills, (2) facilitate studying for the exams, and (3) provide accountability and feedback on each student’s learning.
  • Economics Resources
    • ECON-E 201 and ECON-E 202 Help
      • Collaborative Learning and Supplemental Instruction Sections- information available in class syllabus. Sessions are conducted outside normal class hours (approximately one hour per week)
      • Instructor office hours- students should consult syllabus
      • The Economics Department recommends spending a minimum of 10 hours of studying per week, per course, as well as attending all lectures 

Academic support centers, classes, and workshops