Academic Support & Access Center


  • Academic Support & Access Center
    Fax: 202-885-1042
    Mary Graydon Center, Room 243

    Monday-Thursday 9:00a.m. - 7:00p.m. Friday 9:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.

Mailing Address

Tutoring Options 



Starting Fall 2014, the Academic Support and Access Center will provide in-house free tutoring, by appointment, for selected 100 and 200 level classes:

  • Economics (100, 200, 300, 301)
  • Accounting (240, 241)
  • Statistics (202)
  • Mathematics (150, 151, 170, 211, 221)
  • Chemistry (100, 110, 310)
  • Biology (100, 110)
  • Writing (check the Writing Lab page)

To learn how to use the Scheduler and about our policies, please click here Guidelines and Policies

Students can make 2 appointments per week per area. If you feel you need more tutoring please contact us at

To view the schedule and make an appointment, go to NOTE!!!! Make sure you select the right schedule (Tutoring Lab Fall 2014) from the drop-down menu below the password field.

We are still recruiting tutors in some areas, so please check the schedule often for updates.


If you need tutoring for a course not included in the list above, please fill out the tutor request form. There is a modest fee for tutoring payable directly to the tutor at the session.


If you're a student in one of the following programs please contact the following staff for assistance with getting a tutor:
  • If you're a STEP student please contact Isaac Agbeshie-noye or Tiffany Speaks in the Center for Diversity and Inclusion.
  • If you're a student athlete please contact Maureen Breslin in the Academic Support and Access Center.
  • If you're a student in the Learning Services Program please contact Nancy Syndor-Greenberg in the Academic Support and Access Center.
  • If you are a student in the Frederick Douglas Distinguished Scholars, contact Nicole Coulanges at 202-885-6213,.


If you need tutoring and none of the above options work for you, please contact Tutoring Services in the Academic Support and Access Center at

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