In addition to onsite appointments, the TWL is now offering ONLINE appointments for writing assistance Monday - Thursday from 8pm to 10pm, Saturday from 12Noon to 4pm, and Sunday from 12Noon to 5pm. To schedule an appointment, go to the Writing (Online, Evenings & Weekends) schedule.
Tutoring and Writing Lab appointments are available in the ASAC, MGC 243, as well as in the Library, Collaboration Room D, on the first floor, just past the Research Area.
There are four schedules to look at when scheduling an appointment:
Having difficulty managing your time, keeping up with course readings, taking notes, studying for tests, or communicating with faculty?
The ASAC offers ACADEMIC SUPPORT DROP-IN HOURS from 2 to 4 pm Monday through Thursday.
Stop by MGC 243 to get some quick tips and advice from an ASAC counselor. Drop-in appointments generally last about 30 minutes. You can always schedule a follow-up appointment to come back and work more in depth with an ASAC counselor to enhance your academic skills and learn more academic success strategies.
TITLE IX, Information for Pregnant and Parenting Students
American University is committed to creating an accessible and inclusive
environment for pregnant and parenting students.
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits
discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities including
academic, educational, extracurricular, athletic, and other programs or
activities of schools. This prohibition includes discrimination against pregnant
and parenting students.
All new undergraduate students are required to take an online math placement test. You will not be able to register for classes until you take the test. For information about requesting disability accommodations for this test, see Requesting Accommodations on the Math Placement Test.
This workshop will help you read more efficiently and effectively to achieve course goals. We will share active reading strategies, tips for creating context around your readings, and how to take useful reading notes. Methods for effectively engaging with PDFs and electronic texts will also be briefly discussed.