Individual tutoring program
ATSU provides tutorial services for on-campus program students who wish to improve their academic achievement. The tutoring program provides students with the opportunity to be assigned an individual peer tutor at no additonal cost.
Students often find partners and form study groups on their own. In addition to these self-formed study groups/partners, Learning & Disability Resources coordinates a formal tutoring program. With the assistance and recommendations from faculty members, peer tutors are identified and made available to students who request tutoring services.
Will-call and drop-in tutoring
ATSU also offers will-call tutoring or drop-in tutoring. Will-call tutoring (Missouri campus) allows a student to "call at will" for tutoring services during the first two semesters. Tutors are available during set hours (evening and weekend) and meet in the same location, permitting learners to attend without scheduling an appointment. Services are on a first-come-first-serve basis. Drop-in tutoring (Arizona campus) allows students to drop in at a predetermined time and place for peer tutoring each week without an appointment.
Students may contact Learning & Disability Resources on their campus for more information or to register for tutoring services by telephone, email, or by mail at the following addresses:
Jennifer McNeely, Director - Learning & Disability Resources
A.T. Still University of Health Sciences
800 West Jefferson Street
Kirksville, MO 63501
Crystal Hendron, Learning Advisor
A.T. Still University
5850 East Still Circle
Mesa, AZ 85206