Clark Academic Center
Hub for Academic Excellence
The Clark Academic Center is in the Library, next door to the Student Life Center.
The Clark Academic Center provides free tutoring services to Calvary University students at every level. We offer a friendly atmosphere with tutors who really want to assist students. Our focus is on ministering to Calvary students to facilitate their academic success while providing encouragement and academic resources.
Students can visit us in person, through online meetings, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Our tutors provide assistance in every subject, as well as helping develop practical and study skills.
We are committed to encouraging and serving students! Come by for homework help, practical tips, or just a quiet place to work.
Our Free Services Include:
- Tutoring in Every Subject Area and Class
- Help at Every Stage of the Writing Process (Brainstorming, Planning, Drafting, Revising)
- Study Help
- Practice Test Sessions
- Study Groups
- Test Proctoring
- Reading Aloud
- Academic Accountability
- Practical Skills (Time Management, Note Taking, Goal Setting, Planning)
- Style Guide Assistance
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5 Myths About the CAC Busted
Myth: I have to be failing to go to the CAC.
Fact: Any student can come for any class.
Myth: If I go to the CAC, it means I’m dumb.
Fact: Absolutely not! The tutors themselves use the CAC.
Myth: People will judge me if I use the CAC.
Fact: The tutors love helping you , and we keep visits confidential.
Myth: The CAC is only for writing papers.
Facts: We also work with math, science, study help, reading, etc.
Myth: I have to have a specific question or assignment to visit the CAC.
Fact: Students can come to the CAC for a quiet place to study, encouragement, or accountability.
Free tutoring is available for:
- Building writing skills
- Honing style guide skills (Turabian, APA, MLA) for undergraduate and graduate students
- Improving study skills
- Enhancing reading skills
- Graduate thesis and dissertation help
- Goal setting
- Time management skills
If you have questions or concerns, please contact Dr. Valerie Piercey, Director of the Clark Academic Center:
Got Questions? Call 816-425-6155 or send in your paper through email@example.com today!
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Mrs. Valerie Piercey
Clark Academic Center Director