The Clark Academic Center (CAC)The CAC is designed for all students and is ready to assist in any academic area.
The Clark Academic Center is located in the Library and Clark Academic Center, next door to the Student Life Center.
The Center is designed for all students and is ready to assist in any academic area; graduate students are also encouraged to use our services. Instead of worrying or stressing about assignments, come to the Clark Academic Center for expert help!
We provide 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. Our primary specialty is providing paper editing and Turabian Style formatting for class and research essays. In addition, students may email their work for checking; tutors try to return them within 48 hours. We also help students with disabilities by offering services such as special computer software, e-books (from the library), and test or exam proctoring.
We are committed to encouraging and serving students! Come by to get academic help; study in one of our study rooms; or enjoy free cookies, coffee, tea, and candy!
Free tutoring is available for:
- Building writing skills
- Honing Turabian skills for undergraduate and graduate students
- Improving study skills
- Managing time skills
- Enhancing reading skills
- Graduate thesis and dissertation help
- Other services include exam proctoring and learning style accommodations.
Monday: 9–11am, 12–5pm, and 6–9pm
Tuesday–Thursday: 9–11am, 1–5pm, and 6–9pm.
Friday: 9–11am and 12–4pm
Contact email@example.com with papers and questions or to schedule an appointment.
For over ten years, Thomas has been helping students improve their writing, get grammar, and gain academic confidence. Before becoming the current Director of the Clark Academic Center, Thomas tutored for a college writing center, taught composition at the collegiate and high school level, taught English in China, and started a tutoring business. He is the author of The Writer’s Sketchbook: Weird Worlds and The Writer’s Sketchbook: A Volatile Adventure.
Brooke is from Kansas City, Missouri and is studying Biblical Counseling. She hopes to counsel teens and young adults in the future after she graduates from Calvary. Along with helping others, she is passionate about reading, writing, photography, and music. She is excited to help students grow academically as she begins her first year of tutoring at the Center.