The Academic Success Center’s goal is to help students become independent and efficient learners so they are better equipped to meet the University’s academic standards and successfully attain their educational goals. We challenge and encourage students to become actively involved in their learning. We value your interest in our program and hope to help you take control of your academic progress.
In addition to the information below, please contact us personally, at any time, by emailing email@example.com. The following resources offered by our center have been outlined for your convenience. Upon review, please choose the service you desire and follow the instructions given or simply click on specified links to obtain particular resources.
Online Tutoring Services
These services are provided by trained peers who have come highly recommended by their professors to tutor courses they have successfully completed. Tutoring is available in a variety of subjects with an emphasis on CORE courses. If you need assistance with homework, understanding a concept, or desire review for an upcoming test, please request an online tutoring appointment.
Paper Editing Service (24 hour service)
This service will allow students to submit papers online to be edited for content, structure, clarity, grammatical error, etc. Please allow at least 24 hours for return after submission. Students may submit papers for review to the following ASC email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The main focus of these labs is to help students who are having difficulty in specific subject areas. This is a good resource for students who may have quick questions about their homework, are having difficulty understanding a concept, or need tutoring on an irregular basis. These sessions are available on a weekly basis once a schedule is established based on interest and need. Feel free to contact us at email@example.com for more information.
How to Request an Online Tutoring Appointment
To request an appointment with an Online Tutor, please complete the tutor request form below and submit to the Academic Success Center.
Once this information is received, an email confirmation and a detailed Online Tutoring Instruction Sheet will be sent to you.
How to Access your Online Tutoring Session
To access your online tutoring session, you will need a computer, speakers and an internet connection. A Skype account will be required; however, a Oneeko account is optional. To set up one or both of these accounts, please refer to the Online Tutoring Instruction Sheet.
These interactive online success workshops are designed to meet the convenience of students and to educate them academically, personally, and professionally. Students will be enlightened on how to discover and understand their own learning styles, how to reduce stress and anxiety, and how to set and accomplish realistic goals.
Learning Strategies Every Student Should Know
This workshop will provide students with advanced learning strategies that will help them transition into successful college learning.
Exam Preparation Tips and Test-Taking Strategies
Students will learn strategies that will help them overcome the fear and anxiety associated with test taking and give them a better chance of passing difficult exams.
Overcoming Procrastination: Causes and Cures
Procrastination can prevent students from achieving their academic goals. This workshop will provide time management skills that will help eliminate this destructive habit.
Stress Management Techniques
This workshop is designed to help students make healthy choices and manage the causes of stress that can impact their academic success.
Early Academic Alert
Ouachita Baptist University is committed to student success and retention. For this reason, an early alert process has been developed to help adapting students achieve academic success. The Early Academic Alert System is a software program that enables instructors to identify students having difficulties in their classes and connect them with campus services that can help.
Online students will receive alerts for the following reasons:
*Failing to log into an online course for a period of seven days
*Falling below a course average of “C”
As an online student, if you receive an early academic alert from your instructor, please contact Ashlee Giles at 870-245-5200 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information regarding this alert system and how it can be of benefit to you please click on the following link: