Project ASSIST is a fee-based tutoring program for students working with the Center for Disabilities.
The main purpose of Project ASSIST is to provide skill-based tutoring that can assist with the development of academic independence. Project ASSIST does not offer class-specific, content-based tutoring (e.g. History 143, COMM 202). Instead, it provides tutoring for writing, math, CORE/general academic skills, and Organizational skills. Project ASSIST tutors teach students general reading, spelling, writing, study, and organizational/executive functioning skills.
Students with all Project ASSIST contracts have the option to seek drop-in tutoring in our tutoring lab. While individual tutoring may be possible in the lab, tutors are often working with multiple students. All drop-in tutors will specialize in either Math or English/Writing skills as well as CORE and organizational skills.
If students sign up for the Purple Package, they also have access to an assigned one-on-one organizational tutor and the ability to schedule one-on-one tutoring sessions with specific tutors.
For contract options and pricing, contact the Project ASSIST coordinator at 262.472.4711 or email@example.com.
Charges are placed on the student's bill. For students with DVR or DRS (Vocational Rehabilitation Services), speak with your Rehabilitation Counselor to see if they will cover the cost of this program.
Please contact the Project ASSIST coordinator with any additional questions (262.472.4711 or firstname.lastname@example.org).