Tutoring and coaching services help students with their academic progress and reach their goals.
Peer Assisted Supplemental Study (PASS) helps students in traditionally difficult classes – 90% of Lynchburg students surveyed in fall 2017 said PASS helped them improve their class grades! PASS is a widely used resource with over 3,200 visits logged in the 2016-17 academic year.
The GO Mentoring Program provides individual, short-term, targeted assistance to students to help them develop better organizational skills, including but not limited to improved organization of their course materials and study habits, time management, priorities, connections to resources, and steps for completing a selected task.
By utilizing this service, students can address their concerns in a timely manner, preventing the loss of good academic standing and motivating them to persevere through challenges. Appointments can be made with faculty, staff, or peer GO Mentors through “Online Forms” on MyLynchburg. Questions about GO Mentoring should be sent to Karen Hatter, Program Coordinator of Academic Coaching, at .
GS 104 helps students develop good study habits like time management, note-taking, test preparation, and most importantly, critical reading, writing, and thinking skills.
We offer individual coaching for students on academic warning or probation.
Hall Campus Center, Room 265
To schedule an appointment with an individual tutor, visit MyLynchburg and go to Online Forms. Preference will be given to students with appointments.