The AARC has a long history of working with faculty members to support the institution’s high standards. As previous faculty members ourselves, AARC’s management team understands the importance of students developing these mentoring relationships. We like to say that we're No. 2 because the professor is always No. 1! We appreciate when faculty members refer students to us who are in need as well as students to serve as tutors.
Request a Class Visit
If you have a tutor assigned to your course, check with them first. Otherwise, let us know if you’d like a five minute introduction to the AARC by a student tutor.
Request a Workshop
Typically one hour long, workshops are led by an AARC program director. These can be presented at any time, but we recommend that "Notetaking to Test Prep" and "Mastering the College Textbook" be offered after the first test and/or big assignment as research indicates students are more likely to listen then. These also can be good ways to make use of class time instead of having to cancel a class.
Choose from the following topics:
- Notetaking to Test Prep: How to take notes and use them to succeed
- Mastering the College Textbook: The inside tricks to managing and mastering course reading
- MLA, APA or Chicago style: How to construct a research paper in the style of your choice and avoid plagiarism
Contact Kathy Bryson at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a workshop for your class!
Request a Tour
We encourage you to bring students by the AARC to acquaint them with our services and our people! To arrange for a tour, contact M.E. McWilliams, AARC director, at email@example.com.