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Online and In-Person Tutoring

Trained peer and professional tutors are available in-person and online to assist with the following subjects:

  • Writing
  • Biostatistics
  • Pharmacology
  • Pathophysiology
  • Chronic Health Alterations
  • Complex Health Alterations
  • Foundations
  • Health Assessment

Tutoring schedules change each semester, and vary based on academic course schedules and tutor availability. Please note that for Summer Semester, 2019, the only writing appointments that will be available on our booking page will be for MSN-level courses. DNP and Ph.D. students interested in writing assistance can schedule appointments directly with ASC Manager Renée Mitchell-Matsuyama by emailing rmitch50@jhu.edu. 

Click on the link below to see the current schedule and make an appointment.

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Ongoing tutoring

In addition to open access tutoring that you can book online, we also offer ongoing tutoring in both group and individual formats. For ongoing 1-1 tutoring, you'll be paired with a tutor with whom you will meet weekly throughout the course of the semester. For ongoing group tutoring, you'll be placed in a group that meets with the same tutor each week throughout the semester. If you are interested in either group or 1-1 ongoing tutoring, please contact ASC Manager Renée Mitchell-Matsuyama at rmitch50@jhu.edu. 

Workshops

Each semester, the Academic Success Center hosts a variety of workshops, on topics that are relevant to Nursing. Some examples include:

  • APA and citation management platforms
  • Literature Reviews/Integrative Reviews
  • Study and Organization Skills
  • ATI Testing and Resources

Workshops are usually 1-2 hours long, and are offered both in-person and online. Space is limited, so pre-registration is highly encouraged.

Course Primers

In the week preceding the start of each semester, the ASC hosts faculty-led course primers that will give you a head start on challenging courses like Biostatistics and Pathophysiology. These sessions will go over things like: what to expect, what skills you need to develop for the course, study strategies, preparatory resources, etc.

Course Primers are usually 2-3 hours, and require pre-registration.