Tutoring Services

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Tutoring Services at Kent State Stark provides free walk-in tutoring for all levels of math courses. In addition, students may request tutoring in any subject area and we will find a qualified tutor for them.

Peer tutors assist students with:

  • homework assignments
  • help clarifying lecture and classroom material 
  • reviewing for exams
  • help preparing for and practicing class presentations

Some math professors tutor students by holding their office hours in the Tutoring Center. For students who need help with effective study strategies, faculty tutors are also available. Visit the Tutoring Center as soon as you feel you may need help.

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Tutoring Hours

Summer Walk-In Math Tutoring:
Monday - Tuesday: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Wednesday - Thursday: 9 - 5 p.m.
Friday: Hours by request

ASC Office Closings 
The office will close at 3 p.m. on the following Fridays:

  • June 16
  • July 21
  • August 18

Subject-Specific Tutoring using TutorTrac

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eTutoring - Free Online Tutoring

Kent State students have access to free online tutoring through the Ohio Collaborative eTutoring Network. Tutoring is available in:

  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Biology
  • Calculus
  • Chemistry & Physics
  • Mathematics
  • Writing

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CABLE - Your Connection to College Success

CABLE is a free program offering Kent State University at Stark students intensive preparation in academic writing, reading, and mathematics. CABLE enrolls Kent State Stark students who have been admitted but are not ready for a full-time college-level course load based on their scores on Kent State Stark placement assessments.  

CABLE courses are taught in a supportive, face-to-face learning environment and designed to prepare students to begin their studies at Kent State Stark with confidence in their writing, reading, and mathematical skills.

Students who have enrolled in CABLE retake the placement assessments at the end of the semester. It is expected that students will show significant gains that will enable them to enjoy a successful academic career.  

CABLE To-Do List

  1. Take Kent State Stark assessments to confirm that CABLE is the best place for you to begin your college journey.
  2. Attend all of your CABLE classes.
  3. Build skills and knowledge.
  4. Reassess in your CABLE classes to see how much you've achieved.
  5. When your reassessment scores show you are ready to be successful in the next Kent State course, enroll in all Kent State Stark classes!

 
CABLE MATH Sessions - Summer 2017
June 12 - August 3

Monday - Thursday: 10 - 11:30 a.m.
21 Campus Center (Lower Level)
Dr. Robert Craven

Properties of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, signed numbers and order of operations. Mental math and basic algebraic thinking skills are emphasized. Calculators are not permitted.  Includes an online introduction to ALEKS. Students should take up to six credit hours (seven if one hour is US 10097 Destination Kent State: First Year Experience) of Kent State University courses if CABLE Math is the only CABLE placement.

 
CABLE MATH Session - Fall 2017
Monday & Wednesday: 11 a.m. - 12:40 p.m.
21 Campus Center (Lower Level)
Dr. Robert Craven

Properties of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, signed numbers and order of operations. Mental math and basic algebraic thinking skills are emphasized. Calculators are not permitted.  Includes an online introduction to ALEKS. Students should take up to six credit hours (seven if one hour is US 10097 Destination Kent State: First Year Experience) of Kent State University courses if CABLE Math is the only CABLE placement.

CABLE READING Session - Fall 2017
Tuesday & Thursday: 9 - 10:40 a.m.
10 Fine Arts
Regina Smith

Development of reading strategies necessary for successful completion of college coursework. Emphasis on improving reading comprehension, which includes an online component. Students should take up to three credit hours of Kent State University courses while enrolled in CABLE Reading.

 
CABLE WRITING Session - Fall 2017

Monday & Wednesday: 9 - 10:40 a.m.
10 Fine Arts
Regina Smith

Introduces the instruction, experiences, language, and skills necessary for students to acquire college-level literacy, with an emphasis on reading and writing college-level textbooks.  Includes an online component for practice with language editing skills. Students should take up to three credit hours of Kent State University courses while enrolled in CABLE Writing.