Academic Support and Advising Program
The AHS Academic Support and Advising Program believes that all undergraduate students, given the academic and social support they need, can graduate and achieve all that they hope. ASAP is not only a tutoring center; it is a place where Applied Health Sciences students come together and build a community.
ASAP was a college initiative lead by Dr. Sandra Strome in 2005 to support undergraduate students in the kinesiology program (formally known as movement science) and provide them an east campus space. The program has continued to strive toward helping these students achieve both academic and personal success in their pursuit of their professional careers.
Why come to ASAP?
ASAP offers group tutoring along with one-on-one tutoring. We have books and models related to AHS classes, various resources to help prepare for national certifications, and graduate school preparation tools. We provide workshops on time management and academic preparation.
You may have quick question from time to time that peers can answer. ASAP's Front Desk student staff are happy to help you with simple quick questions. This is not to be confused with any formal advising - this is just peer-to-peer guidance.
Ask ASAP chat is available during the Fall and Spring semesters.