The Center for Learning and Student Success is designed to provide assistance to all University of Arkansas students in meeting their academic goals. The center’s goal is for every University of Arkansas student who needs or wants academic assistance to participate in the programs and services of the center without hesitation or barrier.
Over 10,000 students took advantage of the center’s programs last year including:
- Tutoring in a variety of subjects (math, the sciences, world languages, business, economics, and other courses taught throughout the university);
- Writing Support;
- Supplemental Instruction in the sciences, economics, accounting, and data analysis;
- Academic Coaching;
- Self-help resources dealing with study skills, time management, test taking, anxiety reduction, and effective learning strategies;
- Study areas and access to state-of-the art computers.
The center partners with University Housing, Mullins Library, Mechanical Engineering, Sam M. Walton College of Business and the Multicultural Center to provide unique tutoring and other assistance to students in a variety of locations and formats. For all services or to make an appointment for tutoring, see class.uark.edu.
The center's primary location is in Gregson Hall. The majority of CLASS+ SI, tutoring and writing support is available from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Fridays. Tutoring is also available on Sunday afternoons in the Multicultural Center (Arkansas Union) and Mullins Library.
Contact CLASS+ by phone at 479-575-2885 or visit class.uark.edu.