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We are glad that you have chosen to take advantage of the Academic Support Services and Resources at Lenoir-Rhyne University. With this form, you have the option of choosing from a variety of services designed to support your academic experience here at Lenoir-Rhyne. Support services include individual and/or group tutoring options with peer tutors who are trained and qualified to assist you, academic coaching sessions with professional staff and individualized assistance on a variety of topics that are essential for academic success. There are no additional costs associated with these services.

Complete the form below, allowing three business days for the Lohr Learning Commons Office to fulfill your request. You will be contacted via email or text by an Academic Support Staff Member or an assigned Peer Tutor.

A description of each service can be found below.​

Services Offered:

Individual Tutoring
One-on-one tutoring assistance with a trained peer who has successfully completed the course and received professor recommendation.

Small Group Tutoring
Tutoring assistance in a small group setting facilitated by a trained peer who have successfully completed the course and received professor recommendation.

Academic Coaching
Academic Coaching is a working partnership that focuses on the process of learning. Together with a professional coach, students examine their learning styles, habits of working, and current difficulties or barriers to success. Then together this team (coach and student) works to create and put in place more effective strategies than are the norm. The aim is to heighten awareness of what it takes to achieve academic success and anchor this with new strategies, a supportive relationship, and personal accountability.

Academic Support Topics
One-on-one opportunity to work with a professional staff member to more deeply explore a variety of topics that are essential for academic success such as: time management, study skills, growth mindset, metacognition, goal setting, etc.Students will walk away from sessions with concrete ways to incorporate these skills in to their academic experience.