Tutoring is provided free to Chancellor University students online,
by phone and in person/on-campus
At Chancellor University, our Students First policy ensures
that free tutoring is available to all registered students online, by phone and
in person from our on campus tutoring lab. Any registered undergraduate or
graduate student can receive support from the Tutorial Services Department for
their courses of study. Chancellor
University tutors are experienced instructors who work directly with students
on an on-going basis. Our tutors are experienced staff members and professors
of the university who work with students one on one or in groups as needed. Tutors
can help students succeed in all courses and curriculum including the subject areas
of: English/Writing, APA Style/Format, Research, Accounting, Finance,
Economics, Computers and General Math courses. Our tutors provide Chancellor
University students with an opportunity to succeed by providing personalized
assistance and expertise that addresses each student’s individual needs.
Tutoring sessions are generally scheduled for free one hour appointments as
needed. Requests for tutoring assistance can be submitted by students at any
time by phone and by e-mail, or in person during office hours. Tutoring
requests will be answered the same day, six days a week during posted office hours
eastern standard time. Requests and
messages will be answered immediately or will be returned within two hours
during office hours. Requests received
after office hours will be returned within 24 hours. Please see the 2012 Tutorial Services
Calendar and Schedule below for posted office hours and contact
information. Drop-in and walk-in
students can be accepted online, by phone or in person as the schedule
allows. However, scheduling a prior
appointment at least one day in advance is highly recommended to ensure that optimum
attention, support and instruction is provided to students.
The Chancellor Tutorial Services Department can be contacted
directly by phone at (216) 432-8942 and by e-mail: email@example.com
or firstname.lastname@example.org for
immediate assistance and to set up appointments with a tutor for free one hour
sessions. Or, call the general offices toll-free at (866) 998-8828 and ask to be transferred to the Tutorial Services
Department. Please review the Chancellor Student Handbook for additional
academic and tutoring policies.
In Person & Phone: Call (216) 432-8942 for appointments, information and to leave messages
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Accounting, Economics, Finance & Math
By Appointment Only
Call or e-mail for availability
Accounting, Computers, Economics, English, Finance, General Business, Math, Professional Studies, Writing & APA format style
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Good writing is a skill you can learn. Provided here are some tools to help you improve your writing skills, including tutorials, websites, and examples of good writing. These sites include information about citing sources, avoiding plagiarism, and how to correctly format your writing in MLA and APA formats.
Remember too that you can get help with your writing in Chancellor's Tutoring Center, both online and on campus.
Intro to APA
The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)
One of the best known online tools for writing instruction is the OWL at Purdue University. Here you will find comprehensive information about every aspect of writing, including grammar, outlining, types of essays, proofreading, formatting guidelines, and many other topics.
There are two quick ways to find what you need here. First, use the search box to type in what you would like to find help with. Second, click on the link to the site map. This will show a listing of all the content on the OWL site.
Web Links for Writers
Provided by Glendale Community College
Scroll down on this site to see the vast array of writing, research, and citation aids provided. This is site is easy to navigate, and provides high-quality information.
State University of New York (SUNY) Empire State College Writing Resource Center
This site includes a nice compilation of resources. It also includes (look on the left-hand side) exercises, and information about specific types of writing. There is information about grammar, spelling and other mechanics of writing.
Rules for Writers, by Diana Hacker
This site includes instructions, exercises, and sample papers in both MLA and APA formats. Reviewing sample papers is a good way to see how a correctly formatted paper should actually look! It also includes specific ESL help.
Big Dog's Grammar
This straight-forward site presents helpful, clear information on some common writing problems - misplaced modifiers, sentence fragments, and consistency.
Help Links to Math Review Websites
Please go to the following site to review many basic math skills. A good reminder of some of the basics!
Software Help for Writing Papers:
Links for MS Word 2003 (tutorials: audio files that walk you through the features
of the program.):
Online Tutorials for MS Word 2007, Access, Excel, Power Point & Publisher: