Learning Resource Center
The Learning Resource Center exists for one reason: to help students achieve their educational goals. We are committed to the success of the students here at Austin Peay State University.
Austin Peay Students
The following services are available to APSU students.
PLEASE NOTE: On ground Peer Tutoring in the Marks building is currently suspended, while classes are transitioning to an online format. If students need subject-specific tutoring, they can access a tutor through Tutor.com, or they can request a meeting with an APSU Peer Tutor by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include course name, subject, and if there is a specific tutor with whom they would like to meet. The Peer Tutor will set up a virtual appointment using the Meeting Spaces tool in Tutor.com
To access Tutor.com, students need to log into D2L, select a course, click Resources, then Subject-Specific-Tutoring.
Peer tutoring can be an essential factor in student success. As part of APSU's efforts to help students succeed, we provide FREE group support for undergraduate courses for APSU students. To schedule sessions with a peer tutor, please stop by the Marks building room 124 (Find Us) or call (931) 221-6550.
SLA is now available for additional college courses to help students excel. The SLA
program offers workshops that emphasize lecture materials, learning styles, and general
knowledge that help students succeed in both their courses and college as a whole.
The Learning Resource Center has partnered with Distance Education to provide online tutoring through Tutor.com. This service provides 24/7 support for many undergraduate courses and can be accessed through D2L.
The following services are available to APSU Students and the Clarksville Community for a minimal fee.
We provide tutoring to the community for a reasonable fee and have tutors available
to meet your needs.
The Learning Resource Center is proud to work with the Veterans Upward Bound program to provide Veterans with tutoring to help them prepare for college admissions testing and provide skill enhancement opportunities in Reading, Writing, and Math.
*For other Learning Centers, we encourage sharing of resources. Please see our policy on the use of our materials.
We are always interested in hearing about the experience you had during tutoring in the Learning Resource Center or in your SLA section. Your feedback helps us improve our tutoring program and the SLA classroom experience.
Interested in working for the Learning Resource Center or becoming an SLA leader? Find out more information on Employment Opportunities.
For current Learning Resource Center Employees, you can find all important forms by going to the Employee Page.