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Academic Success Staff
Vi Dutcher, Professor, Language & Literature; Academic Success Center Director; Writing
Welcome to the tutoring services provided by undergraduate peers and, for graduate
students, our Graduate Writing Coach, Mary Ann Zehr.
If you are an EMU student, our services are for you. Our tutors are like you. They
are taking classes, taking exams, writing papers, and doing their homework. The difference
is that they are also tutoring their peers in their area of expertise. Our tutors
provide tutoring in writing, speech, history, economics, math, psychology, chemistry,
physics, biology, business, education, accounting, Spanish, nursing, and engineering.
If we don’t cover what you need, please tell us, and we’ll find a tutor.
Find a session you need through the Navigate link on myEMU.
Learn more about Vi
Julie Shank, ASC Assistant and Receptionist
It is my hope that you feel welcome and comfortable in the Academic Success Center.
Please don’t hesitate to ask questions, make suggestions or express concerns. I look
forward to meeting
Learn more about Julie
Mary Ann Zehr, EMU Writing Instructor and Graduate Writing Coach
My goal as a writing coach is to work with students so they gain confidence in writing
and learn something in each session that they can apply in writing their next paper.
We may meet in person in the Graduate and Professional Studies Writing Center in the
library or via Zoom. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
to set up an appointment.
Learn more about Mary Ann
Frequently Asked Questions About Tutoring
How do I find a tutor and make an appointment?
How do I get help in a specific course?
Is anyone available to help me write a paper?
What do writing tutors do?
Frequently Asked Questions About Academic Accommodation and Disability
What if I think I have a disability?
What if I had a documented disability in high school and haven’t told anyone at EMU…but
now I know I need extra help?
How recent does my documentation have to be?
What if I have a physical or emotional disorder?
What if I had an IEP in high school? Middle school? Elementary school?
Who needs to know about my disability?
How do I let my instructors know about my need for accommodations?
What kinds of accommodations are given at EMU?
If I am late in providing documentation, can I take tests over or redo work?
What role does the academic access coordinator serve?