Peer Tutoring Academic Support Center


Fall 2023
Open for Tutoring August 21st!


Monday - Thursday      12:00 noon - 9:00 pm    In-person and virtual appointments
Friday      12:00 noon - 4:00 pm    In-person and virtual appointments
Saturday      10:00 am - 2:00 pm
   Virtual appointments only
Sunday       5:00 pm - 9:00 pm    In-person and virtual appointments


The Academic Support Center and Writing Center will reopen August 21st for the Fall 2023 semester.



Tutoring and writing assistance for winter session courses can be found in your Bb course using the BrainFuse link.

In-person and virtual tutoring from the JU Academic Support Center and Writing Center are not available during Winter Session 2023.

Tutoring reopens for Spring 2023 on January 15th.


FALL 2023

Welcome Back to a refreshed Academic Support Center!

Open for Tutoring August 21st

ASC Fall 2023

The new look features LED lighting, new carpet and furnishings, and touch screen monitors for tutors conducting virtual sessions.

Spring 2024


Monday - Thursday
12:00 noon - 9:00 pm
In-person and virtual appointments
12:00 noon - 4:00 pm
In-person and virtual appointments
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Virtual appointments only
5:00 pm - 9:00pm
In-person and virtual appointments


The Academic Support Center and Writing Center will reopen on January 15 for the Spring 2024 semester.


Tutoring is a service provided to Jacksonville University undergraduate students. Tutoring through the ASC is not a service provided to the general community.

The Academic Support Center (ASC) is open for tutoring for JU undergraduates. Students have three ways to schedule an appointment:

  • Stop by the ASC (Swisher Library 3rd Floor)
  • Call the ASC at 904-256-7123
  • email 
  • Schedule online; see instructions here

The ASC peer tutors will be available for individual, in-person tutoring in the ASC. We will do our best to strike a balance between in-person and virtual tutoring hours for all tutors and subject areas.

We highly recommend scheduling an appointment in advance, but you can drop by the ASC or try online for an available tutor. If no one is available when you 'drop in' the assistants will help you schedule an appointment. You can schedule an appointment up to two weeks in advance or as little as 15 minutes before the session. All tutoring appointments are scheduled for 50 minutes; your appointment can last from just a few minutes up to the 50-minute limit, depending on your questions and concerns. 

Instructions for scheduling an appointment can be found in the "Make An Appointment" tab to the left.  

Important Policies

Frequency of Tutoring

Due to the high demand for tutoring, the ASC has had to implement the below restrictions in the past. If demand is not too high, the ASC may remove these limits; the ASC reserves the right to reinstate any limits at any time. Please check with our staff to see our current policies.

  • 1 recurring/weekly appointment per course
  • No more than 2 appointments per course in a week
  • No more than 4 appointments across all courses in a week
  • No back-to-back appointments with the same tutor
  • No more than 1 appointment with the same tutor in a single day

All tutoring sessions can last up to 50 minutes. However, you are not required to stay the full time if you only have a few questions or finish early.

Note: If you have a documented learning difference and have registered with Disability Support Services, some of these restrictions can be waived. Please contact Dr. Santos R. Cortez if you have any questions.

Tutoring at Jacksonville University

We help students become stronger, more confident learners. We assist students in developing the necessary skills and strategies for successful learning and realizing their academic goals. Our primary goal is to help JU students reach their academic potential through peer assistance.

The peer tutors are all JU students who are successful in their studies and welcome the opportunity to help their classmates succeed. All tutors go through extensive training aligned with the standards by the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) and must maintain a minimum of a 3.2 GPA. Many tutors are also Resident Assistants, Student-Athletes, leaders of Student Government, Research Assistants, and more.

Tutors can assist students with course material and with developing and improving successful learning strategies. Our services are available to all undergraduate students for no additional charge. For Fall 2023, our services include:

  • One-on-one Tutoring
    • Virtual
    • In Person
  • Weekly Tutoring (individual)
  • Online Resources

Learn more about the kinds of tutoring appointments you can make by clicking the button below.