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Peer-to-Peer Academic Assistance

The School of Business Administration is invested in helping its students succeed in the classroom.

Peer-to-Peer academic assistance is available for many of the required accounting, economics, finance, mathematics, and quantitative methods courses. Assistance with Microsoft Office software is available in the Elliott Hall open lab. Business students in good academic standing will be available in Elliott Hall at various times to assist students.

Peer to
Peer Assistance
The Summer 2016 schedule for Peer-to-Peer Academic Assistance is listed below. Assistance will be available soon.

The Fall 2016 schedule for Peer-to-Peer Academic Assistance will be available the first week of September; assistance will be available at the end of September.

We are accepting applications for the Fall 2016 semester from students in good academic standing for the following: ACC 200/210, ACC 310/311, ECN 201/202, ECN 303, FIN 322, MTH 121/122, QMM 240/241, and Resume reviews. Please click here to apply.

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ACC 200/210
DayTimeRoom Instructor
Tuesnoon - 3 p.m.Mary Sheena
Thursnoon - 2 p.m.Mary Sheena

 

ACC 310/311
DayTimeRoom Instructor
Tuesnoon - 3 p.m.Mary Sheena
Thursnoon - 2 p.m.Mary Sheena
Teach

The School of Business Administration hires students in good academic standing for the school's Teach for the SBA initiative.

As Help Room Associates, students are required to help for a minimum of 5 hours per week at a rate of $50/5 hours. The hours are flexible but the same schedule must be followed every week.

We are accepting applications for the Fall 2016 semester from students in good academic standing for the following: ACC 200/210, ACC 310/311, ECN 201/202, ECN 303, FIN 322, MTH 121/122, QMM 240/241, and Resume reviews. Please click here to apply.

Instructors

Mary Sheena
Mary is a new MAcc student. She will be tutoring Accounting 200, 210, 310, and 311 during the Summer 2016 terms.