CASE hours of operation:

Mon–Thurs: 8 am–9 pm
Fri: 8 am–4:45 pm
Sun: 4 pm–9 pm

 

Tutor availability is posted in the Center, on this Website, and on the CASE ANGEL site.

 

For further information on the Center and the many programs it offers, please contact:

 

Derwin Bennett
Director
518-255-5838
bennettdd@cobleskill.edu

 

Wendi Richards
Assistant Director
518-255-5870
richarwa@cobleskill.edu

Center for Academic Support
and Excellence (CASE)

CASE Spring Newsletter

 

Tutor Application Form
MERITS Program

Tutor Schedules

 

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The Center for Academic Support and Excellence (CASE) provides peer and professional tutoring services at SUNY Cobleskill. The Center is conveniently located in the lower level of the Jared Van Wagenen Library. It is the central tutorial and study location for the campus. The Center is open to all students and is totally free of charge. There is no limit to the number of hours a student may use the Center. The Center is opened at 8 a.m. for quiet study. Tutors are available throughout the day and into the evening, as well as Sundays.

 

Tutors are primarily students who have excelled academically and have been recommended by their professors on campus. The tutors design their schedules to meet their own academic and personal needs; consequently, tutors work in the Center at specific times and on specific days. Tutoring is most often done in a small group format. Schedules are posted in the Center and on the student Sharepoint site.

 

The AccessABILITY Resource Office is located in CASE. This program offers services to students with learning and physical disabilities. Students are encouraged to contact the office to discuss documentation requirements and the services that are available at SUNY Cobleskill. C. Justin Berg, Coordinator of AccessABILITY Resources, can be reached at 518-255-5282.

 

The Center for Academic Support and Excellence staff offers programs and workshops on learning strategies such as note-taking, test-taking, textbook reading, and time management. The Center also coordinates the MERITS and Retention Programs for those students needing structured support to ensure their academic success.

 

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