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ASC Business Continuity

Contact Information:

Phone: 410-455-2444

(Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.)

Email: academicsuccess@umbc.edu

Student Success is a priority at UMBC.

The Academic Success Center has established a business continuity plan to ensure that all services continue to be available to students, faculty and staff in alternative formats.   

 

Appointment Tutoring 

Appointment Tutoring will continue to be scheduled online using TutorTrac.  Appointments will be conducted in an online format instead of in person at the scheduled time.  Here are the instructions for scheduling tutoring appointments.  Once an appointment is scheduled, tutors will email students with a link to the online platform to conduct the tutoring session before the scheduled time.   

If you have any questions please contact: tutoring@umbc.edu 


Math and Science Tutoring Center 

All tutoring offered through the Math and Science Tutoring Center will be scheduled online by appointment using TutorTrac.  Appointments will be conducted in an online format instead of in person at the scheduled time.  Here are the instructions for scheduling tutoring appointments.  Once an appointment is scheduled, tutors will email students with a link to the online platform to conduct the tutoring session before the scheduled time.  

If you have any questions about the Math and Science Tutoring Center please contact: tutoring@umbc.edu


Writing Center 

Writing Center Tutoring will continue to be scheduled online using TutorTrac.  Here are the instructions for scheduling tutoring appointments through the Writing Center. Appointments will be conducted online instead of in person at the scheduled time. Once an appointment is scheduled, tutors will email students with instructions about how to log in and/or share their writing assignment before the scheduled time.

If you have any questions about the Writing Center please contact: efick1@umbc.edu 

 

SI PASS Supplemental Instruction Peer-Assisted Study Sessions 

SI PASS sessions will be conducted online at the scheduled times.  SI PASS sessions can be joined using Blackboard Collaborate in the Blackboard site of the class being supported.   

If you have any questions about SI PASS please contact: debwebb@umbc.edu

 

Academic Success Meetings 

Academic Success Meetings can be scheduled online using this link.  After a meeting is scheduled, students can use the link provided in the Google Calendar event to access the meeting online. 

If you have any questions about Academic Success Meetings please contact: victor6@umbc.edu 

 

Placement Testing 

Placement Testing is scheduled online and students take their placement tests online.  

If you have any questions about Placement Testing please contact: placement@umbc.edu 

 

First-Year Intervention Academic Alerts 

The First-Year Intervention (FYI) Academic Alerts program is administered by faculty online from September 28, 2020 through October 27, 2020.  Students receiving FYI alerts are referred to online resources.   

If you have any questions about FYI Alerts please contact: fyi@umbc.edu  

 

EDUC 113 

Courses will continue to be offered online via Blackboard. If you are a student enrolled in EDUC 113 this semester, please contact your professor with questions about the course.  

Arnold Foelster foelster@umbc.edu 
Mitsue Wiggs wiggs@umbc.edu 
Samir el Omari samir1@umbc.edu  

If you have questions about the EDUC 113 course in general, please contact delana1@umbc.edu  

 

LRC 099 

Courses will continue to be offered online via Blackboard. If you are a student enrolled in LRC 099 this semester, please contact your professor with questions about the course.  

Deb Webb debwebb@umbc.edu 

If you have questions about the LRC 099 course in general, please contact delana1@umbc.edu 

 

Academic Advocacy 

Academic Advocates will continue to work with students, faculty and staff by phone, video and chat as requested. Students who have an assigned Academic Advocate can schedule a meeting using the link provided on their myUMBC profile page. If a student is unsure if they have an Academic Advocate and would like to request support, they may submit a self-referral using this link.  Any faculty or staff members who wish to submit a student referral can do so online and the Academic Advocates will reach out to students directly to provide support. 

If you have questions about Academic Advocacy please contact aknapp@umbc.edu  

 

Academic Standards and Policy Administration 

Petitions for exemptions to Academic Policy will continue to be handled online. Many helpful resources, including whom to contact, are available online.  

If you have any questions about Academic Standards and Policy Administration please contact: aknapp@umbc.edu