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FDASC provides tutoring, supplemental instruction, and other related services to students. These services include large and small group sessions, review sessions, and walk-in assistance. Our services help students attain a deeper understanding of course material and provide students with study skills and strategies they can apply in their course work.
*We will be providing these services remotely for the Fall semester, beginning August 1st. All appointments will need to be scheduled. We use Microsoft Teams video conferencing for meetings, tutoring, academic coaching, and skill building workshops. You can access Microsoft Teams from a smart phone, a tablet, or a computer.
Please review the various tutorial resources outline below:
FDASC provides tutoring by trained peer tutors for a variety of courses. Sessions are designed to assist students with attaining a deeper understanding of course materials.
- To schedule peer tutoring log into your Morehouse MyPortal page and make an appointment via Starfish.
The FDASC tutor team is here to assist you and ask for your patience when making your request for peer tutoring. Please allow for 24-hours to process your appointment request. Due to student demand and tutor availability immediate assistance may not be available. Additionally, tutoring appointments will be scheduled in the order that they are received.
Subjects currently available for peer tutoring (occurring remotely via Microsoft Teams):
|Accounting||Accounting I and Accounting II|
|Biology||Biology for Non-Science, General Biology I, General Biology II|
|Chemistry||General Chemistry I and General Chemistry II|
|Chinese||Elementary Chinese I, Elementary Chinese II, Intermediate Chinese I, and Intermediate Chinese II|
|Computer Science||Intro to Computer Science, Computer Programming I, and Computer Programming II|
|Economics||Macroeconomics and Microeconomics|
|Foreign Language||Elementary French I, Elementary French II, Intermediate French I, and Intermediate French II|
|Mathematics||College Algebra I, College Algebra II, Trigonometry, Statistics, Calculus I, Calculus II, and Linear Algebra|
|Physics||General Physics I, General Physics II, Mechanics, and Electricity & Magnetism|
|Sociology||Intro to Sociology|
|Spanish||Elementary Spanish I, Elementary Spanish II, Intermediate Spanish I, and Intermediate Spanish II|
For additional assistance in writing, connect with The Writing Center.
FDASC also offers access to on-demand online tutoring via our partnership with Brainfuse.
Brainfuse provides differentiated learning solutions for users of diverse needs and background. Students communicate with live tutors and can use interactive whiteboards to chat, write, draw, copy/paste text or images and graph homework problems. Brainfuse is available to all students from any computer with an internet connection and currently enabled and added to all Blackboard courses under the “tools” menu. Trainings can be provided by the FDASC upon request.
Subjects currently available for Brainfuse tutoring:
|Business||Accounting, Advance Accounting, Auditing, Corporate Finance, Cost Auditing, Finance, Gov/Non-Profit Accounting, Individual Income Tax, Intermediate Accounting, and Payroll Accounting|
|English||College Reading and Writing|
|Foreign Language||French, Italian, Mandarin (Chinese), Spanish (located under language lab)|
|Math||Calculus, College Algebra, Differential Equations, Discrete Math, Geometry, Liberal Art Math, Multivariable Calculus, Pre-Algebra, Precalculus, Statistics, and Trigonometry|
|Nursing & Allied Health||Allied Health Essay Review, Care Plans, Emergency Care, Medical Assisting, Medical Terminology, Medical-Surgery, NCLEX-PN, NCLEX-RN, NET, Nursing Administration, Oncology, Pathophysiology, Pediatrician, Pharmacology, Psychiatric Mental Health, TEAS, and Women’s Health|
|Science||Anatomy & Physiology, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Environmental Science, Microbiology, Organic Chemistry, Physical Science, Physics|
|Social Science||Government, History, Psychology, and Sociology|
Phone: (470) 639-0234
In Person: The Frederick Douglass Academic Success Center