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Academic Success Center

At the Academic Success Center, our name says it all—we are here to help Maranatha students succeed academically! Our mission is to promote academic success for all students, to enhance student performance, and to increase student retention. We help students become better learners.

Entering college often means being introduced to a new learning environment: courses proceed at a rapid rate and cover large volumes of material with few tests. Students who develop additional methods of learning are able to adapt more quickly and be successful in their college careers.

Available Programs


One-on-One Tutoring

One-on-one tutoring is offered to all Maranatha undergraduate students and is available for many subjects, including writing, mathematics, sciences, languages, communication, business, Bible, and accounting. Tutoring sessions are generally one hour long and are held twice each week for the entirety of the semester. Our tutors are well-qualified, responsible peers who possess sensitivity and compassion toward the needs of our students.

Study Groups

Study groups are also offered for more traditional classes, especially in the social sciences, math, and English. These groups are also led by students who are experienced in the subject matter. These sessions are held one or two times each week and are voluntary.


Tutors Will…

  • Steer in the right direction, give feedback, and help catch up
  • Show how to work through a problem, organize research notes, or revise a paper
  • Ask questions and guide to finish the task
  • Help facilitate learning


Tutors Will Not…

  • Write, edit, or proofread papers
  • Solve a problem or do work
  • Correct homework or give a grade on a paper


In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Maranatha provides accommodations for any student with a diagnosed disability. Any student seeking specific accommodations must provide the Academic Success Center with documentation from a medical or educational professional who has made or confirmed the diagnosis, as well as any recommendations made by that professional. Please contact Mrs. Kathleen Price, Disability Support Services Coordinator, at for more information.