Office

Academic Support Center

The Academic Support Center (ASC) is a nationally certified peer tutoring center offering undergraduate Assumption students one-on-one and group tutoring included in tuition.

Contact Information

Allen Bruehl, Director of the Academic Support Center

508-767-7311


Location

Emmanuel D'Alzon Library - Room 212

Adjusting from High School to College; Building Study Skills

The ASC is certified by the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) and is an active member of the New England Peer Tutor Association (NEPTA).

For Tutoring Appointments, Call 508-767-7071.

The Academic Support Center Mission Statement:

The Academic Support Center, located on the 2nd floor of the d’Alzon Library, is committed to assisting students to reach their academic potential. The ASC is designed to enrich the academic and learning skills of Assumption College students through the utilization of on-ground peer tutors and professional staff, and e-tutoring.

Tutoring is available in:

  • General Writing

  • Mathematics

  • Accounting/Economics/Finance

  • Computer Science

  • French/Spanish/Italian

  • History

  • Philosophy

  • Psychology

  • Political Science

  • Sociology/Criminology
  • Theology

Writing Conferences are available in:

  • Pre-writing/Invention

  • Organization of ideas

  • Paragraph development

  • Style/editing/proof-reading

  • Citation format (MLA, APA)

For tutoring appointments, please call 508-767-7071.


Academic Support Center Staff

Allen Bruehl

Director of the Academic Support Center, Adjunct Faculty

508-767-7311
Ruth Amy Hurley

Associate Director for Student Success

508-767-7035
Kathryn Kadamus

Assistant Director of Student Accessibility Services

508-767-7697
Julie LeBlanc

Director of Student Accessibility Services

508-767-7500
Jan 22 Wed

Lecture: The Media’s Role in Mass Incarceration?

How did America become the most country with the most incarcerated individuals in the world, with more than 2 million people behind bars? One factor has been mostly overlooked: media coverage of crime paved the way for the explosive growth in our prison population.  Carroll Bogert, president of the ...

Jan. 22, 2020
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Jeanne Y. Curtis Performance Hall

Events

Jan 22 Wed

Lecture: The Media’s Role in Mass Incarceration?

How did America become the most country with the most incarcerated individuals in the world, with more than 2 million people behind bars? One factor has been mostly overlooked: media coverage of crime paved the way for the explosive growth in our prison population.  Carroll Bogert, president of the ...

Jan. 22, 2020
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Jeanne Y. Curtis Performance Hall

Academic Support Center Resources