• The overarching objective of Learning Support at Lee University is to provide instructional assistance and learning opportunities for students. This goal is accomplished through the procurement and utilization of enhanced technological services for instruction and student monitoring and through facilitation of supplemental instruction sessions, especially in courses that have been identified as being traditionally challenging for students. Additionally, a strong network of student support is being built across campus through collaboration with the Center for Teaching Excellence to assist in faculty development and through coordination with the Lee University Writing Center and Math Lab.

    Specialized Learning Support
    Student consultations & referrals
    • Individualized learning strategy and skills sessions 
    • Referrals to appropriate support services
    Tutoring Writing Center liaisonMath Lab liaison
    • The Lee University Math Lab offers walk-in tutoring for MATH-098 through MATH-261. 
    • Open Monday through Thursday from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM. 
    • Currently operates out of room 357 in the Science and Math Complex.
    Technological Support Resources
    ALEKS for math courses Praxis I Core practice tests for education majors
    • The Praxis I Core practice tests afford education majors who made a 21 or below on the ACT opportunities to practice with test simulations and to use the feedback provided to strengthen specific skills before taking the actual test.
    • Access to this resource can be obtained by contacting the Student Success Center.
    My Writing Lab for writing intensive courses
    • For students who may require individualized writing assistance.
    • Offers individualized support for grammar, mechanics, and the writing process as well as general feedback on papers.
    • Access to this tool will be granted on an as-needed basis.
    • For access, contact the Coordinator of Learning Support in Student Success.
    Supplemental Instruction
    Research has shown that students who consistently participate in SI have higher grades when compared with peers who do not participate  
    • Strategies and skills that encourage academic achievement
    • Engaging games, test review, and student-led discussions of challenging materials
    • General skills that can be applied in any learning environment to ensure future success
    Student facilitators:
    • Obtained no less than an B in the course for which they are providing support and have no less than a 3.0 overall grade point average.
    • Attend all class sessions with the students they are supporting
    • Model active listening and notetaking
    • Collaborate with professors of the courses which they are supporting
    Supplemental Instruction Schedule
    Supplemental Instruction Schedule, Fall 2020 - Coming Soon

    Contact Information

    Office: PCSU304
    Phone: 423-473-3761
    Email: thehub@leeuniversity.edu
    8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST
    12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Closed for Lunch