Academic Success Center

Academic Success Center

Our goal is to help students meet their goals and succeed inside and outside of the classroom. Students come to Bryn Athyn with different academic skill sets and needs and we offer a range of options to help them.

Our Academic Success Center offers tutoring in various areas, including the Math Center, the Writing Center, the Science Center, Study Hall, Research Support, and peer tutoring. All of these offerings are free, and are available to all students. Some are walk-in sessions, some require the student to book a session. See below for details. Note that these times vary each term.

The Math Center—Walk in sessions

Location: first floor Library, Conference Room

  • Algebra and Pre-Cal: Sundays and Thursdays 7pm to 9pm
  • Algebra, Pre-Cal, Stats 2: Mondays 4pm to 6pm
  • Calc 3 and Discrete Math: Wednesdays 7pm to 9pm

The Writing Center—Book a session

Location: second floor of the Library

Writing Center Schedule. Open to Weekly View to see what appointments are available. Text Ann Buss 215-510-0069 to book an appointment

The Science Center—Book a session

Location: Doering 218

Flexible times available. To book a session text to Prof. Stella Evans at 215-370-2921 or text to Ben Alden at 561-287-0112

Study Hall—Walk in session

Location: second floor of Library

  • Sundays – 7pm to 10pm
  • Mondays – 7pm to 10pm
  • Tuesdays – 11am to 5pm
  • Wednesdays – 7pm to 10pm
  • Fridays – 11am to 5pm

Research Support—Walk in session

Location: Library front desk

Library staff are available whenever the Library is open to help students with accessing the College’s electronic resources and search engines. Students can ask for help with research as needed at the front desk. The Library also has a Research Librarian, Ms. Andi Sibley, to answer questions and give a tutorial.

Peer tutoring

Peer tutoring is available for students in need of academic support. Through the program, students benefit from one-on-one coaching, while students who excel academically can get first-hand tutoring experience by helping their peers. Students can ask for support in any course they are having trouble with, and the peer tutor will help them by going over reading materials, helping them study for tests, or going over their notes with them. Any student who feels they are in need of extra support with a class should contact Mrs. Ann Buss, Director of Academic Support Center, at 215-510-0069. She can arrange one-on-one peer tutoring. She encourages students to ask for tutoring early on in the term, but we will do our best to help whenever a student asks.


Ann Buss
Director of Academic Success Center