About US

Academic Support Programs offers to all Baylor students a comprehensive range of classes, services, and programs based on a variety of students needs and learning preferences, including tutoring, collaborative learning through a Supplemental Instruction (SI) program, mentoring, workshop instruction, academic counseling and advisement, as well as a graded study skills course. The department also coordinates academic intervention for students referred by faculty for grade-related and class attendance issues and provides grade recovery resources for students on academic probation as well as targeted support for students admitted through the "Summer Studies" program.

In addition to its administrative offices on the Ground Level, west wing, of the Sid Richardson building, the department houses a large study commons (west wing), two tutoring centers (east and west wings), and classroom (east wing).