The Academic Achievement Center (AAC) is a support hub for Lawrence Tech students and faculty. LTU students come to the AAC to get help with homework or test preparation, compare notes, meet with study groups, or seek that spark of needed motivation. For many, the AAC is simply a friendly place to be with others. The AAC also offers instructional handouts to take home and miscellaneous learning aids to use at the AAC, including software, reference materials and videos.

AAC services are FREE to all Lawrence Tech students, staff and faculty. The AAC is located on the lowest level of the A. Alfred Taubman Student Services Center in C201.




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    Fall Hours:
    Monday-Thursday: 9:00am-8:00pm
    Friday: 9:00am-4:30pm
    Find our Fall tutor schedule here!

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    Upcoming Workshops:
    To find out about our Workshops on Wheels, click here!

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    Attention Student Athletes!
    Study Tables start on Tuesday, September 8th!

  • Tutor of the Year - Bradley

    Tutor of the Year 2014-2015 was Bridget Moricz! We want to congratulate her and thank her for her outstanding work! Read more here!

    Fall Tutoring starts August 31st. The Tutor schedule can be found here.



Services Provided Include:

AAC e-tutoring  This service is available to students that have a question or need help with a concept but cannot stop by the AAC.  Complete the AAC Ask Online form to request online tutoring.  A tutor will contact you within 24 hours (48 hours on weekends).

Tutoring  in person and online, is available for key courses in architecture and design, chemistry, computer science, engineering, ESL conversation, mathematics, physics, and writing. Tutors include LTU faculty members and exemplary students who are available during day and evening hours. The master tutor schedule is available online and in the AAC.

Pre-courses are refreshers taken before students take an important math, structures, chemistry, accounting, english or engineering class. During these free workshops, students review basic concepts, material they will see in class, and learn strategies for approaching problems in these classes.

Testing Services (proctored testing) are offered for students who are unable to complete exams/quizzes during regularly scheduled class time. To use this service, contact the AAC at least 24 hours in advance for an appointment time and a Testing Service Request form (to be completed by the instructor). We make every effort to accommodate student schedules.

Self-Directed Study Groups help students take control of their study time to prepare for classes and exams. After initial training and facilitation by AAC staff, students direct the study group meetings by themselves. We provide space for meetings in the AAC, and tips on group communication and conflict negotiation.

Study Skills Programs help students learn basic skills such as listening, notetaking, test taking, effective reading of textbooks and literature, research, and time/stress management. Speakers are also available to present overviews of AAC services and full workshops to campus groups. Individual study habit consultations can help students analyze their own study patterns and learn where and how to improve.

Phone: 248.204.4120
Fax: 248.204.4129