Center for Learning And Student Success 

The Center for Learning And Student Success (CLASS) provides a variety of programs to help students engage, achieve and excel at FAU and prepare for a future of lifelong learning. Please click here to view our full mission statement, vision and values.

Our Programs

Learning Communities - Open to only first-year students, learning communities help students make a fast, smooth and easy transition to FAU.

Supplemental Instruction (SI) - SI is a series of FREE weekly peer-facilitated study sessions for students taking historically difficult courses.

Tutoring - Small group tutoring is available for a variety of undergraduate courses. Most of our FREE peer-led tutoring sessions are appointment-based and take place in the Center for Teaching And Learning.

eTutoring - In collaboration with the Center for eLearning, CLASS offers FREE eTutoring for students enrolled in some of FAU's most difficult online courses. 

eSuccess - In an effort to foster online student success, our eSuccess services are designed to address the needs of both novice and seasoned online learners.

CLASS collaborates with a variety of partner offices at FAU to support programs such as Jump Start, Up Owl Night and the Passport to Student Success Conference.

***Apply below for this great NEW opportunity by June 1, 2016***

JS Peer Educator

  • Are you a current FAU student with a minimum 3.0 GPA (undergraduate student with 60+ credits or graduate student)?
  • Do you have a desire to help first-year students succeed?
  • Do you want to receive training and support on effective group mentoring and facilitation strategies?
  • Are you interested in co-leading a class of approximately 20 first-year students and building connections across FAU?
  • Are you available this fall 2016 for mandatory training - Friday-Saturday, August 19-20th AND on Tuesdays 4-5:50pm and Thursdays 5-5:50pm throughout the fall term?

If you answered yes to these questions, we invite you to CLICK HERE to learn more and apply today! Applications are due by June 1, 2016.

 

 



Center for Teaching and Learning

 Last Modified 4/20/16