Questions and Answers
Q: What are
your office hours?
During the summer we are open
4:30 p.m. During the school year we are open
Monday -Thursday 8 a.m.- 9 p.m., Friday 8 a.m.- 5 p.m., Sunday 5 p.m.- 9 p.m.
What types of services do you offer?
Our services include, but are not limited to, the following:
Tutoring, Academic Coaching, Supplemental Instruction,
Student Success Workshops, and more.
Do I need to make an appointment for
tutoring services are on a first-come, first-serve basis.
See the Tutoring Page for more information.
Q: Who are
The CSA's tutors
are Salisbury University students who have excelled in the
courses and topics they offer. All of our tutors
are faculty-recommended and have been trained in tutoring techniques
to help you succeed!
Q: If I
need help with time management, study skills, etc. can the CSA
Absolutely. We offer both workshops
and one-on-one Academic Coaching sessions
with our Graduate Assistants. Workshops
and Academic Coaching both offer specific and specialized
help with a variety of student success topics, such as study
strategies, test taking strategies, time management skills,
motivation, and note taking. To
request a workshop (for a group) or an Academic Coaching
appointment (for individual students), call the CSA.
How long are the workshops?
Like Academic Coaching meetings, workshops vary in length from 30 to 60 minutes. We are
happy to come out to the residence halls to offer workshops as
well. Ask your R.A.
to set up a workshop for your floor!
Q: How do I
make an appointment?
To make an appointment
(410) 677-4865 during our office hours
or stop by our
office, room 213 in the GUC.
Q: How much
do your services cost?
All our services are free!
If I have questions about advising where do I go?
Check on GullNet
to see who your advisor is and make an appointment with your
advisor. If you are still deciding on a major, come to the
CSA or stop by Career Services.
We'd both be glad to help!
Q: Can I
get help with my writing skills?
The University Writing Center across the hall in GUC 206
can help you with all your writing needs.
May I use the computers?
Yes! As long as they are not in use for training or
tutoring sessions, they may be used by all students.