For issues related to advising, please view the HSS Advising Resources for Students.
Here are some offices across campus that are available with resources to help you succeed academically and professionally:
The Accessibility Resource Center supports students with access barriers, learning differences, and disabilities. Please visit their website to learn more about requesting accommodations.
“Our center supports the College’s mission by fostering an environment that encourages students’ career development through academic, leadership and experiential education.”
Study Abroad 101
This weekly information session hosted by CGE is a quick half-hour session where students will get the basics on the study abroad process. In addition, CGE will cover program coursework/internship opportunities including research & program identification using our online program directory, online application system and academic goal setting.
Students can see upcoming session dates & registration information here.
Study Abroad & Virtual Program Advisement
The CGE advising staff continues to meet virtually on an individual basis with students who need help in planning & narrowing down their study abroad options or are ready to start the application process. Current health, safety and travel requirements are discussed in more detail as they continue to vary country to country. Students can request an individual advising appointment here.
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CSS is the Center for Student Success. The Center was established to provide all students with access to personalized coaching and advisement with the goal of strengthening their academic performance and promoting student success and retention. The staff is dedicated to the academic success and development of the whole student. You can make an appointment with any CSS advisor to strengthen your academic skills (time management, study skills, note taking, etc). We also serve as supplemental advisors, so we can assist in understanding your liberal learning requirements, PAWS, or academic requirements. Finally, CSS houses the Pride Mentoring Program, a mentorship program for underrepresented students on campus. The CSS contact us page has links to make appointments with advisors, and the CSS website has more information about our services and academic success workshops, and an interactive annual Academic Planner.
The Tutoring Center provides services that facilitate TCNJ students’ learning and persistence as they meet academic challenges throughout their academic careers.
1) Commonly Tutored HSS Courses:
The Tutoring Center offers single or weekly recurring individual and group tutoring sessions in content and writing for courses across all seven Schools, depending on tutor availability and demand. Tutoring services are offered free for registered TCNJ students throughout the spring and fall semesters, except eTutoring, which is also available during winter and summer sessions.
Typically, tutoring is available for most entry level and some upper-level courses. If students do not see a course listed on our tutor scheduling platform, WCOnline, we recommend that they reach out directly to their professor and/or put the requested course on our waiting list on the Tutoring Services page of the Tutoring Center website. Alternatively, students may email the Tutoring Center with requests for tutoring not currently being offered.
2) How to Access Tutoring:
- Individual and group tutoring sessions in course content and/or writing are available during the fall and spring semesters whenever classes are in session
- All tutoring services are free for registered TCNJ students
To schedule individual and group tutoring appointments: Follow instructions here to register for and access our online scheduling platform, WCOnline. For more details on access and use, see our How to Apply for a Tutor Guide, which is also available on the Tutoring Services page of the Tutoring Center website
- Location of tutoring Fall, 2021, is TBD. Please check the Tutoring Center website and Instagram @tcnjtc for updates
- eTutoring for writing and course content through the NE e-Tutoring Consortium is available free to all registered TCNJ students whenever classes are in session. For more details on eTutoring, see eTutoring FAQ
3) How to Become a Tutor
Peer tutoring at TCNJ is a paid, flexible, and gratifying campus job! The Tutoring Center hires peer tutors once a year during the spring semester for the following academic year. All tutors for AY 2021-22 have been hired. Recruiting for tutoring AY 2022-23 will begin in late February/early March, 2022. Information sessions for students interested in becoming a peer tutor are held in early March. Requirements for becoming a peer tutor (including mandatory tutor training during fall semester of the year you will be tutoring) and a recording of the Information Session held 3/4/21 are available on our Become a Tutor website page. Please check our website and Instagram @tcnjtc starting in February 2022 for dates and deadlines!
The College publishes all policies in an on-line manual. If you have questions or concerns about interpreting a policy, reach out to your academic advisor or relevant office on campus.
Please be aware that the College has specific policies regarding course grade appeals:
“A student who wishes to file a written grade appeal must inform the department chair within a period of fifteen calendar days after meeting with the instructor of the course. In cases where the student was unable to establish contact with the professor, a written appeal must be filed with the department chair within thirty calendar days after the end of the semester in which
the grade was posted. For the purposes of grade appeals, “end of the semester” is defined as the last day that grades are due in a given term. This date can be found on the TCNJ academic calendar. In cases where grades are submitted after the official deadline, a student may file a grievance up to thirty days after the grade is posted.” The full policy can be found here: Grade Appeal.