At Park University, your success is our success.
Our services are free and available to all Park students. We have in-person and virtual resources. Current students may schedule an appointment with a tutor, mentor, or study group.
- Academic Success Center
- The Academic Success Center is located in the Academic Underground Mabee Learning Center, Room MA232 (across from the bookstore).
Our writing tutors can help with papers assigned in all subjects. Our tutors can help you at any stage of the writing process, from first draft through final paper. Our tutors help students with citation styles and formatting and are great working with students who are still learning English.
Writing help is available face-to-face, in real-time video conference, and through our online paper drop-off service. Current students may schedule an appointment with a tutor, mentor, or study group.
Learn to study smarter, not harder. Our mentors help students to get motivated, set goals, effectively communicate with instructors, and help guide students on choosing a major.
Here you can schedule an in-person or virtual meeting with a Park University Mentor.
Click here to learn more about StepUP Mentors.
We are pleased to provide academic accommodations and support for our students with documented disabilities. For more information about learner access and disability services, please see Disability Guidelines to learn how to request services and submit documentation.
Our Testing Center provides many services for Park University students, including placement testing for new students and make-up exams for students who have missed an exam. Our proctor will also provide testing accommodations for students with disabilities. We also proctor standardized tests like CLEP, DSST, MoGEA, and proctored exams for students of other colleges for a proctoring fee. For more information or to make an appointment, please see the Testing Center.
The mission of the Park University Academic Success Center is to encourage and help students achieve academic excellence during their studies at Park by helping them learn to think critically, communicate effectively, and become independent learners in order that they may engage in lifelong learning and better serve a global community.