Academic Skills Center

Academic Skills Center

The Academic Skills Center provides University of Richmond students with support that will enhance their academic experience and personal development. The Center assists students in understanding and learning ways to improve their cognitive skills, thus maximizing their collegiate experience.

In-Person and Remote Tutoring are Available

Tutoring sessions can be made by emailing the tutor with whom you would like to work from your UR email address. The peer-tutors available for appointments are listed in the Box file: Tutors. To make an appointment, you must email the tutor from your UR email address and set up a time for your tutoring session to take place.

Roger Mancastroppa and Hope Walton are available for appointments in Academic and Life Skills (e.g. exam preparation, critical reading/thinking, information conceptualization, stress management, time management, etc.). To learn more about these skills, please visit our Academic Skills Coaching page. To request an appointment with Roger Mancastroppa or Hope Walton, please email them with your available times and your preference for either an in-person or Zoom appointment.

Annual Student Contacts

2011–2012

3948

2012–2013

4157

2013–2014

4294

2014–2015

4392

2015–2016

4675

2016–2017

4910

2017–2018

4986

2018–2019

5283

2019–2020

4920

2020–2021

3903

Academic Skills Center Appointments

1848

Fall 2020 appointments

2055

Spring 2021 appointments