Tutoring and Academic Support is a unit within the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education. We are conveniently located on the second floor of the G. Wayne Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons, Suite 283. We also manage the Tutoring Reception Desk in Suite 273.
Some of our programs and services include:
1-to-1 Tutoring is an appointment-based tutoring service available to all undergraduate students and covers 200+ different courses but primarily 1000- and 2000-level courses.
PLUS (Peer-Led Undergraduate Study) sessions help students enrolled in traditionally challenging courses learn in a relaxed, collaborative environment.
Drop-In Tutoring is offered in many high-demand subjects for walk-up help from course TAs and tutors.
Learning Assistant Program brings active learning to the classroom.
Meet our Team
Dr. Linda Green
Dr. Green has been involved in STEM undergraduate education and academic support for 15 years as a faculty member and administrator.
Dr. Green has been involved in STEM undergraduate education and academic support for 14 years as a faculty member and administrator. She earned her Ph.D. in Biology at the University of Virginia and her BA in Environmental and Evolutionary Biology at Dartmouth College. Her professional career has been devoted to undergraduate student success, and she has a strong track record of developing active teaching and learning initiatives that promote student engagement and well-being, particularly within STEM disciplines. Most recently, she was a teaching professor at Georgetown, and prior to that, served as a senior academic professional in Georgia Tech’s School of Biological Sciences from 2008 to 2016.
Justin earned a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Dalton State College and an Master’s of Science in Mathematics from Georgia Tech.
Justin Boone earned a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Dalton State College and an Master’s of Science in Mathematics from Georgia Tech. Prior to joining the Center for Academic Success, he worked in Georgia Tech’s School of Math as a graduate teaching assistant. Justin has been an instructor for learning support mathematics and leads the ITTPC CRLA certified training course. He strives to maximize the benefits that students receive from their college experience.
Outside of work, Justin’s interests include reading, camping, fishing, and learning.
Stephanie is a Lecturer with TAS and the School of Mathematics at Georgia Tech, where she teaches College Algebra and Pre-Calculus courses. She coordinates the Learning Assistants program.
Stephanie Reikes earned her Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering from The University of Iowa and her Master of Science in Mathematics from Florida State University. Stephanie has been working in higher education for over 7 years. She has held positions at The Ohio State University and Southern Methodist University. Most recently she came from Georgia State University where she was a Student Development Specialist. She specializes in working with student of all backgrounds, including at-risk students, students with disabilities, and student-athletes. Stephanie enjoys helping students create a strong math foundation.
Stephanie Reikes currently dual reports as a Lecturer to Tutoring & Academic Support and the School of Mathematics at Georgia Tech where she teaches College Algebra and Pre-Calculus courses. In addition, she is in charge of the Math Lab.
In her free time, she enjoys traveling, taking dance classes and working out.
Stephanie earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Georgia State University. She oversees the PLUS program.
Stephanie Tran earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Georgia State University. Prior to joining Georgia Tech, she served as the Supplemental Instruction Coordinator at Georgia State University. Stephanie is passionate about student success and fostering student relations with students of various backgrounds.
At Georgia Tech, Stephanie is responsible for coordinating the PLUS (Peer-Led Undergraduate Study Sessions) program. In addition, she co-teaches CETL 2001.
Stephanie is fluent in both Vietnamese and English. In her free time, Stephanie enjoys relaxing at home with her husband, Ben, and their dog, Sophie. Additionally, she also enjoys eating lots of food, drinking lots of bubble tea, and traveling.
Erica Chaviano earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies with a minor in Organizational Leadership and her Master’s of Science in Higher Education Administration from Buffalo State College in upstate New York. She oversees the 1-to-1 Tutoring and Drop-In Tutoring programs.
Prior to joining the Georgia Tech team, Erica worked in the Office of Housing and Residence Life as a Housing Supervisor for 5 years at Valdosta State University. Working with underrepresented student leaders and cultivating opportunities for students to feel supported, safe, and connected are Erica’s reasons for the work she does. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends and taking recommendations for new shows to binge!
From the Director
“Welcome to Georgia Tech’s Tutoring and Academic Support programs, where students take academic achievement to the next level. Within our programs, you will find peer-led supplemental instruction and peer tutoring services that provide the skills and strategies to help you excel. We also work closely with the office Undergraduate Advising and Transition to ensure that you receive the guidance you need as you negotiate Georgia Tech’s rigorous degree requirements and prepare for your career.
Graduating from Georgia Tech is an exhilarating journey, which can be made easier and more enjoyable with the help of your community. We have the resources and staff to help make your journey to graduation easier and more rewarding.
Please stop by to learn more. We’re conveniently located in Clough Commons, just beyond the Starbucks. We’re eager to hear from you and to discover new ways to help you reach the finish line.”
– Dr. Linda Green