All student academic support services are available for all students! Tutoring, Math Hub, Bio Hub, writing support, and research consultations are available. Appointments may be scheduled online. General questions about student academic support services may also be sent to

Get help from an academic support librarian! We can help you choose a research topic, search library and web resources, evaluate sources, as well as manage and cite your sources.

The General Academic Tutoring Center (GATC) offers free tutoring in a variety of subjects to undergraduate students on the Stockton campus. GATC tutors are sophomores, juniors, seniors, or graduate students who have succeeded academically with a B+ or better in the class they are tutoring or have been recommended by their Professors. 

Student-Athlete Services provides the necessary resources to assist student-athletes in reaching their full potential academically, athletically, personally, and professionally. 

Math Hub provides drop-in math tutoring for students in MATH 4 through MATH 53 (calculus series); MATH 35 and MATH 37 (statistics). Bio Hub provides drop-in assistance for BIOL 51 and BIOL 61.

The Writing Center serves both graduate and undergraduate students across all three campuses by operating in-person and online writing support to provide support for students. The Writing Center offers workshops, class/discipline-specific presentations, writing courses, and one-on-one consultations.

For Students

  • Peer feedback from trained consultants for all students and stages of the writing process available in synchronous, asynchronous, virtual, and in-person formats (in-person consultations at Stockton and Sacramento campuses) 
  • Just-in-time materials and resources available online
  • Communities of practices for Masters and Doctoral Candidates
  • Employment and professionalization opportunities
  • Writing spaces and materials (limited)

For Faculty

  • Pre-scheduled Student Writing Center Orientations
  • Feedback on writing prompts and assignments
  • Short, in-class writing workshops
  • Committee and campus involvement
  • Watch the CTL schedule for workshops on writing pedagogy and assessment