Academic Engagement 

Students engaged in the classroom

Academic Engagement

At Marian University, we recognize that you are intellectually curious. To assist in your success, the Office of Academic Engagement offers a variety of services to help you meet your academic needs, including Peer Tutoring, Supplemental Instruction, Organized Study Groups, Student Success Seminars, and Academic Success Coaching.

Located in Clare Hall-119, we focus on student-centered and student-lead learning. From supplemental instruction to peer tutoring, our purpose is to help you meet your academic goals in an educational, relaxed, and nonthreatening environment. All of our student leaders are specially trained of help you comprehend course material, apply new study strategies, and effectively prepare for exams.

I believe that all students at Marian University can benefit from our exceptional services and encourage you to take advantage of these FREE resources!

Jennifer Plumlee

Director of Academic Engagement


Learn More About Success Coaching

Need help with time management, preparing for exams, or how to talk to a faculty member? Academic Success Coaching might be a great resource for you. To learn more, please contact Jennifer Plumlee at or 317.955.6595.

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onlineThe last day to request a tutor for the spring semester is April 10, 2015

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