As an institutional effort to enhance student success, Preparation, Resource, and Information for Success, Excellence, and Merit (TuSIC) is revered as a leader among leaders in assisting student to achieve star power. Students who value academic integration* should see TuSIC as a guide to achieving excellence. Under the direction of years of service in helping students arrive at graduation status, TuSIC helps students to achieve an academic identity. Participation is strongly recommended to achieve graduation status.
The Bowie State University TuSIC Tutoring Center was established in 1996 under the sponsorship of the Model Institutions for Excellence Initiative. TuSIC is the acronym for "Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction Center." The center has two locations: the Computer Science Building, Suite 107, and the Thurgood Marshall Library Annex, 1st Floor.
The TuSIC Center seeks to provide a centralized and systematic approach to aid the academic supplemental needs of all students enrolled in undergraduate courses at Bowie State University.
Tutors in the TuSIC Center are both students and faculty who have an interest in the academic success of our students. Student peer tutors expressed an interest, applied for, and have been selected to serve upon recommendation of their department chair. Peer tutors must:
Peer tutors provide the following modes of tutoring throughout the semester:
BSU students and faculty can also benefit from our:
TuSIC Tutoring Center - COSC Bldg, Room 107
Monday-Thursday 9:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Friday 9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Saturday 9:30 a.m.- 12:00 PM
TuSIC Tutoring Center Annex-Thurgood Marshall Library, 1st Floor
Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
Contact us at (301) 860-3999 or click here to request a session electronically.
Ms. Lathiena A. Manning
SEM Student Support Coordinator
Model Institutions for Excellence Initiative