Academic Support


Since Presbyterian College is a small institution, students have the unique opportunity to get to know their professors. If you find yourself struggling in a subject, first and foremost, speak to your professor and your academic advisor. PC professors are interested in your success and they are generous with their time and expertise.

Take advantage of the many avenues for help offered at PC. Everyone here wants you to succeed!

Peer Tutoring

The Peer Tutoring Program is a service of Presbyterian College designed to help those students who are having difficulties in a course for any reason. Peer tutors are undergraduates who have performed well in specific courses and who have been trained in tutoring policies and techniques. Our peer tutoring program is available as a free service to all Presbyterian College students.

To get a tutor, simply contact the Academic Success Coordinator who can assign a tutor qualified to help with the specific difficulties you are encountering.


Mrs. Tricia Nolan
Coordinator for Academic Success
206 Springs

Athletes contact:

Ms. Megan Trimpe
Coordinator Athletic Academic Services
112 Templeton


If you are interested in becoming a tutor, contact either Ms. Trimpe or Mrs. Nolan for more information.

Writing Center

For help with written assignments, use the Writing Center in Neville 206. The tutors at the writing center are specially trained to help with academic writing in all subjects. To make an appointment use

Math Study Sessions are offered most Tuesday/ Thursday nights from 8 to 9:30 in Harrington-Peachtree room 315.

Other departments run study sessions as needed. Be sure to ask your professor if there is a study session before tests, and make sure you attend!