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Student Success Coaching

  • Student Success Coaching is a personalized meeting with a trained academic coach who can help you improve your skills and performance. Working with your academic coach can help you study smarter by developing skills such as time management, goals setting and other skills. It is important to note that academic coaches are not academic advisors, meaning that your conversations with your coaches will focus more on building time management skills, learning strategies, and contacting you with other offices on campus as needed.

Online Tutoring

  • For our online students, we offer tutoring through Tutor.com. This is a service that is paid for by the school. Tutor.com allows you to access tutors 24 hours a day, seven days a week for free. Tutor.com offers tutoring for various classes and subjects, including study skills and essay drop off.
  • Please only access Tutor.com via Canvas. If you attempt to access the Tutor.com website without going through Canvas, you will be asked to provide payment information. Each student is allotted 500 minutes of tutoring per semester. Should you need more minutes in a session, please email: studentsuccess@indianatech.edu

Courses supported by Tutor.com:

  • ACC 1010 – Accounting Principles
  • ACC 2140 – Managerial Accounting
  • ACC 2200 – Intermediate Accounting I
  • ACC 2240 – Intermediate Accounting II
  • ACC 2300 – Intermediate Accounting
  • ACC 2400 – Cost Accounting
  • ACC 2500 – Individual Income Tax
  • ACC 3300 – Auditing
  • BIO 1000 – Introductory Biology
  • CS 1350 – Computer Science II
  • EET 1300 – Digital Circuits I
  • ECON 2200 – Macroeconomics
  • ECON 2210 – Microeconomics
  • EM 2010 – Statics
  • ENG 1100 – Introduction to College Writing
  • ENG 1252 – English Composition I
  • ENG 1272 – English Composition II
  • ENG 2322 – Research Writing
  • FIN 3600 – Corporate Finance
  • HEA 7005 – Writing Assistance
  • OLHE 7005 – Writing Assistance
  • OLM 7003 – Writing Assistance
  • HIT 1100 – Medical Billing and Coding
  • HIT 1200 – Intro to Health Information Management
  • HIT 1350 – Medical Billing and Coding
  • HIT 1450 – Medical Billing and Coding
  • HIT 1550 – Medical Billing and Coding
  • HIT 2550 – Medical Billing and Coding
  • HUM 2520EOL – Art History
  • HUM 2730EOL – Intro to Philosophy
  • HUM 3710EOL – Intro to Ethics
  • MIS 1300 – Software Tools – MS Excel Help
  • MIS 1300 – Software Tools – MS PowerPoint Help
  • MIS 1300 – Software Tools – MS Word Help
  • MBA 5050 – Executive Leadership
  • MBA 5120 – Managerial Economics
  • MBA 5125 – Economic Decision Making for Managers
  • MBA 5125 – Economic Decision Making for Managers
  • MBA 5130 – Managerial Accounting
  • MBA 5140 – Accounting and Finance Decision Making for Managers
  • MBA 5200 – Financial Management
  • MBA 5210 – Business Statistics
  • CS 2010 – Discrete Mathematics
  • MA 1000 – Foundations of College Mathematics
  • MA 1005 – Foundations of Mathematics I
  • MA 1010 – Basic Algebra
  • MA 1015 – Intro to Technical Mathematics
  • MA 1020 – Mathematical Problem Solving I
  • MA 1021 – Intermediate Algebra
  • MA 1025 – Mathematical Problem Solving II
  • MA 1030 – Applied College Algebra
  • MA 1035 – College Algebra
  • MA 1050 – Geometry for Educators
  • MA 1055 – Applied Trigonometry
  • MA 1060 – Trigonometry
  • MA 1090 – Pre-Calculus
  • MA 1100 – Applied Calculus I
  • MA 1110 – Calculus II
  • MA 1200 – Calculus I
  • MA 1210 – Calculus II
  • MA 1520 – Mathematics for Elementary Teachers
  • MA 2010 – Fundamentals of Statistics
  • MA 2025 – Statistical Problem-Solving
  • MA 2100 – Differential Equations and Linear Algebra
  • MA 2150 – Linear Algebra
  • MA 2200 – Calculus III
  • MA 2300 – Differential Equations
  • MA 2430 – Probability and Statistics for Engineers
  • MSOL 7400 – Leadership Project I – Writing Help
  • OL 3300 – Quantitative Decision-Making
  • OL 3400 – Financial Systems for Decision Making – Finance Help
  • OL 3400 – Financial Systems for Decision Making- Accounting Help
  • PH 1100 – Fundamentals of Physics
  • PH 1300 – General Physics I
  • PH 2100 – Fundamentals of Physics II
  • PH 2300 – General Physics II
  • RES 7000 – Research Methods
  • RES 7000 – Writing Help
  • RES 7011 – Research Methods
  • RES 7011 – Writing Help
  • RES 7012 – Research Methods
  • RES 7012 – Writing Help
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Warrior Way Program – Probation Program

  • The Warrior Way Program is a program offered by the Office of Student Success for students who are on academic probation. In this program, students will work closely with Student Success Coaches to help them get back into good academic standing. In the session after being placed on academic probation, your Student Success Coach will reach out to get more information about your goals and what happened that led to academic probation. During that semester, the student success coach will work with you to help develop some strategies to help you with your academic rebound. 
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