Academic Resources from the ARC

The ARC provides a a variety of academic support options for CUAA students. This includes course specific tutoring, writing and math support, collegiate study skills, and other targeted academic support to ensure our students have all the support they need to succeed. 

These resources are available to any CUAA student who can come to an appointment on campus. Most of the appointment availability is between 8:00 AM and 8:00 PM Monday through Friday. 

Students can sign up for these services online! Go to tutortrac.cuw.edu or click the button below to get started. View instructions for TutorTrac.

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Make-Up Testing in the ARC Testing Center

Effective Fall 2019, all make-up testing for CUAA courses will be proctored through the Academic Resource Center (ARC) Testing Center. 

With this change, there are some steps both faculty and students will need to follow to arrange for make-up testing in the ARC.

Faculty:

When a make-up test is needed for a course, you will need to submit our Make-Up Testing Agreement as soon as possible. To complete this form, please click the following link:  Faculty Make-Up Testing Agreement Form.

Copies of all make-up testing materials must be submitted to the Testing Center at least 24 hours before the make-up exam time. These should be emailed to ARCtesting@cuaa.edu or placed in the black dropbox outside of the Testing Center.

Students:

When you need to schedule an appointment for a make-up exam, you MUST submit our Make-Up Testing Student Registration Form. This should be submitted as soon as possible. To complete this form, please click on the following link:  Make-Up Testing Student Registration Form.

The Testing Center is open Monday – Friday, between the hours of 8:00AM – 5:00PM, with extended hours available during finals week. If alternate hours are needed outside of finals week, requests may be approved on an as-needed basis.

PLEASE NOTE: Accommodated testing for students registered with Accessibility Services remains the same. There will be no changes to this process. Please visit the Accessibility Services page of our website for more information or contact Dr. Tori Negash at tori.negash@cuaa.edu

Providing Resources and Opportunities for Student Performance, Engagement, and Retention (PROSPER)

The Academic Resource Center at Concordia University Ann Arbor (CUAA) is committed to providing the services, programs, and supports all students need so they can grow into independent learners and adjust to life as a college student. Sometimes, the adjustment to college can be a challenge, and the path towards a degree strays from a straight line into one with a few jagged points. This is where the PROSPER program comes in. 

PROSPER is a student success ministry committed to helping students struggling academically to establish the foundation necessary for success as they pursue Concordia’s mission of developing in Mind, Body, and Spirit for service to Christ in the church and world. The program is designed to increase student engagement, both academic and social, so as to enrich the CUAA educational experience, while fostering deeper, and more meaningful learning.

Through one-on-one, weekly meetings and group workshops, PROSPER coaches use a standardized curriculum to assist students in the development of 16 critical academic skills, including time-management, study strategies, and academic resilience. Coaches commit to the holistic development of the students through providing not only comprehensive academic support, but also focusing on the development, implementation, and fulfillment of career and vocational goals. Individualized coaching and the content delivered via group workshops empowers students with the skills necessary to successfully progress toward their degree, to be workforce ready upon graduation, and to flourish spiritually, socially, and economically. 

Questions?

Please contact the ARC with any questions about our academic services or to schedule an appointment.

Phone: 734-995-7460
Email: ARC@cuaa.edu