College of Arts and Sciences Tutoring

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is dedicated to ensuring that its students have the resources they need to excel academically. Students who need academic assistance can receive free tutoring at times convenient to them at one of several labs on the Daytona Beach Campus.

Academic Advancement Center

The A² Center is your direct connection to academic support. The A² Center provides free tutoring and Supplemental Instruction (SI) to all students in a convenient location on the Daytona Beach Campus in the College of Arts and Sciences.

The A² Center specializes in general education tutoring, specifically for students needing assistance in math, physics, chemistry, engineering sciences, introduction to engineering, engineering, biology, Matlab, and writing. And it is all available to you for free. Math and Physics tutoring is available on a drop-in basis. The Writing Center offers appointments; however, walk-ins are welcome based on availability.

Specialized Tutoring Labs


The Academic Advancement Center provides tutoring in Computing for Engineers (EGR-115), Statics (ES-201), Solid Mechanics (ES-202), Dynamics (ES-204), and Fluid Mechanics (ES-206). The Engineering Sciences (ES) and EGR-115 tutoring is available in COAS Room 104.

Humanities & Communications

The Writing Center — directed by Dr. Jessica McKee and located in COAS Room 105 — is a free tutoring service for students who want to improve their writing with the help of trained student tutors. The tutors neither write nor edit student papers. Instead, they work one-on-one with students, explaining strengths and weaknesses and offering advice about changes and corrections. Students should be sure to allow sufficient time between a tutoring session and an assignment's due date in order to revise and edit their papers as needed.

Appointments, though not required, are encouraged and can be made by calling 386-226-6638.


The Mathematics Lab is directed by Professor Irene Mojica. The Math Lab provides students the resources necessary to succeed in their study of mathematics. Assistance is provided by a select group of undergraduate and graduate students. The use of the lab is encouraged and is free of charge to all Embry-Riddle students.

The Math Lab is located in COAS Room 103. The lab's primary mission is to help students enrolled in 100- and 200-level math courses.

Note: Supplemental Instruction (SI) sessions for specific courses (MA111, MA112, MA 140/142/145, MA241, MA 242, and MA 243) are held in COAS Room 107 and 108 in the evenings; please contact Professor Mojica at (386) 226-7184 for specific hours.

Physical Sciences

The Physics/Chemistry Tutor Lab — directed by Dr. Katharina Moran and located in COAS Room 102 — offers free tutoring in physics and chemistry to any Embry-Riddle student. No appointment is necessary.

Note: We also offer Supplemental Instruction (SI) for specific first-year courses. For times and availability, speak to your professor.

Contact Us

Jan Collins, MS
Associate Dean, Director of Academic Advancement Center

Hours of Operation

Fall and Spring
Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Friday : 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: 6 p.m.-9 p.m.

Summer A & B Hours
Monday-Thursday: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.