Come sit with a tutor today, and plan for a better future tomorrow

student working with a tutor

The Academic Support Center offers tutoring with both peer (student) and professional (degree) tutors. The ASC is a free resource for all VUJ students. The schedule changes each semester and is posted outside the center and around campus. Use the ASC Appointment Request Form to meet with a tutor. Email questions to Ask a Tutor at To submit a paper for review (not editing) use the ASC Online Tutoring Request Form. To make an appointment for a make-up test or for questions, call 812‑481‑5914.

Our computers are available for research, printing, or homework help. Some computers have software programs to practice math, grammar, and office skills. PDFs of web resources by subject as well as MLA and APA templates can be copied for use on students' computers.

Students can borrow Math CDs or can watch videos on a variety of topics, such as note taking, study skills, test anxiety, and more in the lab. Copies of the APA and MLA style books are available for use in the center. VIsit us in JCCB, Room 136 and in CTIM, Room 140.


Angie Valuch ~ Academic Support Center Director
Vincennes University Jasper ~ 812‑481‑5914

Accuplacer Review and Practice

The Retest Review includes written and video problems with solutions for Numbers & Quantities, Algebraic Expressions, and Problem Solving. For the Practice Problems and Practice Test, come to the ASC for the answers to all the problems.

Retest Review 

Practice Problems

Practice Problems Odd Solutions

Practice Test


Meet Our Tutors

Professional Tutors


Angie has worked in education for most of her not so young life. She has worked her way through community college attending here at VUJ. Pushing onward, she completed two bachelor's degrees at Oakland City University, and a Master's Degree from the University of Evansville. As you can tell, she loves acedemia and it made perfect sense to work in the higher education field. You can find her in the ASC if you need assistance with Study Skills, Computers, Communication, testing, advising, are a student in her classes, and pretty much anything that you have questions about.


Gaylene spent her teaching career working in four states with students ranging in age from pre-school to adult. Though retired, she fills her time with a multitude of volunteer opportunities, traveling, tennis, pickleball, volleyball, hiking, eating chocolate, and, of course,  being a part of the ASC. She enjoys working with the students at VUJ in Math, English, and Study Skills. Her hope is to help them develop skills that will be valuable not only in their coursework, but also in their lifelong learning journey. If she could have one superpower, it would be time-travel because, "Just think how many more interesting places there are to see! And, how cool would it be to witness historical events as they happen!"

Jessica and Roxy

Jessica is an Alabama native who, inexplicably, doesn't have a Southern accent. She recently graduated with her M. A. in English from the University of Louisville and now lives in Jasper with her husband, their cat, and their dog. While she loves to collaborate with students on writing projects, job applications, and resumes, you should also drop by to talk to her about Public Speaking, Psychology, Anatomy & Physiology, Basic Math, or Study Skills. If she could have any super power, she would choose telekinesis.


Marilyn played Division I basketball while she earned a Bachelor's Degree in BIology at the University of Louisville. She also holds a Master's Degree from Western Kentucky University. She has worked in the public sector as well as in education throughout her career. Her teaching career includes stints at public and private schools in three different states. Marilyn enjoys spending her free time with her family and friends, walking her energetic beagle dogs, and experiencing nature.


Maryla has been a VUJ tutor for over 20 years, and has used computers since before there were PCs. Coming from the East Coast, she appreciates Southern Indiana's mild climate and friendly people. As a sculptor and jewelry artist, she is a creative problem solver. She can help you with Accounting, Business Math, Computers, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Programming, Web Page Design, and most of whatever else comes up. "Keep smiling! It makes people wonder what you've been up to."

Peer Tutors
Selena, is a first year college student born and raised in the cornfields of Indiana. She spent the last year working at a horse barn in Upstate New York. She came back to Indiana to attend college and continue her education. She plans to transfer to Purdue University in the fall to pursue the career of Veterinary Technician. She is avilable in the ASC for help in Chemistry, Psychology, Speech, and Math. IN her free time Selena enjoys traveling, exploring, and adventuring. Her goal is to travel to all 50 states before she turns 25. Only 23 more to go!


Tutoring Hours

Spring 2018 Tutoring Hours
      Revised January 29, 2018

Did you know...

You can email the Academic Support Center tutoring staff with tutoring questions! If you are off campus and have a question, you can email and a tutoring staff member will assist you. 

Contact Us

Tutors are available during posted hours. You can request an appointment with a tutor by filling out and emailing this form:
ASC Tutoring Request Form

To have a paper reviewed (not edited) via email, fill out and email this form along with your paper:
ASC Online Tutoring Request Form

For questions via email, contact us at: 

For make-up testing appointments call: 812-481-5914

Essay & Research Paper Style Templates

A note from the ASC

Tips to be successful at college from the ASC


1. Know what your school resources are and utilize them including the Academic Support Center

2. Use your time management skills-this includes using schedules and day planners

3. Schedule regular study times- know when to say no to your friends and family in order to finish your schoolwork

4. Set Goals- Set small goals for finishing homework and then set larger goals for completing classes

5. Know oneself- Only you understand what you are trying to achieve and what it will take you to accomplish your objectives

6.  Attend all of your classes

7. Take great notes in class- Most professors provide strong clues about what is important and what you will be tested on

8. Join a Study Group

9. Participate in extracurricular activities on campus-studies prove students that are involved on campus actually make better grades

10. After you have attended all your classes and finished all your homework for the week treat yourself to some free time!



"Come sit with a tutor today and plan for a better future tomorrow"  Angie