KSU Instructors: Below you will find resources specifically to help you get familiar with the SMART Center and relay this information to your students.
SMART Center Visit Request form: Fill this form out to have someone from the SMART Center come to your class and give a quick (10 minute) presentation about the Centers and how they are beneficial to the students.
Syllabus Text: Below is a sample paragraph that can be included in your syllabus or D2L that gives students basic information on the center.
The SMART Center
The KSU Science and Math Academic Resources and Tutoring Center is an open resource for all KSU students. The SMART Centers are located on both main campuses, in Library 433 in Kennesaw and in Norton Hall (R2) 174 in Marietta. SMART Centers provide free tutoring in STEM course - Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, and Engineering as well as the Humanities and Social Sciences. Tutoring is provided on a first-come first-serve basis and no appointments are needed. Specific hours and tutor schedules can be found on our website SMART.kennesaw.edu