Academic Collegiate Enhancement (ACE)
Basement of the West Dining Center
Academic Collegiate Enhancement (ACE) is a free academic support program available to all enrolled undergraduate students. Whether you would like help with homework, tips on studying for an exam, or strategies for taking notes, ACE can help you achieve your academic goals.
How can ACE help me?
ACE tutors are available to help you in a variety of subjects, including Accounting, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering courses, Math, Microbiology, Physics, Psychology, Statistics, and many others.
ACE tutors are also able to help you develop a personal learning plan to make the most of your time, provide study tips, or help you find the right resources on campus.
Is there any charge for using ACE?
ACE is completely FREE to all NDSU undergraduate students. Additionally, all students are eligible to use the ACE program, as there are no qualifications for ACE.
How do I use ACE?
ACE is located in the basement of the West Dining Center. There is no need to make an appointment with a tutor, as it is a drop-in tutoring service. Be sure to check the schedule to see when the subject you want is tutored.
What are the hours ACE is open?
ACE is open Fall and Spring semesters during the following hours:
Sunday, 7:00 - 10:00pm
Monday - Thursday, 9:00am - 10:00pm
Friday, 9:00am - 4:00pm
Questions or concerns about ACE?
Contact: Angela Seewald-Marquardt, Learning Services/Orientation Coordinator
Office: West Dining Center 20 (lower level)
Phone: (701) 231-5554
Where is ACE?
ACE is located in room 20 of the West Dining Center on the northwest side of the NDSU campus. A map is available here.