Keiser University

Center for Academic Excellence

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The Center for Academic Excellence

The Center for Academic Excellence provides free, peer-to-peer, tutoring services to provide support to students who need additional assistance in their pursuit of academic excellence. The Center for Academic Excellence is open 8 am – 5 pm Monday-Friday with tutoring offered in Accounting, Algebra, College Math, Calculus, English, Finance, Macro and Micro Economics, Statistics, Freshman Studies, History, Spanish and Theology. To learn more about the Center for Academic Excellence, you can visit us in room C108 between 8:00am and 5:00pm daily.

For more information or to make an appointment, please contact:

Ms. Cathy Cripps
Phone number: 535-2314 Ext. 119

Tutor Schedule Fall 2013

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Tutor Name

Subjects

Days/Times

Marcos Acevedo

Math 150/ College Algebra  Statistics

Mon, Wed, Fri 8-12
Tues and Thurs 11-12 and 1:30-3:30

Adolfo Cabezas

English 94, English 95, ENC 0001, English Composition I and II, Literary Tradition I and II, Accounting I, 
Finance, Spanish 113

Saturdays 8 am- 2 pm in the CAE
Facebook tutoring open Monday through Thursday from 8pm- 9pm
acabezas-estrada@hotmail.com

César Campos

Math 150/ College Algebra, Calculus I, Marketing, Management, Macroeconomics Microeconomics, Intermediate Macro,
Spanish 113, Spanish 201

Mon and Wed: 2 pm- 4pm
Tues and Thurs: 1pm- 5 pm
Fri: 2:30 pm- 4 pm

Ronald Castellón

English 94, English 95, ENC 0001, Math 95, Math 98, Math 150

Mon Wed Fri: 9-12 pm and 1-2:30
Tues and Thurs 11-12 and 1-2

Ena Castillo

Spanish 113 and Spanish 201

By appointment

Marlon Cerda

English 94, English 95, ENC 0001, English Comp 1101
Biology 105

Mon and Wed 9-11:50
Tues and Thurs 11-12 and 4-5

Nidia Dávila

ENC 0001, ENC 1101, Accounting I

Mon Wed Fri 8-9:50
Tues and Thurs 9:20-12

Roberto Estrada

Math 150/College Algebra, ENC 0001, English Comp. 1101, Theology, Accounting

Mon Wed Fri 1:30-4
Tues Thurs 9-12

Marwell Figueroa

Math 150/College Algebra, Statistics, COMP 180, Introduction to Computers
Spanish 113

Mon 1-4 pm
Tues 9:30-11:30 and 2:15-5:15

Luis Hernández

MAT 0020, MAC 1033, Math 150/College Algebra ENC 0001

Mon Wed Fri: 9:30-10:30
Tues Thurs: 2:30-3:30

Ana Huembes

ENC 0001, English Comp.  1101, MAT 0020, MAC 1033, Freshman Studies

Tues and Thurs 9-12

Xiomara Lanuza

ENC 0001, English Comp. 1101, Sacred Scripture,
Statistics  SPAN 113

Mon and Wed 2-3
Tues and Thurs 2-5

Noel Larios

Math 150/College Algebra, Statistics
Spanish 113, Spanish 201,
English 94, ENC 0001, Freshman Studies, PHYS 105

Mon and Wed 9-11

César López

Math 150/College Algebra, Calculus I and II, Linear Algebra, Macroeconomics

Mon Wed Fri: 2-4 pm
Tues: 3-5 pm
Thurs: 2:4 pm

Diana López

Calculus I and II, Differential equation, Calculus III, Physics, Statistics

Mon 1-4 pm
Tues Thurs 2:30- 4 pm

José Ariel López

English 94,English 95, ENC 0001, MAT 0020, MAC 1033

Mon Wed Fri: 8-9:50
Tues Thurs: 9:15-11:00

Ana Lucía Marín

ENC 0001, English Comp. 1101, Literary Traditions I and II

Mon and Thurs 2-5 pm

Isamar Matamoros

MAT 0020, MAC 1033, Math 150/College Algebra
Accounting

Mon Wed Fri 10-12 and 2-6 pm
Tues Thurs 9-12 and 2-5 pm

Bety Medina

MAT 0020, MAC 1033, Math 150/College Algebra, Statistics,  Accounting
English 94, ENC 0001, English Comp. 1101
Macroeconomics

Mon Wed Fri 10-12 and 2-4:30
Tues Thurs 9-12 and 2:30- 5

Seimy Mendoza

American History Since 1877

Tues and Thurs 2-5

Veronica Montoya

ENC 0001, ENC 1101

Mon and Wed 9-11 and

Martha Orellana

Intro to Political Science, Catholic Political Thought

Tues and Thurs 2-4

David Rodríguez

MAT 0020, MAC 1033, Math 150/College Algebra, Calculus I and II, Linear Algebra

Mon Wed: 11-12 and 2-5 pm
Tues Thurs 2-5 pm

Andrea Pérez

Literary Traditions / Masterpieces LITR 103 and 104,   MAT 0020, MAC 1033, Math 150/College Algebra,

Tues and Thurs: 9:30-10:30 and 2-3 pm

Christopher Poveda

MAT 0020, MAC 1033, Math 150/College Algebra, Calculus I and II, Linear Algebra

Mon Wed 2-4 pm
Tues Thurs 2:30-4:30 pm

Sergio Quiñónez

Western Civilization I and Literary Traditions I

 

Kathia Salazar

ENC 0001, ENC 1101, BUSN 301 /Accounting

Tues and Thurs 2:30-5 pm

Erika Sevilla

ENC 0001, ENC 1101, Freshman Studies
SPAN 113

Mon 2-3
Fri 8-10 am

Dr. Irene Carr

English

Mon and Wed 11-12 if appointment is made in advance

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