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Monday - Thursday

9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Also available, flexibly scheduled Zoom tutoring sessions by appointment only.

The ASUMH Tutoring Center offers in-person as well as virtual tutoring free of charge to students enrolled at ASUMH. Walk-ins are welcome during Tutoring Center hours. We use the Zoom video-conferencing platform for one-on-one virtual tutoring, which allows you to easily work with your tutor and share relevant documents and websites. It is simple to set up, and we've found it works quite well. Scheduling is flexible. Please contact us or stop in to make an appointment.

Assistance for core classes and many others is available to our students.

The primary goals of the Tutoring Center at Arkansas State University Mountain Home are:

  • To provide overall academic support for students needing assistance.

  • To create a comfortable environment in which learning can take place.

  • To encourage students’ self-confidence.

  • To provide successful learning experiences.

  • To help students familiarize themselves with ASUMH Portal, Blackboard, MyMathLab and other computer programs that are used in their course studies.

Tutoring sessions are designed to help students develop their skills not only in the classroom, but for studying in general. Tutoring methods tailor activities to students’ learning needs and styles, empowering them to take responsibility for both their successes and their failures. We hope that as students accomplish this, they will gain an increase in confidence and the ability to learn independently, and ASUMH will enjoy the accomplishment of greater student success and retention. 


We use the Zoom video-conferencing platform for one-on-one virtual tutoring, which allows you to easily work with your tutor and share relevant documents and websites. It is simple to set up, and we've found it works quite well. Flexibly scheduled tutoring sessions will be conducted every day of the week (including weekends). Occasional in-person sessions may also be scheduled. This is a new Title III program! Contact Alathea at jdaniels@asumh.edu or text her at (870) 406-6480 with your name, available times, and the class(es) you’re needing help with.


Twin Lakes Literacy Council is a non-profit group of volunteers, and has been working to promote literacy in Baxter County, Arkansas since 1986. The Literacy Council offers tutoring to adults of all ages in reading, language and mathematics. For more information contact the council at (870) 425-7323 (425-READ) or twinlakeslc@yahoo.com

Twin Lakes Literacy Council

1318 Bradley Dr., #14
Mountain Home, AR 72653



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