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Supplemental Instruction

As Angelo State moves courses online in response to the COVID-19 Virus, all tutoring, math lab services, writing center services and SI sessions will be moving online.  There will be no face-to-face tutoring for the 2020 summer I and summer II sessions.

Supplemental Instruction begins Monday, June 1, 2020.  Hours vary by subject. Open Blackboard, go to the Tutor, SI, and Math Lab Academic Support for Students in your list of Organizations. Use the SI Tab, find the course with which you need help, view scheduled days/times and enter the virtual tutoring session.

Centralized information for updates and guidance from the university can be found at the following link:

The safety and security of our students is Angelo State University’s highest priority. However, we are keenly aware that our students continue to need academic support. In order to help our students persist to graduation and be academically successful, Angelo State University will continue providing academic support during the summer sessions in multiple ways.


  1. Upswing provides ASU students with 24/7 online tutoring for most undergraduate classes. Go to Use your ASU email, create an account, choose your subject.
  2. Students are enrolled in Tutor, SI, Math Lab Academic Support for Students course in Blackboard. Contact Erin Girsch ( for more information.
  3. For information about E-Submissions to the ASU Writing Center, go to the Writing Center Electronic Draft Submission Contact the Writing Center ( with questions.
  4. Helpful tips about learning online, information about the Blackboard Student Support Course, information about the Library, and info about potential free internet services for college students can be found on the Remote Rams page.
  5. Follett is providing free E-book options for students whose access to their textbooks has been impacted by COVID-19. Go to for more information.
  6. Advising for summer and fall continues and faculty should encourage their majors to be advised. Students should contact the department chair in their major by email or phone or find their advisor. Upper division students should contact the department chair of their major by email or phone.
  7. For up to date information about ASU’s response to COVID-19, go to Angelo State Coronavirus Update page at
  8. Students with questions about any of the above or students unsure about who to contact for advising should contact the Freshman College and Center for Academic Excellence at 325-942-2595; by email at or contact Dr. John Wegner, Dean at
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