Pathways Academic Assistance Center

 361-593-5223

Hours of Operation

Fall and Spring

CRLA

PAAC FALL 2017

Mission

The Pathways Academic Assistance Center's (PAAC) mission is to help students become successful and confident academically by:

  • modeling the AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) Socratic Tutorial strategies by providing the tools and resources necessary to assume responsibility for their own learning  
  • asking higher-level questions to gain deeper understanding of their rigorous content through critical thinking and inquiry process
  • utilizing Cornell note-taking as a method for mastering information, stressing Writing, Inquiry, Collaboration, Organization, and Reading (WICOR)

Our tutors understand that students encounter the learning process with different degrees of strength and comfort; therefore, a collaborative approach guides our practice.  Tutors and students engage in one-on-one and/or peer conversations about the subject area while sharing knowledge and granting authority to both the tutor and student.  We recognize that differences in proficiency, linguistic and cultural background need to be taken into consideration when helping students to become efficient learners.  


Academic Support (Tutoring)

Supplemental Instruction

Study Skills Mentor

Musts For An Effective Tutoring Session

PAAC Policies for Students

Information for Faculty


Pathways Academic Assistance Center For More Information, Contact 

Christina Rodriguez-Gonzalez
Director, Academic Success
Center for Student Success
Jernigan Library 210
(361)593-5250
christina.rodriguez-gonzalez@tamuk.edu

B. Jeanine Birdwell, EdD
Asst. Director, Academic Success
Texas A&M University-Kingsville, Center for Student Success
Jernigan Library, 2nd floor Room 223
361-593-2168
barbara.birdwell@tamuk.edu

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This page was last updated on: September 18, 2017