Tutoring & Academic Support Services

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Tutoring & Academic Support Services

Tutoring and Academic Support Services

The Office of Tutoring and Academic Support Services at New Jersey City University empowers a diverse student population with sustainable and transferable skills to become our next generation of leaders. Grounded in real-world applications and a commitment to developing leadership, ethics, and critical thinking, the academic support center assists students in cultivating a passion for lifelong learning that will assist in future career and academic endeavors.

Spring 2023

In-person and online academic support services, including academic coaching, tutoring, and workshops, are available and accessible to all student via the Tutoring and Academic Support Resources course found in Blackboard.    

Hours of Operation:
The Hub, Guarini Library, 1st Floor
Monday through Thursday 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Contact Information:
Email: thehub@njcu.edu
Phone: 201-200-3513

Helpful Terms

Asynchronous Writing Sessions (defined): The student is not present while the tutor provides track comments to improve the student's writing skills. Note: Tutors do not edit papers. 

Synchronous Writing Sessions (defined): The student is present and engages with the tutor while reviewing grammar, structure, etc. to improve the student's writing skills. Note: Tutors do not edit papers.

In-person and online tutoring, academic coaching, and workshops

Students seeking appointments for tutoring (writing, mathematics, business, computer science, biology, chemistry, physics), Academic coaching, and workshops via The Hub can access the self-scheduling system located in the Tutoring and Academic Support Services course in Blackboard.

TutorMe, Online Tutoring Service

Students seeking tutoring during nights and weekends or in subjects not services via The Hub can access TutorMe, online tutoring service, via the Tutoring and Academic Support Services course in Blackboard


Workshops are held throughout the semester. Student can review the schedule and self-register via the Tutoring and Academic Support Services course located on Blackboard.  

  • Academic Integrity: Plagiarism
  • Academic Writing for English Language Learners
  • Academic Writing: Grammar
  • Academic Writing: Writing for the Public Audience
  • Academic Writing: APA 7th Edition: Organizational Tips and Strategies
  • Advanced Writing: APA - Synthesizing Literature and Writing the Literature Review
  • Advanced Writing: APA - Writing the Methodology Chapter
  • Advanced Writing: APA - Writing the Findings Chapter
  • Time Management and Study Skills

Additional workshops in collaboration with OSP, OSS/SI, TLC, and the Community Service Center may run during the semester.

Academic Coaching & Personal Tutoring Plans

Academic Coaching provides one-on-one sessions between the student and an academic coach with an emphasis on the student’s specific needs, inclusive of booking Personal Tutoring Plans.

Rebound (Academic Probation Program)

Rebound is a university-wide academic probation program that ensures students on academic probation (CGPAs below 2.0) are aware of support services including tutoring, workshops, counseling, academic advisement, academic coaching, and more.

Participation in Rebound has helped students exit academic probation, continue receiving financial aid, successfully appeal academic dismissal, learn about student support services, and graduate from NJCU in a timely manner.

Social Media

Facebook: NJCU The Hub

Twitter: NJCU The Hub

Instagram: NJCU The Hub

Contact Information

John Blicharz, Ph.D., Director

Ida Masa, Administrative Assistant

New Jersey City University

2039 J. F. Kennedy Boulevard
Tutoring and Academic Support Services
The Hub, Congressman Frank J. Guarini Library, 1st Floor
Jersey City, New Jersey 07305

Reception desk: 201-200-3513 | Email: thehub@njcu.edu