Union Institute and University

Academic Services

writing-center@myunion.edu | 800-861-6400

Writing Center

Coordinator: Eric Mast











Academic services for students are provided through the Union Institute & University Writing Center. Online resources are available for all undergraduate and graduate students to help identify specific writing challenges and the best practices to address them. Students can request telephone appointments with professional writing tutors during the day, evening, or weekends. All services are free.

The Writing Center

Union Institute & University’s Writing Center offers self-help resources and free one-on-one tutoring sessions over the phone for all students.  Tutoring sessions by phone are available mornings, afternoons, evenings and weekends.  Self-help resources are located at http://www.myunion.edu/writing-center.  Appointments for tutoring by telephone can be scheduled through the writing center’s CampusWeb group or by contacting the center (phone: 513-487-1156 or toll free: 1-800-861-6400 ext. 1156 or email: writing-center@myunion.edu).


Math Tutoring Center

Union Institute & University’s Math Center offers free one-on-one tutoring sessions for all students using Citrix GoToMeeting.  One hour sessions are available by appointment.  Appointments can be scheduled through the Math Tutoring Center’s CampusWeb group. Students can also call 513-487-1275 or toll free: 1-800-861-6400 extension 1275 or email: math-tutoring@myunion.edu to request an appointment.  Visit the Math Tutoring Center’s CampusWeb group for more information.


Academic Tutoring support for subjects other than writing and math

The Office of Student Success strives to provide tutoring support for any subject.  If students are struggling with skills other than math or writing, please let us know and we will work to find someone to work with the student.  Please keep in mind, the first course of action should always be the student reaching out to the instructor.  Our goal is to facilitate the learning that occurs as a result of instructor-student interaction.