At Nebraska Methodist College, we provide our students with an array of services that facilitate both success within the classroom, as well as personal and professional growth in the real world. If you need tutoring in person, online or with one of our peer groups, you can find it here. All tutoring programs are offered completely free of charge.
We also offer personalized support services to historically underrepresented students, including those who will be the first in their family to attain a bachelor’s degree, come from a low-income household or have disabilities.
You may find you need a little help with your study skills or coursework, and that’s OK! Through individual consultation with the Coordinator of Academic Success, we’ll help identify strategies that enhance your academic performance. Academic coaching assistance can be requested by completing the Academic Coaching Request Form and returning it to the Coordinator of Academic Success.
In an online degree program? No problem. First, check out the resources available through Online Study Guides and Strategies. Then, if you have more questions, contact the Coordinator of Academic Success for assistance.
Need some quick ideas? Check out NMC's "150 Keys to Academic Success."
Nebraska Methodist College offers free online tutoring services from NetTutor for current students. Available subjects are:
Peer tutoring services are available to all Nebraska Methodist College students. Tutors are recommended by faculty and will assist students with homework and test review at no charge. Tutoring assistance is available for most classes and occurs as often as is agreed upon by the student and tutor.
Students in need of a tutor can obtain assistance by logging in to the My Methodist student portal and clicking on the "Tutoring" tab. There, students can find information on how to access tutors for specific courses, as well as NetTutor.
Students interested in serving as a tutor are welcome to apply by completing the Tutor Application. Applicants must have obtained a B+ or A in the course(s) for which they are applying to tutor. Students who have faculty endorsements, are in good academic standing and who possess strong organizational, study and communication skills will be considered strong applicants.If you have questions about tutoring, please contact the Coordinator of Academic Success.
Supplemental Instruction (SI) is peer-facilitated academic support provided outside of class on a weekly basis. SI is provided as a complement to our historically difficult courses across our academic curriculum.
The SI leader attends the actual class and conducts SI sessions to supplement the learning that occurred during class time. Students are encouraged to take advantage of this free group study time.For additional information on SI, please contact Lisa Flairty at email@example.com. When SI is offered in a course, students receive specific information regarding schedules of availability within the first week of the course.
Nebraska Methodist College is committed to full compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 by providing equal opportunity and reasonable accommodations to qualifying students with disabilities. Students, faculty, staff, and administration all play a role in ensuring that reasonable and appropriate accommodations are provided in a timely and effective manner.
It is NMC's policy that no qualified student who demonstrates a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities be excluded from participation in, be denied benefit of, or be subject to discrimination in any program or activity offered by NMC. NMC endeavors to provide qualified students with disabilities equal access, not advantage, to the College's educational opportunities, facilities, programs and activities in the most integrated setting appropriate to the needs of the individual.
It is the student's responsibility to request accommodations. It is only through the student's voluntary disclosure of disability and request for accommodation that NMC can support student's disability needs. Students may initiate the process by completing the Request for Accommodations Form below and meeting with the Coordinator of Academic Success. Additional forms related to requesting documentation from a qualified professional are also available below. Students should be aware of the differences between services in high school and those available in college. Information outlining the differences between services in high school and college is available in the "Transitions" document below.
Students seeking an accommodation(s) are also encouraged to review our Services and Accommodations for Students with Disabilities Policy, which can be accessed in the Student Catalog or in the documents below.
Every student at Nebraska Methodist College is assigned an adviser who will guide you throughout your healthcare career journey.
Working with your advisor will help you gain an understanding of your courses and other services that will support your success and development.
The Levine Scholar Program is an interdisciplinary honors program that engages a small number of high-achieving undergraduate students to help them deliver high-quality healthcare using good clinical judgment as they enter into practice.
This seminar course is a "bridge to practice" that uses mentoring to build the student's skill set in the areas of communication, leadership, collaboration and professional demeanor.
Based on the Educated Citizen model, you’ll explore the outcome of Critical Thinking. You will also analyze, evaluate and create possible solutions for current healthcare issues.
In the first cohort, during the 2017 fall semester, Sonography and Nursing students interested in obstetrical nursing will meet once a month with Dr. Levine. At the conclusion of the semester, they will be able to: