The Academic Advising System,
also known as the Academic Advising Services of PSMHS is a student
centered system that integrates the efforts of faculty members,
department chairs, course directors, student’s affairs officers and
students. In order to fulfill its goals and objectives, the Academic
Advising System includes preventive and intervention phases. The
tutoring service is an important part of the preventive phase in the
system. The aim of the service is clarify academic uncertainties and
support the student knowledge in a variety of courses.
With this service, group tutorials that offer a review of the topics
covered in different MD courses are coordinate, according to the
student’s needs. Those group tutorials are available to any student
and recommended for any student with academic difficulty in the
corresponding course. Students with sub-optimal performance can
request or may be offered tutorial services.
The tutoring service is coordinated through the counselor or the
assistant dean for student’s affairs. The Student Affairs Office has
a list of MD students in different levels of training that have the
adequate preparation or experience to tutor in a variety of courses.
Need more information?
If you have questions about this service you can set an appointment
with our Professional Counselor at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 787-840-2575 ext. 2174.