The Academic Achievement Center seeks to empower students through useful resources, motivate through positive encouragement, and inspire hard work and dedication. AAC’s services are open to all Kansas State University students and are met with understanding, encouragement, and the resources to generate success now and in the future.
Who we are
We are a team of staff and students dedicated to guiding students to achieve academic success. As a program within the Office of Student Success, we work with students in a variety of environments to meet students where they are. Full-time staff members utilize their knowledge and experience to equip students, and peer leaders connect and engage students to their academics and university life.
To learn more about our staff members, meet the team.
“I sometimes get really down on myself and overthink many things such as grades, but academic coaching helped me through that. It also helped me a ton with study skills that I never knew about before I came to K-State.”
“Based on our last sessions I can say that Academic Coaching has been really helpful! I used all the tips and even the planner that was suggested and I pulled off my summer math class with an A!”
“Thank you so much for helping me out this semester. My GPA was a 3.0 this semester which raised my overall gpa!! So I am super happy and want to say thank you once again.”
“I’m grateful for my tutor. French hasn’t been the easiest for me to understand, but it’s evident that my tutor has a great understanding of different methods and resources I could use to become more familiar with it.”
“The best part of this tutoring is it is available at night. That way, there is tutoring available almost all of the time at K-State.”
“The tutor was extremely helpful in helping me understand the calculus concepts I was having trouble understanding in the lecture. The tutor was very helpful in explaining the concepts in detail until I understood how they worked. I could then apply the knowledge towards solving other problems. I am very thankful for the tutor and the fact he is available at night until 9:30 p.m.”