CARP - Campus Academic Resource Program

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Campus Academic Resource Program's Unique Contributions to SF State


  • CARP is the only evening academic support program open to all SF State undergraduate students.
  • CARP provides free tutoring services, in-class, study skills, and peer response workshops available to all SF State undergraduate students.
  • During the summer, CARP is the only tutorial center open to SF State students.
  • CARP is student-run.
  • CARP conducts in-class outreach in which members of our staff visit a variety of courses to introduce CARP as a component of the Division of Undergraduate Studies (DUS) Tutoring Services. Our staff provides students with advice on how to best make use of our services.
  • CARP works in conjunction with the Undergraduate Advising Center to develop personalized academic support for students.
  • CARP exemplifies SF State’s commitment to Community Service Learning.
  • CARP’s GWAR Writing Fellowship Program places Writing, Reading, and Study Skills (WRSS) tutors, at the request of a professor, in a GWAR course to provide writing assistance to students, and to become fully informed on assignments and professor expectations.
  • CARP is continually revising and updating its services through a process of evaluation conducted by students and professors.


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