Students may contact the Academic Support Coordinator directly to make an appointment for library services, research assistance, writing support, academic coaching, workshops, and more.
Students may contact the Academic Support Coordinator directly to schedule an appointment for writing support. From brainstorming to polishing the final draft, we will assist at any stage in the writing process. Whether you are working on a PowerPoint presentation, a resume, a term paper, or an annotated bibliography in APA style, we are happy to help with any type of writing project.
For additional details about the library services offered at the TU in Northeastern Maryland location, please visit For TU in Northeastern Maryland Students on the Albert S. Cook Library website or contact the Academic Support Coordinator.
Students, faculty, and staff may order books and other print materials from Cook Library to be delivered to our building in Harford County. If you’d like assistance navigating the library’s abundant resources as you work on your paper topic, please feel welcome to schedule a research consultation with the Academic Support Coordinator.
TU in Northeastern Maryland offers an extensive “Take a Book, Leave a Book” collection in Suite 202 to promote leisure reading among students. This is an honor system lending library. Feel free to browse these shelves and take a book with you. You may also bring in unwanted books that need a new home.
Nearly every week during the fall and spring terms, an academic workshop is offered to TU in Northeastern Maryland students. The workshop topics are announced on the Academic Workshops webpage as well as in our weekly email newsletter.
During the spring 2021 term, tutoring is offered online. Please review the Tutoring & Learning Center's instructions on scheduling and preparing for an appointment.
Want to improve your academic life? Current TU in Northeastern Maryland students are welcome to contact the Academic Support Coordinator to schedule a consultation. We will work together to uncover your academic strengths and identify strategies for improvement. Possible topics for discussion include exam preparation, test-taking strategies, goal setting, time management, memorization tips, note taking methods, and more.
If you would like a specialty librarian to visit your class to present advanced research strategies to your students, please feel welcome to either contact your liaison librarian directly or the Academic Support Coordinator (via the contact information at top of this webpage) who can facilitate the arrangements.
The Academic Support Coordinator at TU in Northeastern Maryland is available to customize and deliver a presentation to your class on any of the following topics: writing (grammar, APA citations, high-level concerns), academic success, and conducting academic research.
Please review the schedule of upcoming Academic Workshops for a list of common topics.