The Miller Academic Center facilitates cadets’ academic success and timely progress toward a degree. Toward this mission, the Center
- Identifies and coordinates need-specific learning skills programs to be offered to the Corps, training times will include Dean's Training Times and Academic Saturdays
- Provides advisors the information and training necessary for them to guide their advisees
- Serves as Dean's representative to the S-2 by meeting regularly to train and coordinate with them and they lead their peers in learning and support programs.
MAC staff is available 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday - Friday for individual meetings.
Interested cadets may schedule an appointment or drop by. Appointments are encouraged. To schedule an appointment, please visit our online scheduling tool..
The Miller Academic Center values involvement and cooperation with faculty and staff in an effort to better meet the needs of cadets.
- Group Study Session (GSS) cadet leader selection: Faculty and staff provide cadet recommendations for GSS cadet leaders.
- Group Study Session (GSS) faculty team members: Each GSS has a faculty member from the department for that course who serves as a resource both for the cadet leader(s) as well as the Miller Academic Center to contribute to the overall effectiveness of the GSS experience.
- Professional development: The Miller Academic Center provides speakers and seminars for faculty and staff on a variety of topics.
- Enhancement of Miller Academic Center programs: Representatives of departments and programs serve as guest speakers to enhance MAC programs and services such as GSS cadet leader training and Project Success.
- Referrals to the Miller Academic Center: Faculty and staff refer students to the Miller Academic Center.
- Collaborations on various grants and projects: Faculty and Miller Academic Center staff seek opportunities to collaborate.
Kaye Taylor is available for online appointments Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. To schedule an online appointment, visit our online scheduling tool. Please contact Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
NetTutor is a Web-based tutoring service providing online tutoring and academic support to cadets in a variety of disciplines and academic programs. For information on accessing NetTutor see the Net Tutor Guide.
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Online Student Success workshops that are available to cadets 24/7. These interactive workshops can help cadets achieve their personal, academic, and career goals. Please see the Student Lingo Guide for more information.
The Miller Academic Center is committed to an equitable and inclusive environment. We understand and value the intellectual growth brought about through positive interactions with cadets, faculty, and staff whose backgrounds, ideas, beliefs, and values may be different from our own.