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Washington, D.C.
Harbor East, Baltimore


The Carey Business School’s Student Success Center (SSC) supports students’ achievement of their academic goals by creating an accessible, responsive, and student-centered environment for learners to become active, independent, and confident. The SSC supports the development of academic and business skills and strategies, personal responsibility, and integrity.


  • Develop critical thinking skills and increase academic and professional self-sufficiency.
  • Develop and apply skills needed to succeed in written assignments and quantitative courses.
  • Establish an understanding of the importance of writing and presenting as a significant part of continued learning and personal and professional success.


If you have questions or concerns, please email or contact Kristina Tipps, Assistant Director of the Student Success Center.

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Kristina Tipps, Assistant Director (DC)
(202) 650-6032


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Adrianna Neuenschwander, Assistant Director (Baltimore)
(410) 234-9345 


Baltimore, Harbor East 
100 International Drive Baltimore, MD 21202 
Rooms 534 & 535

Washington, D.C. 
1717 Massachusetts Ave, Washington D.C. 20036
Room 317

Workshops & Group events

The SSC offers a variety of workshops each term led by faculty, SSC Staff, and tutors.

Exam Cram subjects

  • Accounting & Financial Reporting
  • Corporate Finance
  • Derivatives
  • Economics for Decision Making
  • The Firm & Macroeconomy
  • Financial Modeling
  • Investments 
  • Statistical Analysis

*subjects vary based on term

Workshops & Materials

Academic primers

We work with Carey faculty to offer you academic preparation sessions prior to the start of each academic year. These sessions aim to prepare you for difficult course content and provide you with the knowledge needed to increase your chance of classroom success.

*Primers will resume at the beginning of Fall 2018 and will include topics such as Excel, statistics, accounting, U.S. law, the U.S. press, economics, corporate finance, and investments. 

Self-Guided Resources

Realizing that some students may not have time to visit the Student Success Center, we have compiled resources to aid in self-guided learning. We are not affiliated with the resources provided but suggest that students explore them in an effort to support their academic endeavors.

Our Tutors

Our supportive National Tutoring Association certified tutors are here to assist you with writing skills, presentation skills, and quantitative subjects. We employ current students and professional tutors with expertise in the subjects and skills needed to help you in a variety of areas. While writing tutors are not proofreaders or editors, they can guide you during any stage of the writing process. Quantitative tutors have received outstanding GMAT/GRE scores or classroom grades and come recommended by their instructors. Our tutors are sensitive to the many different needs of students and work hard to explain concepts, make recommendations, and show you how to apply those concepts in your work. Tutors differ from Teaching Assistants, as they do not lecture or provide course overview, and instead provide one-on-one and group tutoring when you experience difficulty understanding course concepts.

Online Appointment Information

All online appointments occur using Zoom. If this is your first time using Zoom, you must download it prior to your initial online tutoring session. Downloading and setting up Zoom takes approximately 5-10 minutes. Download this Zoom flyer to keep this info in one place!

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