Malachi McDaniel Academic Resource Center

Our goal at Kentucky Christian University is for our students to grow in Christ and help you succeed. We know that students’ success often depends on having a supportive environment. The Malachi McDaniel Academic Resource Center is just the place to obtain that support. Here are a few of the free services we have available for our students.

The Malachi McDaniel Academic Resource Center has drop-in tutoring in most subject areas that are taught at KCU. The ARC, which is housed in the Young Library, supports a computer lab, various study skills and handouts. We have tutors available throughout the day that are trained and willing to help with your classes. We have Praxis prep help through either small group, or individual assistance. Contact the ARC as soon as you feel like you’re having difficulty with a class. Don’t wait until it is too late. If you are frustrated, or simply confused, stop by and get clarification.

If you feel confident but just want a little extra help studying for an exam, feedback on a paper, or have a math problem that has got you baffled, we can help. Or, feel free to stop by and just study. Remember, we are here for you! Tutoring hours are posted daily on the white board.

You can work with the same tutor each time or see a different one depending on your schedule. Tutoring sessions are free and you don’t need an appointment—just stop in.

If you have any questions, contact Deborah Elliott, director of the Malachi McDaniel Academic Resource Center at

Meet Our Tutors

Dakota (Hayden) Hines


Major: Business Administration

Accounting, Business


Noah Robert


Major: Business Administration

Business, Computer Apps, New and Old Testament, English Composition


Chris McQuistion


Major: Bible and Ministry

Bible, Writing


Kameron Hinkley


Major: Business Administration

Computer Apps, Accounting Statistics



Hunter Scott


Major: Social Work

Writing, Algebra, Social Work



Zoe Deaton


Major: Nursing

Nursing, Biology, Med Terms


Lymond Glover


Major: Business Administration

Accounting, Old and New Testament, Computer Apps


Investment of Time, Prayer, and Love

“I’ll never forget how the Bible and Ministry professors at KCU cared about me as a person. They didn’t just see me
as a student number. They invested time, prayer, and love into my life and my ministry, and I’m eternally thankful
for their influence.”

Sean Plank, Class of 2010

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