Academic Support Programs offers a variety of tutoring and tutorial formats to support students in their undergraduate and graduate coursework.
- Subject Tutoring Program: Individual and/or group course-content-based tutoring for 100- and 200-level College of Liberal Arts humanities, social science, and language courses and College of Science and Mathematics science courses.
- Math Resource Center: One-to-one and/or group tutorials for mathematics courses ranging from MATH114QR-MATH240, as well as for some 100- and 200-level computer science courses.
- Reading, Writing, and Study Strategies Center: One-to-one tutorials and workshops focused on analytical language development—with special attention paid to reading, writing, and thinking strategies—for students enrolled in undergraduate courses at all levels.
- Graduate Writing Center: One-to-one tutorials and small group writing sessions serving enrolled graduate students, focusing on the paper-writing process and general expectations associated with graduate studies.
- Workshops: Tutors from both our writing centers facilitate several writing workshops each week, and they also lead a variety of drop-in group workshops at appropriate times throughout each semester. Recent workshops include: "Time Management and Exam Preparation," "Cite Right," and "Preparing and Giving Oral Presentations."