Tutoring Programs

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 skills MATHSK 097-099, mathematics courses ranging from MATH115-MATH240,  for computer science CS105, 110, and 210, and for Quantitative Reasoning 114QR.
  • ESL Center course tutoring includes one-to-one tutorials for ESL Center courses 100A-F.
  • Reading, Writing, and Study Strategies Center:  series of one-to-one tutorials for 100-400 level courses; the Center serves as a place to carefully diagnose and address students' reading, writing, and thinking abilities.
  • Graduate Writing Center:  series of one-to-one tutorials serving graduate students who are completing coursework, focusing on the paper writing process and general expectations associated with graduate study.
  • Workshops: Tutors from both our writing centers facilitate several writing workshops each week, and they lead drop-in group workshops at appropriate times throughout each semester. Recent workshops include: "Time Management and Exam Preparation," "Cite, Write, Right," and "Preparing and Giving Oral Presentations."