We offer tutoring, skills support, study groups, workshops, and more to help Rochester students succeed academically.
We provide faculty, instructors, classroom TAs, and laboratory TAs with resources and support.
Students with disabilities are assigned an individual access coordinator to facilitate services during their time at Rochester.
Workshops are small groups of students who meet each week to solve challenging problems under the guidance of a “near peer,” a student who has recently completed the course successfully. At Rochester, CETL collaborates with a range of academic departments to sustain the high quality of current workshops to explore new uses of this model of cooperative learning.
Because graduate students work in a variety of roles, we offer resources for them as students, teaching assistants, and instructors.