Talk to your professor and/or TA about issues you may be having in class, they should always be your first point of contact. Remember, tutoring isn't a quick fix! Assess your study habits or find a study partner. For more help schedule an appointment with our study skills counselors in CETL to help address any underlying academic concerns you have.
Need help with classes? Check out these additional resources on campus!
The Math Study Hall is staffed by math graduate students and is open Monday through Friday from 5-8 p.m. in Hylan 1104. For more information, students should contact the Department of Mathematics or check the updated schedule posted on the bulletin board on the 9th floor of Hylan.
The Society for Undergraduate Math Students (S.U.M.S) tutors offer help in for a variety of math subjects like standardized tests, college algebra, calculus, linear algebra, differential equations and many more! For more information regarding tutors and time/locations please email or call 585-275-4411.
The Society of Physics Students is primarily for help in 100-level mathematics, physics and astronomy courses. Tutoring is conducted Monday through Thursday, 7-9 p.m. in the Physics-Optics-Astronomy (POA) Library (374 Bausch & Lomb) by upper-class students and is geared toward specific problem solving for assignments. No appointments are necessary. Questions may be directed to the society via email or 585-275-8548 or the Department of Physics and Astronomy at 585-275-6679. Students may also stop by the society’s office at 313 Bausch and Lomb Hall.
The Writing, Speaking and Argument Center offers a wide variety of writing and speaking support services for students of all levels and in all disciplines. Writing consultants are professional, graduate, and undergraduate writing and speaking tutors from the humanities, social sciences, and natural and applied sciences. They invite students to use their services during any stage of the composing process, from brainstorming ideas to polishing a final draft or presentation. The Writing, Speaking and Argument Center is located on the ground floor of Rush Rhees Library, RR G-121. For more information about face-to-face and online tutoring services they offer, please visit their website or call 585-273-3584.
The Office of Minority Student Affairs (OMSA) coordinates study services for minority students and for students in the Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP). Academic assistance is offered in the natural sciences, mathematics, and engineering, as well as the social sciences and humanities. Students seeking help should contact OMSA at 585-275-0651 or stop in Dewey 2-161.
The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) goal is for every ot excel and succeed academically and provide opportunities to network with other students from different fields. They offer weekly Study Jams on Tuesdays 7-9 pm at Douglass Leadership House where students can interact, study and receive assistance on different subjects. For more information and the weekly location, please email Dyreek Brathwaite.
Tau Beta Pi (Engineering Honors Society) members offer weekly group study halls every Sunday from 3-4pm in Carlson 310 for engineering related courses. Please contact the Tau Beta Pi tutoring chair, Rui Gao, for information regarding their services.
The Computer Science Undergraduate Council provides 2-6 hours of free tutoring Monday-Friday for all computer science courses. Students having difficulty with homework, stuck on a project, or needing a second pair of eyes to look at their code are encouraged to stop by Hylan 301 during our scheduled tutoring hours. Students may also email with their questions.