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Undergraduate Students

Tutoring—Additional Resources

Per the University of Rochester's COVID policy, all person-to-person meetings are canceled. We are working with the Dean's office on how to provide services in the Fall 2020 semester.  Please check back for further updates. (Updated 7/1/2020)

Still struggling?

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.

See also: Study Groups, Study Skills

Need help with classes? These resources were available for Spring 2020 and will be updated as soon as we learn more for Fall 2020:

UPDATE for Computer Science: The CS Department is offering Zoom tutoring sessions for CS courses and some math courses.  Please visit their website at for more information.

UPDATE for Math: The Department of Mathematics has suspended their Math Study Hall for the Spring 2020 semester.  If you need extra help, please email Prof. Mark Herman at

UPDATE for WSAPWriting, Speaking and Argument Center is offering virtual support! They offer 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.  Please visit: for more information.

The Society of Physics Students is primarily for help in 100-level mathematics, physics and astronomy courses. Email for Spring 2020 information.  

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

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.  For Spring 2020 information, please email

For further information or for extra help from a particular subject, please check in with each department on how they will be handling support this remote learning period. A full list can be found at