Learning Center Resources

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, find a study partner or join a study group. For more help schedule an appointment with our academic success coach to help address any underlying academic concerns you have.

Other Campus Resources

Computer Science Tutoring

The Computer Science Undergraduate Council (CSUG) offers free, virtual tutoring for computer science courses. Their schedule is posted weekly with the courses they offer and the zoom links for the tutors. They are open for tutoring Monday - Friday. Please visit the CSUG website for information.

Math Study Hall

The Math Study Hall is staffed by math graduate students who will answer your questions on a walk-in basis. It is open Monday through Thursday for the Spring 2023 semester.  

NSBE Study Hall

The National Society for Black Engineers (NSBE) provides Study Halls each week during the semester on Thursdays, from 8pm to 10pm. To sign up for further information, please visit the NSBE website here!


The Office of Minority Student Affairs (OMSA) coordinates study services for minority students and for students in the Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP). Although all students in the College are able to take advantage of the free tutoring services offered, our HEOP and ECO Scholars are able to take advantage of extra support through our office. Please inquire about OMSA computer lab hours with your OMSA advisor at (585) 275-0651 or

OMSA/Kearns Chemistry Study Groups

The Kearns Center offers Chemistry study groups for students who are served by Kearns or OMSA. They offer study groups for CHEM 131, 132, 203 and 204.

Society of Physics Tutoring

The Society of Physics supports students in their study of physics. The Society of Physics Tutoring occurs every Monday - Thursday in the POA Library (B&L 374) from 7pm to 9pm. Their tutors are upperclassmen physics/astronomy majors who have experience with the introductory physics courses and are well-prepared to help answer your questions.

Tau Beta Pi Engineering Tutoring

Tau Beta Pi, the Engineering Honor Society, offers help in engineering classes every Sunday in Genesee 325. Their hours are as follows:

1pm to 2pm - AME/ECE 

2pm to 3pm - BME/ChemE

3pm to 4pm - MechE/Optics


Writing, Speaking and Argument Program (WSAP)

The Writing and Speaking Program (WSAP) supports effective academic communication across all disciplines by offering free writing and speaking tutoring to all members of the University of Rochester community. WSAP is staffed by professional, graduate, and undergraduate writing and speaking tutors from the humanities, social sciences, and natural and applied sciences. These tutors provide individualized feedback and assistance on all types of academic writing and speaking. You can schedule an appointment online to get started.

Writing Groups for AS&E Undergraduates

Do you have writing to do? Do you like working with other people? Undergraduates in Arts, Sciences & Engineering (AS&E) are invited to join a writing group hosted by the Writing and Speaking Center. Groups meet weekly for two hours via Zoom and focus on goal-setting and shared writing time. Bring any kind of academic, professional, or creative writing. Learn more and enroll online at our undergraduate groups page. Questions? Email