We offer group and individual sessions with trained peer tutors

The College Learning Center offers drop-in peer tutoring in a variety of subjects.

Below are links to the regular Fall 18 schedule and the schedule for F18 Finals Week.

Peer Tutoring Schedule — Fall 2018
Peer Tutoring Schedule — Finals Week F18 (tentative, subject to revision)

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Students can access both peer and professional tutoring. Students with writing assignments in any class, in any subject, are welcome. The peer tutors are current students with interests across the curriculum. Tutoring in writing is usually one-on-one. Writing tutoring takes place in the Madeline Clark Wallace Library. Please refer to our Writing Tutoring Schedule for current walk-in hours with a peer tutor.  For more information about tutoring in writing, please visit Peer Tutoring in Wallace Library.

Subject Tutoring

We offer peer support for a variety of introductory courses. All subject tutoring takes place in Kollett Hall (located adjacent to the lobby outside of Hindle Auditorium in the (old) Science Center), on a walk-in basis. No appointment is necessary. (Not just for tutoring, Kollett Hall is also available as a study space. Hours are until midnight Sunday through Thursday.)

Peer tutors are students who have been recommended by their professors for both their command of the subject material and their ability to work with other students. As they themselves have only taken the course in question once, their job is not to teach students the material. Instead, their goals are to help students figure out how to find successful approaches to specific questions and also to model how to be a successful student of their subject.

Peer tutoring is currently available at the introductory level in the following subjects:

  • Accounting
  • Art History
  • Astronomy
  • Biology 112
  • Chemistry (Intro and Organic)
  • Computer Science (100 Level)
  • Corporate Finance (Economics)
  • Foreign Languages (Intro and Intermediate in Arabic, Chinese, French,  Greek, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish)
  • Math (Calculus I and II, Statistics, Concepts of Math. For Statistics for Social Sciences, see Psychology)
  • Philosophy (Logic)
  • Physics
  • Psychology (Quantitative Research Methods; Drugs & Behavior; Brain, Mind, and Behavior;  Statistics for Social Sciences)

Please refer to our Fall Peer Tutoring Schedule  to find when tutoring in each subject is available.