We offer a variety of opportunities for students to receive support for specific courses including tutoring, Peer Assisted Learning Sessions (PALS) and Supplemental Instruction (SI).
Tutoring services are provided for many lower-level undergraduate courses in a variety of disciplines. All sessions are free of charge and students are assisted on a first-come, first served basis.Learn more about tutoring services
PALS are led by peer tutors and allow students to review and practice course material. A specific topic related to current course material is reviewed during each session.Learn more about PALS
Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academic model that uses peer-facilitated study sessions for students taking historically difficult courses. The sessions are free and are scheduled weekly to help students understand course material and develop organizational skills.Learn more about SI
TURFA is an association of retired faculty members who have volunteered to help students succeed in their classes. Students who are interested in this program can request help with many subject areas. Click below to find out more!Learn more about TURFA