Center for Learning, Access, and Student Success
The Center for Learning, Access, and Student Success provides peer tutoring in most academic subjects at no cost to any undergraduate student. Tutoring is provided 9 a.m.- 10 p.m., seven days a week, depending on tutor availability. To meet with a tutor, please visit our website. Contact Laura Denlinger (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have questions.
The Writing Center
The Writing Center offers students both synchronous and asynchronous opportunities to discuss writing and the writing process with trained peer tutors. To schedule an appointment, please visit the Writing Center website.
The Math & Stats Center
The Math & Stats Center offers peer tutoring for students who are enrolled in classes in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. To meet with a tutor, please visit the Math and Stats Center website.
The Chemistry Center
Tutors are available to help students enrolled in CHM 111, 122, 123, and 223. To meet with a tutor, visit the Chemistry Center website for more instructions.
In addition, chemistry tutors are available weekly in a variety of residence halls. Sunday: Johnson Hall, Mondays: Angelou Hall, Tuesdays: Babcock Hall, Wednesdays: South Hall, Thursdays: Johnson Hall. Tutoring takes place in the residence hall lobby from 7-9pm.
Additional Tutoring and Academic Support
- The Biology Center – The Biology Department, in collaboration with CLASS, offers peer tutoring drop in sessions for BIO 150. BIO drop in hours are from 7pm-9pm on Tuesdays and from 11am-1pm on Saturdays. They will also hold additional sessions Sundays before tests. The BIO Center is located in Winston Hall room 114. Email Laura Denlinger (email@example.com) with questions
- The Computer Science Center – Tutors are available to help students enrolled in CSC 111, 112, and 221. In addition to tutor Zoom links provided in the course Canvas page, students can visit the Computer Science Center website for more instructions.
- The School of Business – Tutors are available for help sessions in Accounting 111 on Sundays and Wednesdays from 6-8pm in Farrell Hall 247. You can expect 2 TAs available between those hours to answer any questions. Students can find more information on the first page of the the course syllabus.
- The School of Professional Studies – Peer tutors may be paired with SPS students in asynchronous or in-person sessions depending on subject, availability, and geographic location. Students interested in signing up for a peer tutoring session should contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Students interested in being a Peer Tutor should complete the SPS Volunteer Interest Form.
- The Physics Department provides help sessions for PHY 110,113 and 114. Help sessions are 4-8pm M-W, 5-8pm Th, in Olin 102, except 4-5pm M is in Olin 103. Contact Candace Current Ring (email@example.com) if you have questions.
- Engineering Learning & Support Center hosts open study hours every Tuesday from 6-8 p.m. every Tuesday. Engineering student can also email EGRsupportcenter@gg.wfu.edu to receive the Zoom link or set up a 1-on-1 tutoring appointment through this Google Form.
- The Speaking Center provides speech preparation assistance to students in the public speaking course (COM 110) and other course related oral presentations, as well as for speaking engagements outside the classroom. To schedule an appointment, visit the Speaking Center website for more instructions.
- Technology Consultants are students who are passionate about technology. They are first tier support for students who might need assistance with a digital project such as a digital essay, podcast, storymap project, website design, and video production and editing techniques. They also offer support for Google Drive, Canvas, Adobe Creative Cloud, Wake Sites, Kaltura and manage scheduling of the One Button video production studio. The Technology Consultants are scheduled in the ZSR Mac Lab from 5 -11 p.m. Mon-Thurs. To schedule an appointment contact Brianna Derr (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- ZSR Library offers personal research sessions where students can meet one-on-one with a librarian at any stage of the research process. Librarians can help students develop a research topic and find sources for a research paper or project, including books, scholarly articles, primary sources, data, and more. They can also provide guidance on citing sources and help students install and use Zotero (a free, library-supported citation management tool). Find your librarian and book a research appointment here!