Tutoring

Our professional staff select and train our peer tutors in a collaborative approach that helps students become self-aware, interdependent learners. Tutoring is available in writing and research, mathematics, science, and other content areas.  


Individual Tutoring

Work with a tutor individually to collaborate on course material and focus on developing your skills and learning strategies that will help you become a more powerful learner. You are welcome to 1 hour of free individual tutoring per week for each class in which you are enrolled

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Study Groups

Work with peer or professional tutors who facilitate a group study session based on your questions and needs. To make the most of your study group time, please read course notes/textbook sections and attempt any homework problems before you arrive. We look forward to seeing you at one of the study groups. 

 

SCIENCE STUDY GROUPS
Course, Instructor Day Time Room Tutor

BIOL 413/Cooke

Monday 12:00 - 12:50 305 Lizz
BIOL 413/Thompson Wednesday 12:00 - 12:50 302 Katie

CHEM 404/Reynolds

Tuesday 12:00 - 12:50 142 Meghana
CHEM 651/Reynolds Tuesday 9:30 - 10:20 126 Jeremy
PSYC 401/Paglia Thursday 9:00 - 9:50 307 Sarah P.
MATH STUDY GROUPS
Course, Instructor Day Time Room Tutor

MATH 418/Kieronski

Monday 11:00 - 11:50 104 Madison
MATH 420/Kieronski Wednesday 11:00 - 11:50 305 Sarah S.
Math drop-in

Have a quick math question? In addition to one-on-one tutorials and study groups, you are welcome to attend as many math drop-in hours as are available. No appointment necessary. Stop by the CAE at the times listed below.
 

Math Drop-In
Monday - Thursday: 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m.
class-link tutoring

Many UNH Manchester courses are paired with class-link tutors. These tutors are students who have been successful in the same course; they attend the class and provide a peer perspective on the material. Class-link tutors may participate in class discussions, problem solving, activities, and workshopping papers.

The class-links are not teaching assistants. Because they have no authority over the students in the class from a grading or instruction standpoint, class-link tutors can offer students a different perspective than instructors can provide.