Peer Tutoring

Meet with a peer tutor for support with a course

The Peer Tutoring Program provides assistance for students with the academic content of their courses. Upper-division students are available to tutor students in most lower-level courses at the University, free of charge.

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Program Mission Statement

To foster a positive and encouraging learning environment where diverse groups of students can achieve academic success. Through working in partnership, highly skilled tutors will empower students by providing them with the tools to become effective independent learners while increasing their confidence in their skills and abilities.

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Subject Support Centers

Drop in to study, collaborate and receive help

Our Subject Support Centers are department-based peer tutoring spaces where you can receive support with particular subjects on a drop-in basis. 

A Subject Support Center is particularly useful in receiving help with a course that is not included in the Harte Center's Peer Tutoring Program. Alternatively, students may wish to use a Subject Support Center as a structured place in which to study, complete assignments, and ask questions.

Below are the Subject Support Centers available this fall term:

LATN 101 & 201
Leyburn 109
Tues, 7-9 PM
Prof Rebecca Benefiel
Professor of Classics
MUS 163
Wilson Hall 4008
Tues and Thurs, 7-9 PM
Prof Akiko Konishi
Professor of Music, Piano
MUS 262
Wilson Hall 3034
Tues and Thurs, 12:30-2:30 PM
Prof Akiko Konishi
Professor of Music, Piano