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Tutoring

UConn and its schools and colleges coordinate many types of tutoring for students. Some areas of study have dedicated tutoring centers available while others set aside hours for tutoring of all kinds. Read the descriptions of each tutoring option below and click on the links provided to view tutoring locations, schedules, and more.

Benefits of Tutoring

  1. Complements existing study habits
  2. Provides review of course material
  3. Clarifies material learned in class
  4. Helps you prepare for tests and assignments
  5. Provides support and motivation

Tutoring Centers

Tutoring Centers focus on a specific topic or discipline and maintain regular hours in a designated area on campus. The Language Center, the Quantitative Learning Center (Q-Center) and the Writing Center are alllocated on level one of the Homer Babbidge Library. Click on a link below to access each Center’s hours and additional information.

  1. W Center
  2. Q Center
  3. Language Center
  4. Engineering Tutoring Center
  5. Economics Tutoring Center

Tutoring By Topic

Tutoring sessions listed under each topic are provided by the respective department unless otherwise noted as Supplemental Instruction.  (860 – 486 – 3314).

 FREE!

 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE TUTORING

 

Spring 2018 Semester

 

 

ARABIC – CHINESE – FRENCH

 

GERMAN - SPANISH

 

 

Free tutoring is available in Oak Hall to students according to the following schedule (beginning Monday, January 29):

 

MON:        SPANISH           1:30-4:30 p.m.    Annia Bu                      Oak Hall 264

                 

WEDS:     ARABIC            4-7 p.m.               Mariam Kanaan           Oak Hall 217

 

                  CHINESE          2:30-5:30 p.m.    Janet Zheng                Oak Hall 257

 

                  SPANISH            1-4 p.m.             Eilyn Cabrera               Oak Hall 216

 

THURS:  FRENCH           1-4 p.m.               Clemence Lucchini     Oak Hall 264

 

                   GERMAN          12-3 p.m.             Michael Pfremmer       Oak Hall 202

 

 

If you have any questions or comments on this tutoring program, please call the Department of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages at 486-3314.  We want to help you and are open to your feedback.

Economics Courses Serviced:

  • Intros: ECON 1000, 1200, 1201, 1202
  • Intermediates: ECON 2201 & 2202
  • Quantitatives: ECON 2301 & 2311 (Madeline and Tim ONLY)

Location: Oak Hall 312, check in at OAK 309 front desk

Appointments are not required. First come, first served.

Please come prepared with specific questions or material in which you need clarification.

Students will be seen in 15 minute increments if there is a line.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

10:00-11:00 am

Tim

12:30-4:30pm Madeline

2:30-4:30pm

Alex

10-11am

Tim

12-2pm

Jennafer

3:30-4:30pm

Tim

2:30-4:30pm

Alex

10-11am

Tim

12-2pm

Jennafer