Asking for help when you need it is one of the smartest things you can do. UB has many services to help students who wish to improve their academic performance. Our tutoring services are free and available in subjects like math, writing, and science. Remember, seeking help doesn’t mean you’re failing! It’s the first step on your path to success.
As a UB student, you get free unlimited tutoring in our Academic Success Centers, located in three residence hall areas. Tutoring is available in accounting, biology, chemistry, economics, English, math and physics. Individuals, groups, on-campus residents and commuters are encouraged to drop by the centers between 7 p.m. and 10 p.m., Sundays through Thursdays. No appointment necessary.
Get help without leaving your room! All UB students have access to free, unlimited online tutoring in writing, math, chemistry, accounting and biology. Request a tutor and learn more about these services.
209 Baldy Hall | Phone: 716-645-5139
Strengthen your writing skills at the Center for Excellence in Writing. The dedicated staff helps UB writers through individual appointments, online consultations, writing groups, workshops and more. Walk-ins are always welcome!
107 and 110 Mathematics Building | Phone: 716-645-6284
Free, walk-in tutoring is available in the Mathematics Help Center for the following courses:
If you prefer the assistance of a private tutor, you can access a list in the main department office.
Are You Ready? Students about to start first- and second-year math courses at UB can access a number of online quiz and review programs.
Operation Mother Hen provides beginning calculus students with a collection of video lectures for MTH 141 and MTH 142.
211 Baldy Hall | Phone: 716-645-2394
Visit the Thomas J. Edwards Learning Center to get free tutoring through The Math Place. Walk-in tutoring is available for the following subjects:
359 Natural Sciences Complex | Phone: 716-645-6800
You don’t have to be a chemistry major to get tutoring through UB’s Department of Chemistry! Help is available for students taking the introductory Chemistry courses in the following ways:
Any other questions contact the Chemistry department at 645-6800 or email@example.com.
Many students love the Khan Academy, a destination for online exercises, instructional videos, and personalized learning dashboards.
Last updated: January 18, 2017 11:14 am EST
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