The Division of Academic Enhancement offers free undergraduate tutoring services through the Academic Resource Center (ARC).
In response to UGA transitioning to virtual instruction, the Division for Academic Enhancement has moved many of our services online. During this time, beginning on March 30th, our department will continue to offer peer tutoring for UGA courses via Zoom and GoBoard. If you would like to meet with a peer tutor, you can make an appointment through SAGE.
All currently enrolled UGA undergrad students can meet with peers who have successfully completed the course being tutored to discuss class content, ask questions, and share study tips and resources. Tutoring is free and is provided online via Zoom or GoBoard.
UGA students can schedule up to two hours of individualized appointments per subject each week, including specialized writing assistance. The appointments can be booked back-to-back, if needed. Students must make an appointment online in SAGE.
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Stop by during open hours and meet a course-specific tutor to get clarification on concepts, review homework and course notes, or prepare for exams. Drop-in availability is posted under the tabs for each subject.
Study Pods are comprised of a small group of students all enrolled in a single course, and a tutor. These are weekly, 1.5-hour meetings which help provide a high level of support in a more structured and time-intensive tutoring experience.
The ARC accepts study pod participants throughout the semester. When the ARC is accepting study pod participants, an active application link will be posted on the respective subject page.
Online PDF Test Review packets and videos are available for MATH 1101, MATH 1113, and MATH 2260 under the Math and Statistic Test Review tab.
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Be aware that all tutoring services operate within Academic Honesty guidelines. For clarification regarding authorized assistance, contact the course instructor.
Our program and tutors are accredited through the College Reading and Learning Association which recognizes effective approaches to student learning.
For more information about the program or to make an appointment, call 706.542.0163 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.