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How do I provide support to English language learners?
To whom do I refer a student who is a first-generation college student?
Where do I refer a student who has a disability or suspects he or she has a disability?
Where do students go for support to write a paper, lab report, project, presentation, or application?
Where can students find tutoring when they do not understand their course content?
Department Resources exist to support you in your course work. Find out more about what the Chemistry, Math, and Biology department offer here.
How can students learn to manage their time and create study systems?
Where does a student go for support if they are feeling overwhelmed?
Tutoring For an appointment: (802) 656-4075 email@example.com AIM: uvmlearncoop 244 Living Learning Commons, 633 Main Street
Counseling and Psychiatry Services (CAPS): Providing counseling, assessments, consultation, and referrals. Free to students. (802) 656-3340, Jacobs House 146 S. Williams Street
Can students find help to study for a quiz, test or exam?
Department Resources exist to support you in your course work. Find out more about what the Computer Science, Math, and Physics departments offer here.
How do I refer a student to their advisor?
How can I refer an excellent student who is looking for additional experiences to become a tutor?
Students from across all disciplines can become subject area tutors in the Learning Cooperative. Certain subjects receive more demand than others, but tutors work with more than 200 distinct courses.
To recommend a student for the subject area tutor position, any faculty member can complete our recommendation form.
For an overview of the position, you can view our website.
Any questions about the subject area tutor position can be directed to Keith Williams, Tutor Program Coordinator overseeing the subject area program.
Learning Skills Tutors
The Learning Cooperative also hires and trains students to become Learning Skills tutors. Instead of working with particular courses, these tutors work with improving all aspects of an individual's study system. This includes, but is not limited to, topics such as procrastination and time management, test-taking and test anxiety, textbook reading, note-taking, and personal motivation.
One can find on our website a description of the program.
For any questions about the Learning Skills tutor position, or to recommend a student to become a Learning Skills tutor, you can contact Keith Williams, Tutor Program Coordinator overseeing the Learning Skills program.
The Writing Center employs over fifty peer-tutors from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds. Writing tutors can provide assistance with understanding assignments, organization, developing ideas, strengthening arguments, revising drafts, general feedback, and essentially anything else related to the process of writing.
More information about the Writing Center and the writing tutor position can be found on the website.
In order to recommend a student, or to ask questions about the Writing center, you can contact Susan Dinitz, Director of the Writing Center.
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