Come to Tutorama! Massive, FREE tutoring events! Tuesday, April 22, 9 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. in the University Pavilion 285 on the 2nd floor (just past Financial Aid's office). There will be free pizza and soda!
Free tutoring in biology, chemistry, computer science, economics, French, math, physics, Spanish and a variety of other subjects.
The University of Michigan-Flint offers tutoring on a walk-in basis for specific subjects and courses. For the Winter 2014 semester, the Student Success Center provides walk-in tutoring for Biology, Math and Physics courses. Additionally, the School of Management provides tutoring for Business courses.
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Study Groups is a new service provided by your Student Success Center that allows students and staff to organize study groups based on student need. Students will be able to organize times and dates where they can meet with their peers to cover material in their courses. If you're having difficulty understanding a course or if you just want a group of people to study with for an exam, Study Groups is a great tool for you to put yourself and others ahead of the game. If you have any questions about Study Groups, or you would like to set up a study group of your own contact the Student Success Center.
Learning Strategies Workshops Professionally trained peer educators will support your efforts in time management, note-taking, text comprehension, reading critically, and test preparation. Walk-in workshops are offered weekly!
Get Ready for Success workshops are just what you need to hone your study skills!
On February 18 and 19, 2014 from 8 a.m. - 2 p.m., one-hour workshops are being offered each day in the UCEN Happenings Room. Each workshop is aimed at improving students’ overall academic success. There are a total of seven different topics covered during the course of two days. Six workshops will be offered each day.
Topics include effective time management, note-taking secrets that work, understanding test anxiety, dealing with math anxiety, studying for the sciences, improving your reading comprehension and staying healthy.