Tutoring & Academic Assistance
We offer a variety of resources on campus to ensure your academic success.
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Peer tutoring is available to Women's College students by requesting an appointment. If you are a Graduate student, Adult Undergraduate Studies student, or Pharmacy student, please contact your professor for assistance.
Appointments should be requested at least one week advance, or further if preparing for a final exam or research paper.
- Your tutor will contact you to discuss the location of your tutoring session.
- The Success Center may contact appropriate faculty and administrators to determine the best route to meet your tutoring needs.
- Tutoring is not offered for undergraduate level Chemistry courses per the request of the department. Contact your professor for assistance.
If your teacher has authorized SmarThinking as a web tool for their course(s), then you can access 24/7 online tutoring by logging into your course through your Joule account.
Writing: Drafting, Editing & Citation Formatting
Loyola/Notre Dame Library
The Loyola/Notre Dame Library (LNDL) is a great resource if you have the chance to visit and it also offers very helpful online guides and animated tutorials that cover citation styles, library tools, research databases, and subject-specific paper drafting. The LNDL staff provides you with a variety of ways through which you can request help, including text and instant message!
The Writing Center is a very helpful resource for composing and editing papers. It is located in Gibbons Hall, Room 504. Request an appointment.
Apply to be a Peer Tutor
Are you interested in a paid on-campus job and think you may be qualified to tutor in a particular course/subject? The tutoring program hires student tutors from a variety of disciplines at NDMU.