Study Skills & Tutoring
Do you need help with study skills? Are you looking for tutoring? IU Bloomington offers many good resources for students.
Academic Support Centers (ASCs) at Briscoe, Forest, and Teter Residence Halls facilitate group and individual tutorials, study groups, and study tables, and offer academic advising and workshops on study skills.
The Student Academic Center offers courses designed to improve students’ academic performance, free “Study Smarter” and “College and Lifelong Learning” Workshops, supplemental instruction for some classes, and individualized academic assessment and assistance.
The Academic Support Center runs free tutoring for Swahili, Twi, and Zulu.
The Academic Support Center provides free introductory tutoring for BUS-A 100, A 201, and K 201.
The Academic Support Center runs free chemistry tutoring for introductory classes. The Department of Chemistry provides free tutoring for 100-level courses as well as a list of private tutors for all chemistry classes. The Department of Chemistry also maintains a list of other useful Chemistry resources.
Informatics and Computing
The School of Informatics and Computing maintains a list of advanced undergraduate students willing to be hired to tutor for informatics and computer science classes. To find this list, scroll down to the bottom of the Undergraduate Advising web page and find “Academic Tutors.”