Visit your professor during office hours
If you need help, see your professor first. Professors are your best resouce and can explain a tricky concept in a new way, review your test results and suggest ways to improve for next time, or read rough drafts of your writing. Office hours are listed on the top of your syllabus. No appointments are necessary. However, if you have time conflicts with the office hours listed, you may request an appointment at a different time.
During fall and spring, live online support for any 100 level Math course as well as statistics courses taught across the curriculum including APSY 210, ASOC 221, AMAT 108 and RCRJ 281 is available Sunday through Thursday nights 7:00pm - midnight. Online support is available for writing Sunday through Thursday nights between 7:00pm and midnight. For more information and instructions on working with an online tutor click here.
Advising PLUS Tutoring
Students seeking help in APSY 101 or any other Psychology class
may visit the tutors on Mondays from 11:30 to 12:30 and from 1 to 2 pm in the
Student Success Center on State Quad.
Advising PLUS Weekly Review Sessions
Students seeking help with APSY 210 may attend the
sessions on Thursdays from 7 to 8 pm in the Student Success Center. Students
seeking help in APSY 211 may attend the sessions on Thursdays from 4:30 to 5:30
pm in the Student Success Center. No appointment
For Papers and Projects
The University Libraries offer individual help in finding information about your topic, organizing your project and getting it done. You can simply walk up to the Reference Desks, or use these links to learn more about specific assistance.
IM/Text, email or phone with your question
PAWS - individual appointment with a librarian
Research by subject
Advising PLUS General Assistance
These individual sessions can help you focus your efforts on the studying you need to do for this class. Free. No registration required. Contact Barbara Brown at (518)442-3971 or email@example.com.
Monday- Friday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm SS 308
Dr. Robert Rosellini firstname.lastname@example.org