Peer and online tutoring are available to help you engage with your course material and develop study skills for academic success.

Peer Tutoring Services will be available for the Spring 2023 Semester until May 2nd.


How to Use Our Services


Tutoring Access
Steps to Schedule a Peer Tutoring Appointment
  • Step 1: Log in to EAB Platform
  • Step 2: Click on the Make an Appointment button in the top right corner 
  • Step 3: Select Tutoring from the first drop-down menu 
  • Step 4: In the second drop down menu, under the A+ Tutoring and Academic Support heading, select A+ Tutoring Appointment  
  • Step 5: Click Find Available Time 
  • Step 6: Select your course, session date and time, and your tutor
Steps to Access Online Tutoring through NetTutor
  • Step 1: Log in to Blackboard  
  • Step 2: Select the Learning Commons course  
  • Step 3: Click the NetTutor link on the left 
  • Step 4: Select your subject area
Courses with Available Peer Tutoring

Spring courses with available peer tutoring are listed below. Peer tutoring for the Spring Semester will be available until May 2nd, 2023.

Note: Availability is subject to change. If listed course is unavailable, please verify with tutoring coordinator.


Subject Courses

BACC 211

BACC 222

TACC 222


ABIO 130

ABIO 131

ABIO 175


ABIO 301


BLAW 220


ACHM 115

ACHM 116

ACHM 220

ACHM 221

TCHM 130

TCHM 131

Computer Science

ICSI 201

ICSI 210

ICSI 213

Criminal Justice

RCRJ 201

RCRJ 202

RCRJ 203


AECO 110

AECO 111

TECO 110

TECO 111


IECE 111 

IECE 210

IECE 213

IECE 231





Human Biology

AANT 104

AANT 108

AANT 110

AANT 220

AANT 316

AANT 318



CINF 108

CINF 201

CINF 202

CINF 308

CINF 362


AEAJ 101

AEAJ 102

AEAJ 201

AEAJ 202

AEAJ 301

AEAJ 302

Latin American & Caribbean Studies 

ALCS 201

ALCS 300


ALIN 220


AMAT 100

AMAT 104

AMAT 106

AMAT 108

AMAT 112

AMAT 113

AMAT 214

AMAT 220

AMAT 311

TMAT 108

TMAT 118

TMAT 119


APHI 210

APHI 220

APHI 335


APHY 140

APHY 150

APHY 240

TPHY 141

TPHY 151

Political Science




RPOS 324

RPOS 326


APSY 101

APSY 203

APSY 210

APSY 211

APSY 214

APSY 270

APSY 327

APSY 329

APSY 338

APSY 380

APSY 389

TPSY 214


ASOC 115

ASOC 203

ASOC 221

TSOC 115


ASPN 100

ASPN 101

ASPN 200

ASPN 201

ASPN 302

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Additional Tutoring Services

Listed are upcoming tutoring workshop dates and topics. All workshops are offered at the Dutch Student Success Center and also online. Previous workshops are linked below to view.

Note: Workshop dates are subject to change.

Previous Workshops

Procrastination and Time Management

This workshop covers causes and rationalizations we make when procrastinating, strategies in addressing those rationalizations, and methods of time management

Upcoming Workshops


Taking Effective & Useful Notes (Includes All Subjects)

February 2nd at 4:00 p.m. in Taconic Building, Rm. 302

This workshop will cover methods and practices of effective note-taking. There are always creative ways to consider taking your course notes! 

Presenting Without Fear: Giving Presentations in a Different Language 

February 9th at 3:00 p.m. in Science Library Standish Room

Doing a presentation often sparks some anxiety in anyone, but can be even more stressful when you are presenting in a language that is not your native language. This workshop will discuss strategies and tips for presentations and hopefully, raise your presenting confidence!

Writing Essentials: Email Etiquette 

February 23rd at 3:00 p.m. in Science Library Standish Room

Writing emails doesn't just require good writing, it also requires you to know the unspoken rules of email culture. In this workshop, we will discuss the types of questions to ask yourself as you write and respond to emails.

Test Anxiety: Symptoms and Solutions

March 2nd at 4:00 p.m. in Science Library Standish Room

Test anxiety is common experience, but oftentimes feels very lonesome and isolating. The workshop is designed to help dissect these feelings, find new approaches to ease anxiousness, and offer support to UAlbany students.

Departmental Tutoring

Biological Sciences

IBASS: The IBASS (Integrative Biology Academic Support Service) Center will be open when classes are in session for free walk in tutoring for ABIO 130 & 131 starting January 23, 2023. There will also be limited tutoring hours for ABIO 212, 301, 330, & 365. The tutoring hours for the upper division courses can be found outside the IBASS Center

Location: Biology Building, Rm. 253

Hours: Monday - Thursday 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. and Fridays 11:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 

Contact: Please contact Elise Vogt, Lecturer (IBASS) by email at [email protected] or phone at 518-442-3455


Computer Sciences & Engineering

CEAS Learning Center: The CEAS Learning Center will be open when classes are in session for free walk-in tutoring starting January 23, 2023. The CEAS Learning Center location has the scheduled details of the tutoring hours for specific CEAS courses. 

Location: Humanities Building, Rm. 025

Hours: Monday - Friday 3:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. 

Contact: Please contact Mark Seabury by email at [email protected]



Note: For ECO 110, 111, 300 and 301

Hours & Locations: 

  • Monday
    • 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.; Hudson Building Rm. 242
    • 1:30 - 4:30 p.m.; Hudson Building Rm. 226
  • Tuesday
    • 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.; Hudson Building Rm. 226
  • Wednesday
    • 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.; Hudson Building Rm. 242
    • 1:30 - 4:30 p.m.; Hudson Building Rm. 226
  • Thursday
    •  1:30 - 4:30 p.m.; Hudson Building Rm. 226
  • Friday
    • 9:00 a.m. - 12:00pm; Hudson Building Rm. 226
    • 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.; Hudson Building Rm. 226

Contact: Please email Lance Frasier, Economics Advisor at [email protected] 


Information Security & Digital Forensics

Note: Spring 2023 open lab hours for working on BFOR classes and free walk-in tutoring for the following courses: BFOR 100, 200, 201, 204, 206, 303, 306, 402, 411, and 412 offered by teaching assistants and peer educators is available 

Location: Massry Center for Business (BB) Rms. 121 & 123; Via Zoom (please view schedule link for more information) 

Hours: Full schedule is available here and accessible with your UAlbany email address

Contact: Please contact Damira Pon, Academic Coordinator-Digital Forensics, Director of Students Services, Digital Forensics Program by email at [email protected]


Mathematics and Statistics

Location: Catskill Building, Rm. 332

Hours: Monday - Thursday, 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. and Friday, 9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Contact: Please call the Mathematics and Statistics Department at 518-442-4600



Location: Physics Building, Room 224


  • Monday 1:10 - 1:50 p.m.
  • Tuesday 12:30 - 2:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday 1:10 - 2:30 p.m.
  • Thursday 12:30 - 1:50 p.m.
  • Friday 1:10 - 1:50 p.m.

Contact: Please email Robert Schmitz, Professor, Physics at [email protected]

Study Buddies

Included on the Navigate App, students can access the Study Buddies feature. Using study buddies is a great way to facilitate your studies. It can sometimes be a challenge to make connections with the people in your class; this app feature bridges those connections for you and your classmates.

When you use study buddies, if there is anyone else in your course looking to make a connection, the app will alert you to connect with them. Or you can put out a virtual communication to your peers in your course to let them know you are looking for a study buddy. You can plan out study groups, study sessions, and work together with people in your class.


UAlbany student teaching peer student from a notebook


Faculty Resources
Blurb for Syllabus

Students at UAlbany can take advantage of tutoring services and can use peer tutoring for specific courses through EAB/Navigate. Or, students can use NetTutor for subject tutoring, an online 3rd party tutoring service accessed through Blackboard. Peer tutoring is a scheduled 1-hour peer-to-peer tutoring session. Sessions can be scheduled in-person or through Zoom.

Additionally, students can use the Study Buddies feature on the Navigate app to connect with other students in the class to form study groups and work with peers.

Tutoring services also provides workshops for study skills and research throughout the semester. I encourage you to take advantage of this service to help you excel in this class, as well as your other courses.

Tutoring Coordinator Information Sessions

Faculty can schedule a class visit with the tutoring coordinator to offer a short information session (about 10 minutes) informing students about UAlbany's tutoring services. We will work with you to tailor a presentation to your particular class if needed, or assist you in planning your own session.

To request an information session, please email tutoring coordinator Danielle Howe. We look forward to helping your students become more effective learners.

Student Referrals

How To Become A Tutor

If you have a student that you think would be an excellent addition to the team of tutors at UAlbany, we gladly accept faculty recommendations (especially if there are subject areas where we currently do not have peer tutors).

Please email tutoring coordinator Danielle Howe with student recommendations.


How To Use Tutoring Services

If you have a student that you think would benefit from peer tutoring, please direct them to the Navigate app to book an appointment with a peer tutor or to NetTutor to use the online tutoring service.

We also suggest that students use the Study Buddies feature on the navigate app to connect with peers in their class. They can also be directed to attend workshops or view previous ones held on our website.

We strongly encourage faculty to promote our services to any and all students, but certainly to those who are struggling. If the student is having technical issues while attempting to use tutoring services, they can be directed to our tutoring coordinator Danielle Howe.

Other Information
Academic Standing

The University at Albany requires that you maintain a cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.00 and an average of 2.00 in the major and the minor to earn a bachelor’s degree.

The GPA is an important indicator of your ability to achieve a bachelor’s degree. The following policies are in effect for undergraduate students whose performance indicates that they are in danger of failing to meet the conditions necessary to earn a degree.

Please refer to academic standing policies for more information.

Success Tips

Stay Organized

  • Make a schedule for yourself: write down all appointments, due dates, exam dates, study blocks, tutoring, etc.
  • Prioritize your coursework: which due dates are first? which assignments will take the longest?
  • Work on one thing at a time: trying to juggle more than one task at a time can get hectic.
  • Create a physical space to do your work: designating a space where you work will help your brain focus on academics.


Stay Connected

  • Talk to your Academic Advisor: they can help you if you're dealing with stress or are feeling overwhelmed.
  • Keep in contact with people who are important to you such as, friends, classmates and mentors: taking a break from your work has been found to be beneficial in promoting positive wellbeing and reducing stress.
  • Utilize student support services on campus: these services are available to help you succeed at the University at Albany.


Stay Informed

  • Pay attention to when assignments are due: have due dates changed? put them on a calendar in front of your workspace to remind yourself.
  • Check Blackboard consistently: make this a daily habit, whether something is due or not.
  • Check your email regularly: professors, advisors and the University will send you updates you don’t want to miss.


Stay Healthy

  • Practice self-care: take care of yourself as it is critical for your well-being and success throughout your academic journey.
Tutoring Policies
  • Tutoring Appointments: Students may schedule up to three appointments per week in any combination of in-person and zoom sessions. Tutoring appointments are one hour in length. Please note that students may not schedule more than one appointment in the same course/tutor on the same day. Tutors are not substitutes for professors. Tutoring sessions are not substitutes for attending class, taking notes during class, completing homework assignments, studying, and seeking help when necessary. 
  • Plagiarism: Tutors work under the assumption that the work brought to the session is the work of the student/tutee. Tutors who suspect plagiarism will discuss with students citation rules as needed; tutors are not responsible for work submitted by the student/tutee. To view more information on the subject of plagiarism, please view the University's Academic Integrity Policy.
  • Remediation: A student who needs help in a course outside of our tutoring subjects, or who is in danger of failing a course, should use multiple strategies for remediation including contacting the course professor, attending all sessions offered, using the study buddies feature on Navigate, meeting with the grad assistant (when applicable), meeting with advisor, completing all course assignments, and studying independently. 
  • Missed Classes/Absences: Students cannot make appointments with our tutors to learn materials from missed lectures due to absence. If you miss class, it is the student's responsibility to review missed material and attend office hours to go over questions or clarifications on the content. It is not the responsibility of our tutors to teach missed materials, and they have the right to forfeit the appointment if students have not reviewed both on their own and with their professor prior to the session.
  • Student/Tutee Conduct: Students who use UAlbany Tutoring services are expected to adhere to our policies, observe the University's Student Conduct Policy, and behave in a professional and respectful manner. Students who do not meet these expectations may lose peer tutoring privileges.
Contact Tutoring
Danielle Howe
LI-36, Room 036K

1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY 12222
United States

Office Hours

Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.