Access Peer Tutoring in a Variety of Subjects 

Engage with your course material and develop study skills critical for academic success with the guidance of a peer tutor. Explore courses with free, one-on-one or small group tutoring and make an appointment below.

Current UAlbany undergraduate students can schedule up to three appointments per week, with any combination of in-person and Zoom sessions. 

You may not schedule more than one appointment for the same course or with the same tutor on the same day. 
 

Schedule a Peer Tutoring Appointment

To schedule a tutoring appointment, follow these instructions: 

  1. Log into EAB Navigate.

  2. Click on the “Make an Appointment” button. 

  3. In the first drop-down menu, select “Tutoring.” 

  4. In the second drop-down menu, select either a 1-hour or 30-minute University Tutoring Appointment (whichever is preferred).

  5. Click “Find Available Time.” 

  6. Select your course

  7. Select your session date and time.

  8. Review and confirm the details of your appointment, and select "Schedule" to book your session.

The location of your tutoring appointment will be included in the notes.

  • In person session are held in the Learning Commons Tutoring Studio, located on the first floor of the University Library 

  • Virtual sessions are held via zoom and your tutor's zoom link is included on the details of your appointment.

Spring 2024 Courses with Peer Tutoring

Spring 2024 tutoring begins on Monday, January 29th.

Note: Tutoring availability is subject to change. If you cannot find tutoring for a course listed below, please confirm availability with the tutoring coordinator.
 

Subject AreaCourses with Available Tutoring
Accounting

BACC 211 

BACC 222 

BACC 311

Africana Studies

AAFS 101

AAFS 209

AAFS 219

AAFS 322

AAFS 345

AAFS 400

Arabic AARA 101 
Atmospheric Science AATM 103 
Biology

ABIO 130 

ABIO 131 

ABIO 201

ABIO 212Y 

ABIO 330

Chemistry

ACHM 115 

ACHM 116 

ACHM 220 

ACHM 221 

TCHM 130 

Computer Science

ICSI 201 

ICSI 210 

Criminal Justice

RCRJ 201 

RCRJ 202 

RCRJ 203

CybersecurityCYBR 124X
Digital Forensics

BFOR 100

BFOR 203

BFOR 205

Economics

AECO 110 

AECO 111 

AECO 330

Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security, and Cybersecurity

CEHC 101

CEHC 210

CEHC 310

CEHC 344

Engineering

IECE 201 

IECE 210 

Environmental Science   

AENV 106

AENV 221 

FinanceBFIN 210
French

AFRE 101

AFRE 102

AFRE 221Y

AFRE 222Y

History 

AHIS 100 

AHIS 101 

AHIS 158 

Human Biology 

AANT 104 

AANT 108 

AANT 110

AANT 220 

AANT 311

AANT 318

Informatics

CINF 100X 

CINF 108 

CINF 200

CINF 201 

CINF 202 

CINF 203

CINF 305

CINF 306

CINF 362

Information Technology

BITM 215

BITM 330

Japanese

AEAJ 102

AEAJ 202

AEAJ 302

AEAJ 502

Korean

AEAK 102

AEAK 170

AEAK 202Y

AEAK 302Y

AEAK 377

Latin American & Caribbean Studies

ALCS 201 

ALCS 240

ALCS 495

LinguisticsALIN 220
Math 

AMAT 100 

AMAT 104 

AMAT 106 

AMAT 108 

AMAT 112 

AMAT 113 

AMAT 214

AMAT 215

TMAT 118

Philosophy

APHI 114 

APHI 210 

APHI 212

Physics 

APHY 105

APHY 140

APHY 150

Political Science 

RPOS 101W 

RPOS 102X 

RPOS 103Y 

RPOS 140

RPOS 302

RPOS 326 

RPOS 336

Psychology

APSY 101 

APSY 203 

APSY 210 

APSY 211 

APSY 214 

APSY 238

APSY 270 

APSY 327 

APSY 329 

APSY 380

APSY 381

Sociology

ASOC 115 

ASOC 180

ASOC 221 

ASOC 262

Spanish 

ASPN 100 

ASPN 101 

ASPN 200 

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University Tutoring Policies

Missed Classes & Assignments

Tutors are not substitutes for professors. Tutoring is not a substitute for attending class, taking notes, completing homework, studying and seeking help when necessary.  

You cannot make a tutoring appointment to learn material you missed due to a class absence. 

If you miss class, it’s your responsibility to review any missed material and attend your professor’s office hours to ask questions and seek clarification on the content. 

Tutors have the right to cancel an appointment if you have not reviewed missed material on your own and with your professor. 

Cancellations & No-shows

Cancellations: We accept cancellations up to one hour before your scheduled session. If you don’t plan on attending an appointment you booked, please cancel as soon as possible to allow other students to use the open session. If you cancel within the hour of your appointment, you will get a notification that of a no-show cancellation. This will count toward your overall no-shows and may result in loss of access to our services.

No-shows: If you don’t arrive within 15 minutes of your scheduled appointment time, you’ll be considered a no-show and your session will be forfeited. After three or more no-shows, you may lose access to University Tutoring services for the rest of the semester. 

Plagiarism

Tutors work under the assumption that the work you bring to a session is your own work. Tutors who suspect plagiarism will discuss citation rules with you and may report concerns, as needed. 

Tutors are not responsible for the work you submit. For more information on plagiarism, view UAlbany’s Academic Integrity Policy

Remediation

If you need help with a course for which we don’t offer tutoring, or if you’re in danger of failing a course, you should use multiple strategies to remediate the situation: 

  • Contact your professor. 

  • Attend all class sessions. 

  • Find a study partner.

  • Meet with your Teaching Assistant (TA), if applicable. 

  • Meet with your Academic Advisor

  • Complete all course assignments. 

  • Study independently. 

Student Conduct

Students are expected to adhere to University Tutoring’s policies and the University’s student code of conduct, Community Rights & Responsibilities

Students are also expected to behave in a professional and respectful manner.  

Students who do not meet these expectations may lose access to University Tutoring’s services.

contact
Contact University Tutoring
University Library Room 36 (LI-36)

1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY 12222
United States

Office Hours

8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday 

Make an appointment.

Reach University Tutoring Coordinator Danielle Howe at [email protected].