Tutoring plays an important role in academic success. Students in every discipline at the University can benefit from tutoring support at four convenient campus locations. Faculty-recommended peer tutors provide assistance in over 75 courses, and Write Place tutors assist students in every major. Tutors clarify concepts in gateway and high-risk courses; students participate in review sessions and in facilitated study groups that are guided by faculty. Students may also review specific course material or improve skills under the guidance of a peer tutor. This assistance is offered free of charge to undergraduates.
College Reading and Learning Association Certification
The tutoring program at UMass Lowell is certified by the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) to recognize peer tutors at three levels: regular, master and advanced. CLASS peer tutors are faculty-recommend and have successfully completed the course(s) they tutor with a grade of B+ or higher. If you are interested in becoming a peer tutor, contact George Thompson (North Campus Majors) or Todd Borchers (South Campus Majors)
Four Convenient Locations
UMass Lowell students can receive tutoring at any of the four Centers for Learning locations: North Campus in Southwick 321, South Campus in O'Leary Commons, 1st Floor. Evening tutoring is available in Fox Hall 1st floor and at the Inn & Conference Center (ICC) 8th floor for ICC residents only.
If the university is closed, all Centers for Learning services will be cancelled. Call 978-934-2121, check the website or sign up at www.uml.edu/notify for UMass Lowell cancellations.