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In your courses, professors and TAs are the best sources of
academic support. You can visit them during office
hours or make appointments to ask specific questions and get
clarification about course content. Professors and
TAs often give advice about studying skills. The following video series
summarizes what most of them advise based on psychological science:
Beliefs That Make You Fail…Or SucceedWhat Students Should Understand About How People LearnCognitive Principles for Optimizing LearningPutting the Principles for Optimizing Learning into PracticeI Blew the Exam, Now What?
Beliefs That Make You Fail…Or Succeed
What Students Should Understand About How People Learn
Cognitive Principles for Optimizing Learning
Putting the Principles for Optimizing Learning into Practice
I Blew the Exam, Now What?
The Writing Center
is THE BEST place to go for help with any step of the writing process from brainstorming to revising. Please note that they do not edit or proofread papers, but can guide students to resolve their writing issues. Services
to all UD students. The Writing Center also offers workshops on specific topics such as APA
citation style, preparing to submit a thesis, and more. They opened a new Multimedia Writing Center at the Morris Library where some services and workshops may be held.
The Oral Communication Consultants can help with multiple aspects of delivering presentations such as
organizing ideas, using presentation software effectively, refining
presentation skills (e.g., voice quality and gestures), and more! This
service is free to all UD students.
The Multilingual Student Communication Center (MSCC) is a writing center that works specifically with undergraduate students whose home/native/first language is not English. They offer online and in-person tutoring with tutors trained to work with multilingual writers. You must make an appointment to receive services.
The Math Tutorial Lab
provides support to students in various math courses at UD. Highly qualified undergraduates and graduate students are available during drop-in hours. No appointments are necessary! There are also resources such as a textbook library with solution manuals.
The Department of Physics and Astronomy Help Center provides support to students in physics courses at UD. Graduate students are available during drop-in hours. No appointments are necessary!
For additional resources for help in math and sciences, check out the Interdisciplinary Science Learning Lab (ISE Lab) Academic Support offerings.
The Language Proficiency Center works with students to develop their foreign language writing skills. Students can work one-on-one or in small groups with trained foreign language writing consultants. You must make an appointment to receive services.
Contact the Office of Academic Enrichment (OAE) to learn about additional free and low cost tutoring options.