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Tutoring Services for UB Students

Some programs on campus can provide personalized assistance with academic coursework.

Note that individual schools and departments may also offer tutoring services and academic advisement. Consult your departmental office or instructor for more information.

Undergraduate Students


  • Academic Success Centers and Tutoring
    Various sites.
    Available to: Undergraduate students
    Services: Individual or group tutoring on most first-year courses
  • Library Skills Workbook
    Online tutorial
    Available to: Undergraduate students (required for graduation)
    Services: The Workbook is designed to help UB students develop research skills including: the research process, finding books and scholarly journal articles, searching and evaluating information found on the web, and navigating the UB Libraries web site.
  • Mathmatics Department Help Center
    Walk in tutoring for MTH 115, 121, 122, 131, 141, 142, 241, 306
    Check website for location and hours.
  • The Math Place, Thomas J. Edwards Learning Center
    209 Baldy Hall, (716) 645-2394
    Available to: Undergraduate students
    Services: Assistance with mathematics assignments from peer tutors and instructors
  • The Center for Excellence in Writing
    209 Baldy Hall, (716) 645-5139
    Services: Writing help for students, faculty, staff.


  • Student-Athlete Tutorial Program, Office of Athlete Academic and Student Services
    169 Alumni Arena, (716) 645-3338
    Available to: Active student-athletes
    Services: Tutoring for most undergraduate courses

Cora P. Malony College (formerly CADS) Students

  • Tutoring and Academic Resource Center (formerly CADS Tutorial Lab)
    46 Capen Hall (in the Silverman Library, Ground floor), (716) 645-6693
    Available to: All CPMC students, including EOP, ACE, UB STEM, CSTEP, Acker Scholars
    Services: individual and group tutoring in all disciplines

Engineering & Applied Sciences Students

  • Academic help is available from several sources for students in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. They are listed at
    Available to: Students in the School of Engineering & Applied Sciences
    Services: Small group sessions for engineering classes, including math, chemistry, and physics

Graduate Students

  • Editorial Assistance Program, Graduate Student Association

    Available to: All graduate students
    Services: Editorial advice for written assignments on any subject

Related Help Pages

Last Update: Sept 2013