Tutoring & Academic Assistance
We offer a variety of resources on campus to ensure your academic success.
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Peer tutoring is available to Women's College students by requesting an appointment. If you are a Graduate student, Adult Undergraduate Studies student, or Pharmacy student, please contact your professor for assistance.
Appointments should be requested at least one week advance, or further if preparing for a final exam or research paper.
- Your tutor will contact you to discuss the location of your tutoring session.
- The Success Center may contact appropriate faculty and administrators to determine the best route to meet your tutoring needs.
- Tutoring is not offered for undergraduate level Chemistry courses per the request of the department. Contact your professor for assistance.
- The Tutoring Center does not provide assistance for the Praxis exam.
If your teacher has authorized SmarThinking as a web tool for their course(s), then you can access 24/7 online tutoring by logging into your course through your Joule account.
Useful Tools and Tips
- GPA Calculator
- Notre Dame Schedule Organizer (PDF)
- Golden Rules of Goal Setting (PDF)
- Personal Goal Setting Worksheet (PDF)
- Study Skills Assessment (PDF)
- Effective Study Skills (PDF)
- Mastering the Art of Taking Good Notes (PDF)
- Strategies for Active Reading (PDF)
- Test Taking Tips (PDF)
- Apps for Academic Success (PDF)
The classroom, with all its limitations, remains a location of possibility. In that field of possibility we have the opportunity to labor for freedom, to demand of ourselves and our comrades, an openness of mind and heart that allows us to face reality even as we collectively imagine ways to move beyond boundaries, to transgress. This is education as the practice of freedom - Bell Hooks
Loyola/Notre Dame Library
The Loyola/Notre Dame Library (LNDL) is a great resource if you have the chance to visit and it also offers very helpful online guides and animated tutorials that cover citation styles, library tools, research databases, and subject-specific paper drafting. The LNDL staff provides you with a variety of ways through which you can request help, including text and instant message!
The Writing Center is a very helpful resource for composing and editing papers. It is located in Gibbons Hall, Room 504. Request an appointment.
Apply to be a Peer Tutor
Are you interested in a paid on-campus job and think you may be qualified to tutor in a particular course/subject? The tutoring program hires student tutors from a variety of disciplines at NDMU.
Complete an application. Incomplete application packets will not be considered.