Undergraduate students who are eligible for TRIO/Student Support Services may be able to receive one on one tutoring free of charge. Maybe you’re falling behind or completely lost in one of your classes. Maybe you have a B that you want turned into an A. Maybe you have a specific academic skill that needs strengthening. Whatever your reason, working with a peer tutor can be one of the best ways to be successful in a class. Tutoring is supplemental education, designed to support your understanding of the material from lecture, lab, and your textbook.
CFAR has a trained staff of outstanding peer tutors. If you think working with a tutor is what you need to achieve your goals, visit us during walk-in hours, Monday through Thursday, 11:00am to 3:00pm.
TRIO/SSS students: Not sure if you're eligible for TRIO/SSS services? Click here or meet with a CFAR educational counselor during drop-in hours.
Additional Course Specific Resources
Tutoring may not be exactly what you need. Check out these resources as possible alternatives to tutoring:
- meeting with a professional staff member to discuss your academics
- working with an academic peer mentor
- a Campus Resources handout with a list of free tutoring sessions from organizations around UNH
Do you want to be a tutor?
CFAR hires undergraduate students to work one-on-one or in small study groups with their TRIO/SSS-eligible peers in certain courses. Contact Christine Zaimes, the TRIO/SSS Tutor Coordinator, by email to learn more. If you are interested in applying to be a tutor for CFAR, please find below a job description, application, and faculty reference form:
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Please submit your application to Christine Zaimes by email or by dropping off a paper copy to CFAR in Smith Hall, Room 201. Work-study is preferred (but not required) for this position. The following are common courses requested for tutors:
- ADMN 502/503
- BIOL 411/412
- BMCB 658/751
- BMS 507/508
- CHEM 403/404/405
- CHEM 545/651/652
- ECON 401/402
- Foreign Languages (FREN, SPAN, etc.)
- MATH 418
- MATH 424A/B
- MATH 425/426
- MATH 527
- PHYS 401/402
- PHYS 407/408
- Statistics (ADMN 420, BIOL 528, MATH 644, PSYC 402, SOC 502, etc.)