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Tutoring Resources

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The University is committed to academic resources to support student success. This site guides students to services available on campus, from our peer institutions, and other non-university websites. Students are always encouraged to seek out assistance early in the semester. In addition to utilizing these tutoring services and academic success resources, students should consult their academic department for more resources in their major courses. The Undergraduate Catalog provides contact information for your major department (search by college/school) and a directory of all student resources and services.  


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University of Maryland, College Park Tutoring Resources

Tutoring services are available for many courses across multiple majors. Check the links below to see if help is available for your course(s). Please also check with your department for additional support. Find the contact information for your major department here.

  • Agriculture & Natural Resources:

  • Chemistry:

  • Computer Science:

    • Maryland Center for Women in Computing (MCWIC) offers 1:1 tutoring AND Guided Study Sessions in several CMSC classes (CMSC131, CMSC 131A, CMSC 132, CMSC 216, CMSC 250, CMSC330, or CMSC351). Interested students must first complete the Tutor Request form and sign-up for specific times using the Google calendar link found in the form. *free
    • Students enrolled in 400 level courses may contact the Undergraduate Office at and request help to find a tutor who has been vetted by the department. *free
    • The Maryland Center for Women in Computing (MCWIC) Peer Mentoring Program: Peer Mentoring Clusters are open to all women interested in computing attending the University of Maryland. Students are organized into clusters of 4-6 students across academic years based on computing interest. Students will gain access to professional development events, talks, and social activities. *free

  • Economics:

    • Graduate Student Tutors is a listing of Economics graduate student tutors who offer paid tutoring services for various ECON courses. *pay-for-service option

  • Engineering:

    • The A. James Clark School of Engineering provides a comprehensive list of tutoring services on campus in several subjects unique to Engineering. *free
    • The Keystone Center (1116 J.M. Patterson) provides academic support to engineering majors. The Center is staffed at all times with upper-level undergraduate and graduate students who can provide assistance in answering questions in fundamental engineering courses (ENES 100, 102, 220, 221 and 232 and BIOE 120). *free

  • Physics:

    • SPS Tutoring for Physics Majors (1304 Physics) the Department of Physics provides opportunities to receive both individualized and group homework support. *free
    • The Slawsky Clinic (1214 Physics) provides physics tutoring for students on a walk-in, first-come, first-served basis. The clinic primarily serves 100 and 200 level physics classes. Tutors can answer additional physics questions as their time and knowledge permits. The tutors include retired professors, scientists, and engineers. *free

Non-University Websites**

**Non-University Websites: Note that UMD does not endorse these external links. They are listed here as resources for your consideration.

  •** is an online tutoring platform for students to connect with volunteers, private peer tutors, and mentors at the University of Maryland. was founded by a group of University of Maryland alumni who wished to create a more collaborative and interactive learning environment for college students. Register today to receive support or sign-up to become a tutor to build your resume. *Free and pay-for-service options


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The Tutoring and Academic Success Resources website provides links to non-UMD sites. Although every effort is made to provide relevant, accurate, and helpful information, the University of Maryland is not responsible for the content or privacy practices of these sites.