Tutoring & Learning Services
Drop-In Tutoring Going Online During Spring 2020 Semester
As the UND campus turns to remote instruction you may be faced with a new challenge of studying online. We will continue to offer our drop-in tutoring services online beginning Wednesday, March 25, 2020. Students accessing online Drop-In Tutoring need to log in using your UND Zoom account (UND.Zoom.us)
Please check the Drop-In Tutoring schedule for the days/times the tutors are available via Zoom during the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester.
For tips and advice on how to be successful as an online student and how to stay motivated, please click on the following link for study skills.
Our services support students as they practice skills and habits for academic success, learn with and from their peers, and reflect on their ongoing development as scholars.
Learning Services provides students the opportunity to develop transferable academic skills, enhance learning, increase retention, and improve overall student success at multiple stages of their academic journey.
Learning Services aspires to provide all students with services and opportunities to define and develop strategies to reach their full potential. Driven by a focus on students, Learning Services partners with the campus community to facilitate a culture of academic confidence, tenacity, and, ultimately, success.
We offer individual meetings that provide students with tailored support on study strategies, time management, test-taking strategies, and other academic success topics. These 1-on-1 meetings are with a Learning Specialist and require an appointment. To schedule, log into your Starfish account in My Success Network.
Drop-In Tutoring program offers students additional support, campus resources and connections, and accountability as they work toward academic, social, and/or personal goals. Trained peer tutors work 1-on-1 with students to develop strategies, skills, and solutions as they aim for their definition of success.
Presentations provide an interactive environment for small to large groups of students to identify and practice strategies for effective studying and learning, including time management, overcoming procrastination, and effective studying. Student organizations or classes can request a presentation for their group by contacting learning services.
Online resources can be found on the Study Skills website.