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Center for Student Success

Tutoring Services

The multidisciplinary tutoring program supports the Center’s mission by helping SUNY New Paltz students develop tools for increased academic independence.  The peer subject tutoring program offers support for historically challenging, foundational, and gatekeeper courses. Through small groups and interactive learning, students are encouraged to be responsible and engaged with a primary aim of developing effective strategies to support the learning process both within a course and beyond the tutoring session.

Drop-In Language Tutoring

For beginner and intermediate (101, 102, 201, and 202) Spanish, French, and Italian, the Center for Student Success provides drop-in tutoring. In addition to our course-specific appointments, students can come to the Center during designated times to meet with an available tutor without making an appointment.

Fall 2020 Tutoring Coverage:

BIO 201: Gen Bio 1

BIO 320: Genetics

BUS 201: Financial Accounting

BUS 309: Stats for Bus and Econ 1

CHE 201: Gen Chem 1

CHE 318: Organic Chem 1

CPS 210: Comp Sci 1 Foundations

ECO 206: Microeconomics

ECO 207: Macroeconomics

FRN 101: Elementary French 1

FRN 102: Elementary French 2

FRN 201: Intermediate French 1

FRN 202: Intermediate French 2

ITA 101: Elementary Italian 1

ITA 102: Elementary Italian 2

ITA 201: Intermediate Italian 1

MAT 120: College Math

MAT 121: College Math w/SAW

MAT 140: Math for Elem Teach 1

MAT 152: College Algebra

MAT 181: Precalculus

MAT 241: Intro to Stats

MAT 252: Calc 2

MAT 260: Intro to Proof

PHY 201: Gen Physics 1

PSY 272: Intro Psych

PSY 275: Psych Stats

SPA 101: Elementary Spanish 1

SPA 102: Elementary Spanish 2

SPA 201: Intermediate Spanish 1

SPA 202: Intermediate Spanish 2

Click here to meet the CSS peer subject tutors

View the calendar and make an appointment

Additional Resources

If you are looking for additional math support, click here to visit the Math Lab.

If the course you are looking for is unavailable, click here or stop by the CSS for some tips and tricks to form study groups.