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Q Tutoring

Q Tutoring: This includes free tutoring in the following areas: Chemistry, Math, and Statistics. Tutoring is free to all UConn-Stamford students but is by appointment to accommodate as many people as possible. Students should bring textbooks, notes, class handouts and assignments to each tutoring session.

CSE Tutoring: Virtual tutoring is available for the first- and second-year courses through the Storrs Engineering Tutoring Center and the CSE honors society.

Statistics Tutoring: We don't have tutoring sessions on the Stamford campus. But our students can take advantage of virtual stat tutoring in Storrs. This is the link for Storrs stat Tutoring. Please click on this link to find the Tutors' schedule and their WebEx addresses.
Tutoring Schedule – Fall 2021 – Department of Statistics

Writing Tutoring

At the Stamford Writing Center, students work with trained tutors on a variety of writing projects, from course papers to resumes and business letters. Students are encouraged to bring in work at any stage of the writing process. Tutors provide strategies for brainstorming, project development, and revision.

Stamford Writing Center open house hours in Fall are:
Monday: 12:30PM - 3:30PM
Tuesday: 11:00AM - 4:00PM
Wednesday: 11:00AM - 4:00PM
Thursday: 1:00PM - 4:00PM

You are welcome to walk-in to receive a tutoring session.  However, you are encouraged to book a tutoring appointment on Nexus.uconn.edu, Stamford students will find a Writing Center link on the right side of the screen after they sign in.

Students, who wish to work with an ESL expert, can make an appointment with Prof. Anie Dubosse.  Her tutoring hours are:

Monday: 12:30PM - 3:30PM
Wednesday: 12:30PM - 3:30PM

For all your inquiries, please contact Anie Dubosse, the coordinator of the Stamford Writing Center at: Anie.Dubosse@uconn.edu

 

“I found the consultation with the tutor incredibly helpful. She had an ability to hone in to what my paper needed to make a strong thesis. Her feedback was constructive and precise. Subsequently, I felt like the 20 minutes I spent working with her took a good 2 hours off the time it would take me to regularly write the paper.”

“I had a lot of trouble with starting my introduction, but by the end of the session, I was able to finish the entire introduction and form the rest of my paper.”

“The tutor was very gracious in handling my mess of a rough draft and offering constructive feedback for refocusing paragraphs.”

Contact

Q Center Inquiries:
Tamara O'Day Stevens
Director of Academic Affairs
tamara.o'day-stevens@uconn.edu

Writing Center Inquiries:
Anie Dubosse
Coordinator
anie.dubosse@uconn.edu

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