Everyone needs support along the way. And in the U.S., there’s no shame in asking for help, which is why you should take advantage of the following resources.
Remember: You’re the conductor of your academic success; choose the route that’s best for you!
The Purdue Writing Lab provides free one-on-one tutoring on writing assignments, as well as English as a Second Language (ESL) conversation groups, and writing workshops.
Location: Heavilon Hall (HEAV), Room 226
Student Success at Purdue provides consultations, handouts, and workshops, as well as credit classes designed to develop your learning and study skills. These are listed as General Studies (GS) courses.
Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a free program that is similar to group study sessions. Students review course material with the help of an SI leader who has previously done well in the respective course. SI sessions are available to any student enrolled in one of the following courses: MA 15300, 15400, 16100, 16200; BIOL 11100, 20400; CHM 11500; CS 15900; COM 31800; MGMT 20000; PHYS 17200; STAT 11300, 30100.
Tutoring is available for the following Biology courses: 11000, 11100, 12100, 13100, 13500, 23100-23200, and 24100-24200.
Location: Lilly Hall (LILY), Room G-414C
Tutoring is available for a fee.
Location: Wetherill Laboratory of Chemistry (WTHR), Room 117B
Location: Mathematical Sciences Building (MATH), Room 205
The School of Languages and Cultures maintains a list of translators and tutors.
Location: Stanley Coulter (SC), Room 128
Tutors are available for most Statistics courses.
Location: Mathematical Sciences Building (MATH), Room varies per tutor
Location: Knoy Hall of Technology (KNOY), Room B33