The University offers tutoring resources for all students. The following programs offer tutoring for many first- and second-year courses and courses in writing, communication, math, and General Education Fundamental Studies classes. Additional tutoring resources can be found at www.tutoring.umd.edu.
- The Academic Success and Tutorial Services initiative of the Academic Achievement Program (2202 Marie Mount Hall) is a resource for all students, with a specific focus on serving students in “high-risk” courses—those with historically high DWF rates.
- The Department of Mathematics and Department of Resident Life both offer math tutoring in a variety of undergraduate courses.
- The Grammar Hotline can answer questions on word choice, punctuation, sentence structure, or proper citation.
- The Office of Multi-ethnic Student Education - OMSE (1101 Hornbake Library) offers a variety of services and programs to enhance the learning experiences and promote the academic success of undergraduate students.
- The Oral Communication Center helps students with speaking assignments and hosts workshops on topics such as listening, speaking anxiety, and presentation delivery. The center is staffed by trained undergraduate peer consultants.
- The Writing Center (1205 Tawes Hall) is located in the Department of English and provides opportunities for undergraduate students to improve writing and thinking skills in their academic work, and also in preparation for their respective careers. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, trained consultants with a variety of majors assist writers individually at all stages of the composing process.