Our professional staff select and train our peer tutors in a collaborative approach that helps students become self-aware, interdependent learners. Tutoring is available in writing and research, mathematics, science, and other content areas.  

Individual Tutoring

Work with a tutor individually to collaborate on course material and focus on developing your skills and learning strategies that will help you become a more powerful learner. You are welcome to 1 hour of free individual tutoring per week for each class in which you are enrolled

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Study Groups

Work with peer or professional tutors who facilitate a group study session based on your questions and needs. To make the most of your study group time, please read course notes/textbook sections and attempt any homework problems before you arrive. We look forward to seeing you at one of the study groups. 


Course, Instructor Day Time Room Tutor

BIOL 413/Cooke

Monday 12:00 - 12:50 305 Lizz
BIOL 413/Thompson Wednesday 12:00 - 12:50 302 Katie

CHEM 404/Reynolds

Tuesday 12:00 - 12:50 142 Meghana
CHEM 651/Reynolds Tuesday 9:30 - 10:20 126 Jeremy
PSYC 401/Paglia Thursday 9:00 - 9:50 307 Sarah P.
Course, Instructor Day Time Room Tutor

MATH 418/Kieronski

Monday 11:00 - 11:50 104 Madison
MATH 420/Kieronski Wednesday 11:00 - 11:50 305 Sarah S.
Math drop-in

Have a quick math question? In addition to one-on-one tutorials and study groups, you are welcome to attend as many math drop-in hours as are available. No appointment necessary. Stop by the CAE at the times listed below.

Math Drop-In
Monday - Thursday: 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m.
class-link tutoring

Many UNH Manchester courses are paired with class-link tutors. These tutors are students who have been successful in the same course; they attend the class and provide a peer perspective on the material. Class-link tutors may participate in class discussions, problem solving, activities, and workshopping papers.

The class-links are not teaching assistants. Because they have no authority over the students in the class from a grading or instruction standpoint, class-link tutors can offer students a different perspective than instructors can provide.