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Tutoring Services

Whether you are looking for the extra assistance you need to pass a class, or help boosting your 'B' to an 'A', tutoring is available. 

Tutoring will begin for the Spring 2024 semester on Monday, January 29th.  Schedule TBD.

Interested in Joining our Team?  Tutoring Services is now accepting applications for the 2024 - 2025 academic year.  Apply online.  The deadline to apply is Friday, April 5th at 4:00pm.

Tutoring Services, located on the 4th floor of the Reed Library (Carnahan Jackson Center) and Mason Hall Room 2020 (Music), provides Fredonia students with free, drop-in tutoring in most subject areas including: Accounting, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Math, Music, Statistics, and Writing.  Students do not need to sign-up or schedule an appointment to work with a tutor.  Just come to our center during regularly scheduled hours.

Whether you need help passing a class or you're looking to turn a 'B' into an 'A', our tutors are Fredonia students who know what it takes to be successful.  They can help you understand difficult material and learn skills necessary for academic success.  Don't wait until you are struggling in a class.  Stop by and work with a tutor today!

Mission Statement

Students need the opportunity to work with their peers.  Tutoring Services at the State University of New York at Fredonia seeks to provide free, confidential, non-biased, collaborative tutoring services as a way of enabling students who choose our help, to succeed in their course work and understand what learning really is.

Tutoring is not an answer service but exists to provide assistance supplemental to course work, to instill independence in undergraduate students so they have the confidence to work on their own, and to increase the quality of education for both tutors and tutees.

Tutoring at Fredonia is students helping students discover their own answers, not being given answers or taught a subject.  Students helping students to become independent learners is our primary purpose.

- Written by Tutors, Spring 1999

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