We provide tutoring to help students master course material and study skills
Tutoring is intended to help students increase their understanding of course material, and improve their learning and study skills. Tutoring is available for most developmental and introductory courses as well as some upper-level courses. It is provided in individual or small group settings by qualified community or peer tutors.
Tutoring is intended as a supplement to classroom instruction, and is not a substitute replacement for regular attendance and participation in your classes.
Content Tutors (CT’s)
Subject matter experts who’ve taken your class and can help you with specific questions regarding concepts, projects, and help you study for exams. Great for when you’re feeling behind in a class and need a class wizard!
Student Success Tutors (SST’s)
Academic guides who can help with general student success at school. They help with time management, organizational strategies (backwards planning, note-taking, study habits, etc.), reading strategies, and much more! These folks help you when you might be feeling overwhelmed with school in general, and not sure where to start!
Explore the tabs below to learn about tutoring resources at UMA’s statewide locations.
Augusta Campus Tutoring Schedule, Spring 2020
Tutoring begins the second week of each semester and continues to the last week of classes. We do not tutor during finals week. Come see us!
Tutor Lab on the Augusta Campus
Katz Library, Room 210 | 621-3066
To connect with a Math tutor via zoom, or to inquire about tutoring in other subjects, please contact Sherrie Brann 621-3066 or email@example.com.Visit the Augusta Campus Writing Center
Tutoring is available in Eastport Hall, Room 100
- Math, Computer Science, Business, History
Writing CenterVisit the Bangor Campus Writing Center
Select a Center:
- Brunswick Center
- East Millinocket Center
- Ellsworth Center
- Houlton Center
- Lewiston Center
- Rockland Center
- Rumford Center
- Saco Center
Online tutoring is now available in most courses via a national program called NetTutor. NetTutor has been around for over 20 years and is used by colleges all over the country. Tutors have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in the subject they tutor and are available to assist via video, audio or chat. To access this resource, click on the NetTutor link in your course menu.
If you have questions about this resource or experience any difficulty accessing Net Tutor, please contact Colleen Coffey at 262-7825 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is a quick video about getting started with NetTutor
VAWLT is a virtual learning center for students, staff, and faculty across the University of Maine System. VAWLT stands for Virtual Accessibility, Writing, Library, and Technology tutors and offers a diverse suite of tutoring services for education at a distance.
VAWLT provides synchronous and asynchronous help for writing, research, and the technology you need to succeed in your courses.
We collaborate with instructional designers to ensure our work is web-accessible and meets the needs of all distance learners, whether you learn by interactive television, compressed video, web-conferencing, or online.
VAWLT offers help by chat, video-conference, email, and phone. We are also available on site at UMA Centers. Book an appointment, ask a question, submit a paper, or send us a request for help with writing or research.