REACH provides both on-site and on-line tutoring services free of costs to currently enrolled undergraduate students at the University of Louisville. Students can schedule an appointment for these small group tutoring sessions for most 100-, 200-, and some 300-level undergraduate courses in all majors. On-site tutoring appointments take place on campus in Belknap Academic Building Rm 250.
Tutoring for Mathematics and Computer Science courses is available without an appointment. Students can stop by the Math Resource Center (MRC) for student assistance with mathematics courses, including help with homework questions, practice problems, and exam analysis. Tutors in the three Computer Resource Center (CRC) locations can assist students with general computer-related issues, as well as specific coursework questions from College of Business and J.B. Speed School of Engineering.
Want to practice your listening or understanding skills with a different language? Perhaps you want to improve your speaking or signing? Maybe you just miss a language with which you grew up and would like to speak or hear it more often. The REACH Learning Resource Center is offering Conversation Tables for the most common languages taught on campus, including ASL!
Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) sessions are a series of weekly review and discussion sessions attached to specific courses that are historically difficult for students. PAL integrates how to learnwith what to learn. The PAL sessions allow students to get extra help beyond the normal classroom. PAL is entirely voluntary and free. The sessions are designed for large groups.