The Office for Undergraduate Education offers programs to support student learning. These include mentoring, coaching, and tutoring services for individuals and small groups. In addition, special support is available for students with special needs and those for whom English is an additional language.
The Academic Coaches Program is a peer-led academic support resource designed to facilitate the development of a wide array of study skills in the undergraduate population.
The Academic Fellows Program provides student mentors to first year and transfer international students.
Peer Tutoring and Mentor Groups are available for a variety of specific courses within Emory College of Arts and Sciences.
The ESL Program supports Emory College students who speak English as a second language and provides specialized courses and tutoring.
Emory University seeks to provide a welcoming, accessible and inclusive environment for all students
Learning specialists are available to work with students to develop skills and strategies that will promote efficiency and effectiveness on academic tasks.
Information on employment as a student tutor, and resources for current tutors
The Emory Writing Center staff includes talented and welcoming undergraduate and graduate tutors from a range of disciplines. They are eager to work with all writers at all stages of the composing process.