The University Learning Center offers one-to-one tutoring on a walk-in basis as well as scheduled group sessions.  Find your class to see our schedule below!

Schedules are subject to change under special circumstances, but our Information Assistants will help direct you to resources.

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Where to find us:

  • ARC: Academic Resource Center, 18 Washington Place, Lower Level
    At the bottom of the stairs, keep walking forward towards your right. Take a right around the corner and you'll see our front desk Information Assistant ready to help you!
  • UHall: University Hall, 110 East 14th Street, Main Level
    When you enter the building, go through the door on your right (before the turnstiles). We're at the top of the stairs above UHall Commons. If the door is closed, give a good knock and our Information Assistant will let you in!

ULC Rules and Policies:

Learning Sessions are 30 minutes long and are held on a first-come, first-served basis. Last sign-ins are available 30 minutes before closing (9:30pm Sun - Thurs; 5:30pm Fridays and Saturdays).

Learning Assistants will not work directly on graded homework problems with you, but can talk you through your work to help clarify concepts and themes, and can work on parallel problems with you.

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Chemistry

Walk-in Tutoring Schedule

Check when and where our Learning Assistants are available to help in the classes listed here and visit us then!  No appointments needed - just drop by! (ULC sites are described above, as well as our Rules and Policies.)

Fall 2019 Group Sessions

Organic Chemistry Learning Groups

Work through practice problems with your peers, with the guidance and support of a ULC Learning Assistant!  Sign up weekly to attend a session.  Join us every week to stay on top of the material throughout the semester, or just attend on the weeks you'd like some extra practice. 

Sign up weekly for one of the sessions below! Seats are limited, so please only sign up for one session per week! 

Sign up for an Orgo LG being held during the week of November 18th below: 

Fall 2019 Study Slams

Fall 2019 General Chemistry I Study Slams

Study Slams are large group review sessions held a few days before major exams. Sign-up for one of our Study Slams by clicking the link below! [NOTE: Links will be active one week prior to the date of the event.]

Fall 2019 General Chemistry II Study Slams

Study Slams are large group review sessions held a few days before major exams. Sign-up for one of our Study Slams by clicking the link below! [NOTE: Links will be active one week prior to the date of the event.]

  • Tuesday, November 19, 12:30 - 1:45pm
  • Wednesday, November 20, 12:30 - 1:45pm

Fall 2019 Organic Chemistry I Study Slams

Study Slams are large group review sessions held a few days before major exams. Sign-up for one of our Study Slams happening this week by clicking the link below! [NOTE: Links will be active one week prior to the date of the event.]

  • Monday, December 2, 5:00 - 6:30pm
  • Tuesday, December 3, 6:30-8:00pm

Fall 2019 Principles of Organic and Biological Chemistry Study Slams

Study Slams are large group review sessions held a few days before major exams. Sign-up for one of our Study Slams happening this week by clicking the link below! [NOTE: Links will be active one week prior to the date of the event.]

Past Workshops

How to Succeed in Organic Chemistry Parts I & II

Review major topics and work through problems together. Hear from students who have been through it before, and build your confidence to succeed in organic chemistry!

Part I Topics: Orbitals, Resonance, Hybridization

Part II Topics: Isomers, Newman Projections, Hydration/Addition rxns

Biology and Neural Science

Walk-in Tutoring Schedule

Check when and where our Learning Assistants are available to help in the classes listed here and visit us then!  No appointments needed - just drop by! (ULC sites are described above, as well as our Rules and Policies.)

Fall 2019 Group Sessions

Bio Bits

Bio Bits is designed to clarify or review parts of the previous week's Principles of Biology lecture.  Bits gives students a chance to slow down and focus to digest pieces of the lecture.  These "mini-lectures" are prepared and delivered by ULC Learning Assistants, bringing the student perspective into each session. 

Sign up weekly for one of the sessions below! Seats are limited so please sign up for only one session per week! [NOTE: There will be NO Bio Bits during the week of November 4th. Please scroll down the page to sign up for an Bio Study Slam instead.]

Coming up during the week of November 11th: Essential Nuclear Mechanisms

Principles of Bio Learning Groups

Bio LGs (Learning Groups) give you a chance to test your knowledge by answering multiple choice questions modeled after the exams.  A ULC Learning Assistant will guide you through the answers, both right and wrong, helping you to understand the nuances and solidify your knowledge.

Sign up weekly for one of the sessions below! Seats are limited so please sign up for only one session per week! 

Sign up for a Bio LG being held during the week of November 18th below: 

Molecular and Cellular Biology I Learning Groups

MCB LGs (Learning Groups) give you a chance to test your knowledge by answering multiple choice questions modeled after the exams.  A ULC Learning Assistant will guide you through the answers, both right and wrong, helping you to understand the nuances and solidify your knowledge.

Sign up weekly for one of the sessions below! Seats are limited so please sign up for only one session per week! [NOTE: There will be NO MCB LGs during the week of November 4th. Please scroll down the page to sign up for an MCB Study Slam instead.]

Coming up during the week of November 11th: Epigenetics

Fall 2019 Study Slams

Fall 2019 Biology Study Slams

Study Slams are large group review sessions held a few days before major exams. Sign-up for one of our Study Slams by clicking on a link below! [NOTE: Links will be active one week prior to the date of the event.]

  • Tuesday, November 5, 6:30 - 8:00pm
  • Wednesday, November 6, 6:30 - 8:00pm

Fall 2019 Molecular and Cellular Biology I Study Slams

Study Slams are large group review sessions held a few days before major exams. Sign-up for one of our Study Slams by clicking on a link below! [NOTE: Links will be active one week prior to the date of the event.]

  • Tuesday, November 5, 2:00 - 3:00pm
  • Wednesday, November 6, 6:20 - 7:35pm

Physics

Walk-in Tutoring Schedule

Check when and where our Learning Assistants are available to help in the classes listed here and visit us then!  No appointments needed - just drop by! (ULC sites are described above, as well as our Rules and Policies.)

Fall 2019 Group Sessions and Study Slams

General Physics Learning Groups

Work through practice problems with your peers, with the guidance and support of a ULC Learning Assistant!  Sign up weekly to attend a session.  Join us every week to stay on top of the material throughout the semester, or just attend on the weeks you'd like some extra practice. 

Sign up weekly for one of the sessions below! Seats are limited so please sign up for only one session per week! 

Coming up: Gravitation and Decaying Power Laws 

Fall 2019 Physics Study Slams

Study Slams are large group review sessions held a few days before major exams. Sign-up for one of our Study Slams by clicking on a link below! [NOTE: Links will be active one week prior to the date of the event.]

Core Sciences (Physical and Life Science)

Walk-in Tutoring Schedule

Check when and where our Learning Assistants are available to help in the classes listed here and visit us then!  No appointments needed - just drop by! (ULC sites are described above, as well as our Rules and Policies.)

NOTE: ULC Science Learning Assistants generally cover the topics included in Core Physical and Life Science courses, but there may be specific topics addressed in your class that are not part of their science curriculum. They will do their best to help, but may refer you back to TA office hours.  You can help us help you by:

  • Emailing your syllabus and specific questions/areas of confusion ahead of time to university.learning.center@nyu.edu
  • Bringing your notes and text book with you
  • Letting us know when you expect to drop in!