UMGC offers writing tutoring for all undergraduate courses. Working with a writing tutor can help you strengthen your skills and content knowledge. Writing tutors do not copy edit your work; they will review your draft to ensure that you have met the requirements in the assignment instructions. Additional writing tips and resources are available in the Effective Writing Center and on UMGC Library's Writing and Citing page.
For questions regarding writing tutoring in any undergraduate course, please contact the Effective Writing Center at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Subject Matter Tutoring for Select Courses
UMGC offers subject matter tutoring for select undergraduate courses, listed below. Subject matter tutors can help define and explain concepts, clarify examples from course content, and guide students toward understanding a particular topic. They cannot specifically answer questions related to any homework, quiz, exam, or major project. Such questions may be addressed to the course's professor, who is the primary contact for the course. For questions regarding subject matter tutoring in any undergraduate course, please contact our Subject Tutoring Services at email@example.com.
- (3 Credits, BIOL 101)
- (1 Credit, BIOL 102)
- (4 Credits, BIOL 103)
- (3 Credits, CMSC 105)
- (3 Credits, ECON 103)
- (3 Credits, ECON 201)
- (3 Credits, ECON 203)
- (3 Credits, FINC 330)
- (3 Credits, FINC 331)
- (3 Credits, FINC 340)
- (3 Credits, NSCI 100)
- (1 Credit, NSCI 101)
- (4 Credits, NSCI 103)
Peer subject tutors work along with UMGC’s professional subject tutors to help you in a select group of courses and subjects via our group tutoring sessions offered via Zoom: List of Group Tutoring Sessions
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