NEED HELP AT OTHER TIMES, OR FOR OTHER COURSES? Make an appointment! Tutoring appointments are available both in-person or online at the TASS center in Capen Hall. Visit Navigate or MYUB to make one today! Try STAR-NY! Try this additional online tutoring resource. Offered 7pm-12am Sunday through Thursday and offers a wider range of subjects from tutors across the SUNY system. Visit starny.org/tutoring schedule to see what is offered and to access tutoring. VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION AT buffalo.edu/studentsuccess/tutoring.html QUESTIONS? firstname.lastname@example.org
Connecting with Professors Presented by: Dr. DeMarree, Psychology & Dr. Burke, School of Engineering Thursday, September 15th 5pm Stop by the TASS center to learn how to effectively communicate with your instructors. They will also discuss the benefits of office hours and more!! Midterm Madness Thursday, October 13rd 12-4pm Stop by the TASS center to pick up your inspirational quote, a highlighter to help you get through your finals. We will also have some study tips available. Giving your Education a Financial Workout Presented by: TBA Thursday, October 20th 5pm Learn about other opportunities at UB (loans, fellowships, scholarships, grants, and more!!) Mental Health and Self Care Presented by: UB Health Promotions Thursday, November 17th 5pm Take some time to step back and mentally reset before finals. Learn successful strategies for self-care! Finals Stretch Wednesday December 7th 12-4pm Stop by the TASS center to pick up some post-it notes and your five-day study plan. We will also have some tips to help you to finish off the semester strong. TASS Fall 2022 Workshops/Event
Location: 130 Capen Hall, North Campus Phone: 716-645-6693 TASS Email: email@example.com Website: https://www.buffalo.edu/studentsuccess/tutoring.html First Generation Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://www.buffalo.edu/studentsuccess/succeed/firstgen.html
Beginning this fall, the Honors College will be teaming up with EOP to have a “manned study hall” in Capen 107 every Monday and Thursday from 2:00-6:00.
Student mentors/tutors with expertise in common first year classes will be there at set times for people who would like to talk through problems, work, assignments, etc. In addition to conferring with the tutors listed below, everyone is welcome to use the study hall space as they like to collaborate with classmates or do group work, etc.
Taking summer classes? Drop-in Tutoring in TASS: Monday & Tuesday 2pm-4pm (ends July 1) CHE 107, PHY 107,108 MTH 121, 141 Wednesdays 1pm-4pm (ends Aug. 19) CHE101, 102, 203, 204, BIO201, ULC148 Tutoring by appointment: Math, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Nutrition, Music, and Spanish Use the Navigate app or our website to make an appointment. Tutoring & Academic Support Services (TASS) 130 CapenHall email@example.com https://www.buffalo.edu/studentsuccess/tutoring.html
The EOP department is in the process of hiring Academic Tutor’s for the upcoming Summer, Fall and Spring semesters. Applicants who select to tutor during the summer will participate as a part of the EOP Summer Bridge Program .
The Summer Tutor position is responsible for providing tutoring support in the areas of Math or Sociology. EOP Summer Bridge Tutors provide academic support and create an open atmosphere of learning for all EOP students. Tutors will serve as a resource and role model to EOP students while providing academic assistance over the course of 5 weeks. The first three weeks will be in-person, tutors will be required to be on campus during this time. The last two weeks will be virtual. The summer program will take place on July 3-August 6 2022.
Stop by the TASS center any time, enjoy a cup of hot tea, and take a 20-question learning style inventory to find out how you learn best. In addition, check out what TASS has to offer for the spring semester.
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Get a Boost
Thursday, March 10th 3-5pm
Stop by the TASS center to meet with an academic coach to get a midterm boost to develop more successful study habits and skills. Coaches will focus on your individual needs to help you reach your goals. No appointment needed.
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ACADEMIC SUCCESS STRATEGIES: LAI 203 Become an Academic Success Strategies Course Academic Coach for the spring 2022 semester!
What does an academic coach do?
Academic coaching is a personalized they offer one-on-one meeting that can help students improve their skills and performance. Working with an academic coach can help students study smarter by developing skills in time management, goal setting, and test preparation. Rewards include: Learning new skills, meeting and helping your fellow students, use your success to help others and build up your resume… Please contact us to see if being an Academic Coach is the right opportunity for you and to discuss ways of earning internship credit.
Athlete Academic Affairs in the Division of Athletics at UB is looking for Athletics Tutor candidates who are completing an undergraduate, master’s degree or pursuing a doctorate degree to assist in academic achievement, skill enrichment, and learning strategies with student-athletes for specific classes. The desired candidate will work with academically at-risk student-athletes, who might be first-year students (freshmen/transfer), are struggling learners, have a diagnosed disability, are International, or are high performing students that are looking for extra help in a class.
This position will assist student athletes with a specific class that they may be struggling with, confused on subject matter or need extra assistance to obtain a higher grade.
Mentoring and monitoring and teaching a cohort of student-athletes by:
Implementing college-level academic skills and learning strategies.
Implementing personal learning skills to re-teach or review classwork and class materials.
Exam review, writing preparation, skill building, class review and work.
Promoting and facilitating academic and personal growth to help students become independent learners.
Documenting on-going student performance and meeting summaries with up-to-date record keeping through Navigate (UB’s student success portal).
Building and maintaining thoughtful and professional communication with the Athlete Academic Affairs Staff.
Working in a supportive and multi-disciplinary environment.
All meetings must take place at the Athlete Academic Affairs Learning Center during business hours (M-Th 8am-9pm, F 8am-4pm, and Sundays 12-6pm).
The nature of this position is very flexible for both you and your student caseload however, meeting days and times should remain consistent throughout the semester.
Given that you will be meeting with student-athletes anywhere from 1-3 times each week (based on pre-determined need), the meetings should be spread out throughout the week to ensure academic task completion. For example, meeting with a student 1 hour each day on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday throughout the semester.
**Ideally looking for candidates that can work 7-15 hours/week across multiple days.
If interested, please email resume and cover letter to: