There is a wide range of resources at the University for academic support. The following inventory provides an “Academic Tutoring Landscape for Advising Students" - an "ATLAS Guide" - for navigating Notre Dame's available services. Please contact your advisor to discuss other potential options if these services do not meet your needs.
Are you a first-year student? Explore the Learning Resource Center.
In addition to the resources listed below, the Learning Resource Center (LRC) offers several types of tutoring assistance for first-year courses. All sessions are free of charge. Click here to explore the LRC tutoring inventory.
Interested in working as a tutor? If you would like to be a peer tutor, please email your interest to Chris Temple at firstname.lastname@example.org in the Center for University Advising, and he will help you to get connected with the appropriate tutoring office on campus.
Managing the demands of heavy reading loads is one of the challenges of the academic transition to Notre Dame. Learning new reading strategies can be a key to success. You can find helpful suggestions from a couple of departments here.
The Writing Center at the University of Notre Dame is dedicated to helping students become better writers. Tutors accomplish this goal by listening attentively in writing conferences, reading papers carefully, and asking questions that can help writers better express their ideas and construct their arguments.
The Center for the Study of Languages and Cultures peer tutoring program is a free, self-scheduled service available to all Notre Dame students. This program offers comprehensive foreign language peer tutoring to enhance student learning beyond the classroom. Tutoring is available at no charge to enrolled students.
The Department of Economics offers drop-in tutoring sessions three nights per week. Tutors are available for help with Intermediate Microeconomics, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Econometrics and Statistics.
The Department of Mathematics offers drop-in tutoring both for non-majors in multi-section math courses and math majors in specialized courses. These math help rooms are a great place to go to get your questions answered, but students are welcome to also just work there so that when they do have questions they are already in the right place.
Need help with Library Research?
The Hesburgh Libraries has a vast amount of resources available to students. Whether online or in person — we’re here to help!
- Hesburgh Libraries Website
- New Student Checklist
- Guide to Subject Librarians and Liaisons
- Library Guides
- Ask Us Desk
- Hesburgh Library Study Spaces
- Book a Study Room
- Subscribe to Hesburgh Libraries Events and Workshops
- University of Notre Dame Library Research Award
Collaborate with librarians online, in person, or schedule an appointment!
A team of librarians is ready to help you with the many areas of academic life, whether you’re working on a research paper for a class or preparing a grant application for study abroad. Ultimately, these core skills are critical to career advancement — regardless of your path — in the world beyond Notre Dame.