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Tutors at the Hume Center. By Micaela Go.

Tutoring & Support

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Tutoring, Academic Support, and Wellness Resources for Undergraduates

Whatever help you need--whether it's with this week's paper assignment, a course concept, or getting your academic life organized--Stanford offers you expert coaching and advice. Community and wellness resources are shown here, too.

Tutoring and Academic Support

Academic Skills Coaching

What is Academic Coaching?

  • “I feel like I never have enough time.”
  • “I study and study, but it doesn’t show on my exams.”
  • “I’m just not feeling motivated to do my work.”

Does this sound familiar? You're not alone. Academic life at Stanford can be challenging.

Explore Academic Coaching resources to address time management, procrastination, reading comprehension and retention, and other skill sets to help you become a more sophisticated and effective learner. If you have any questions, please write to

Community Center Resources

Community Centers are gateways to intellectual, cultural and leadership opportunities for all Stanford students. Find your connection to a broader community as well as individual services and support.

Hume Center for Writing and Speaking

Visit the Hume Center for Writing and Speaking in Building 250 on the main quad. Our expert writing and speaking tutors are available to help both undergrads and graduate students with any kind of writing or speaking assignments. If you have any questions on tutoring support at the Hume Center, please contact

Student-Athlete Tutorial Resources

Access the ARC and other tutoring and advising resources for student-athletes.

Center for Teaching and Learning

Beginning in Autumn Quarter 2023, the Center for Teaching and Learning will offer specialized support for students with learning disabilities and ADHD. Support will include specialized academic coaching and tutoring, followed by additional programming later in the year.

Stanford University Mathematical Organization (SUMO)

During Autumn, Winter, and Spring Quarters, the Stanford University Mathematical Organization (SUMO) offers free tutoring for students in Math 51, 52, 53, 104, and 113.

Subject Tutoring and Foreign Language Practice

To support you in your courses. Find tutoring in ten subjects or book a 1:1 foreign language conversation practice appointment.

Summer Academic Resource Center

Help over the summer for visiting and matriculated Stanford students.

Technical Communication Program (School of Engineering)

The Technical Communication Program helps students with their technical writing and/or speaking skills. Though primarily designed for students in engineering, the TCP welcomes interested students from across the university.

Health and Wellness Resources

We know that you will experience new and unexpected challenges during your time at Stanford. Here are health and wellness resources available to all Stanford Students.