These groups serve students primarily during the academic year. Check out their websites or contact them directly for more information. And, as always, take full advantage of your profs' and TAs' office hours and review sessions.
Be prepared to use Stanford's computing resources and produce multimedia assignments by taking these helpful courses offered by Academic Computing.
CS helpers are on duty on the second floor of Old Union Sunday through Thursday evenings 6:00 p.m to midnight in Aut/Wtr/Spr quarters. See the CS helper schedule.
Technical Communication Program (TCP) in the School of Engineering
The TCP 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.
The Physics Department offers free drop-in tutoring for students in the 20s and 40s series.
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.
Help over the summer for visiting and matriculated Stanford students.
The Stanford Community Centers offer a variety of tutoring and academic support resources ranging from course-related study groups to individual advising. Visit their sites to learn more.
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Need other kinds of support? Check the Wellness Network at wellness.stanford.edu.