The Teaching and Learning Center provides support for student learning in a number of different ways.
Peer-facilitated Study Groups in introductory math and science courses are open to any student who wants to join. These groups of up to 10 students meet 90 minutes per week throughout the semester, and are a great for students who want to start out and stay strong. Effective study groups have been demonstrated to provide meaningful and efficient mechanisms for learning.
The Tutoring Program in Math and Science offers assistance to those needing help in introductory courses in biology, physics, mathematics and chemistry on a first-come, first-served basis. This program is meant for those who have already used the primary channels of academic assistance (talking with the professor, attending help sessions, etc.) and are still having problems grasping course materials and concepts.
Detailed information about these programs is available in myBucknell.
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