Tutoring is a great option when there’s just one class you're having trouble with. IU also offers a host of classes that help with all your courses and the undergraduate experience.
These courses vary in session length (6, 8, 13, or 16 weeks), occur every semester, and range between 1 and 3 credits. They are hosted by IUB's various schools and colleges and will count as electives towards your degree. And all will support your greater undergraduate goals. Sign up for one of these classes and have your academic experience transformed!
Support Course Topics
EDUC-X101 LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR FINITE MATH
2 cr., full-semester, extra assistance learning finite concepts.
For students enrolled in MATH-M118, MATH-D116 or MATH-D117.
ASCS-Q296 College to Career II: Navigating Your Arts + Sciences Experience
2 cr., 8 weeks, graded S/F, Sophomore, Junior, Senior only
Identify the relationship between your chosen field of study and life after graduation, explore post-graduation opportunities through the lens of marketable skills, and be more fully engaged in an ongoing process of academic and career planning for post-collegiate success.
Not sure which is the best fit for you? Your advisor would be pleased to help, so just send them a quick email!
Academic resources for all subjects
If your course doesn't offer tutoring, consider contacting your instructor or the department for more tutoring options as well as office hours. For more general support with academics, you may be interested in these general academic support options below.
Meet with a peer academic coach to learn about study skills, how to be successful in your first few semesters, and how to use IU resources to thrive in your courses.