Looking for help on an assignment or have a question about a difficult course topic? Check out an academic help centre for assistance. Find the details for each help centre below, including how to access their online services this semester:
The Writing Centre is a free facility for all Memorial University undergraduate and graduate students who want help with their writing. The Writing Centre's tutors can help students at every stage of the writing process, including brainstorming, revisions, style, and more.
The Physics Help Centre provides assistance with (primarily) first-year physics courses via email or discussion forums in Brightspace. Help will be provided by lab staff and teaching assistants.
Contact David Leigh Herman
The Math Help Centre provides math teaching assistants to answer questions for students enrolled in the following courses: MATH 109 A/B, 1090, 1050, 1051, 1000, 1001, 2000, and 2050. In-person services are available in two course-specific locations and online services are accessible in Brightspace.
The Chemistry Help Center (CSF-2346) is on the second level of the Core Sciences Facility. The staff provide one-on-one assistance with labs as well as theory and problems related to your chemistry course. Study desks are provided; however, due to space limitations, use is restricted to the study of Chemistry.
Contact Stephen Anthony
The Computer Science Help Centre provides support for first- and second-year lab-based courses (COMP 1000, 1001, 1002, 1003, 1600, 2001, 2002, and 2003 only). The Computer Science Help Centre is located in the Engineering building, room EN-2026.
The Economics Help Centre provides support for students taking introductory Economics courses. The virtual help centre provides resources for economics students and offers one-on-one tutoring sessions for students in ECON 1010 and 1020, scheduling information can be found on the Economics Help Centre website.
The French Help Centre provides peer tutoring for individuals taking introductory French courses. The French Help Centre will be run virtually and can be accessed via a Brightspace shell.
The Digital Learning Centre provides support for the use of technology for teaching and learning in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. In particular, students can access many resources to assist them in language courses, such as German, Russian, Italian, and Spanish. The Digital Learning Centre is located in the Science Building, SN-4030, and the semester schedule can be found on the DLC website here.
The Cahill Engineering One Student Success Centre provides student supports related to academic course work in first-year Engineering courses (ENGI 1010, 1020, 1030, and 1040; MATH 1000, 1001, and 2050; PHYS 1050 and 1051; and CHEM 1050). The Engineering One Student Success Centre is located in EN-3076 and focuses on providing additional instruction, tutorials, and one on one tutoring on course material for students.