The Center for Learning, Teaching, and Research is dedicated to enhancing learning and teaching in support of the liberal arts. Information regarding support services for students is linked to below.
In transitioning from high school to the college environment, building skills like these is often the key to finding success:
- Time management
- Notetaking strategies
- Effective studying techniques
Students seeking assistance to improve these skills can contact the Center to connect with helpful resources in these areas.
Peer tutoring is available free of charge to Colgate students who may need extra support in one or more of their current courses. The Center for Learning, Teaching, and Research (CLTR) maintains a list of Colgate undergraduates who have been nominated by their professors — and have agreed — to serve as tutors. This semester, all tutoring through the CLTR will take place remotely and we will help you navigate that process.
While the CLTR is available to help in some subjects, many departments on campus have their own tutoring or homework help sessions. The CLTR provides tutoring services mainly in introductory courses in biology, chemistry, economics, mathematics, and physics. For help in other subjects or in higher-level courses, contact the department directly, refer to the "Tutoring Resource Directory" link below, or feel free to contact associate director of CLTR, Karyn Belanger, at email@example.com.
Student Academic Resource Guide
This guide is designed to pull information together in one location to help you navigate in-person, hybrid, and remote learning spaces at Colgate. The semester is a journey. Here are some ideas, guidelines, and tools for helping you plan for that trip.