To make an appointment at the Center for Learning Resources, download the EAB Navigate app. Instructions can be found here (PDF).
The Center for Learning Resources (CLR) is the main tutoring center on campus, located in the lower level of Marvin K. Peterson Library. CLR tutors are both peer and professional. They employ metacognitive strategies to help students gain awareness of how to apply optimal learning processes in the pursuit of becoming independent learners. Tutoring is complimentary with tuition.
The CLR is a past recipient of the "Tutoring Program of Excellence Award" from the Association of Tutoring Professionals. Though many tutors work in person, Zoom tutoring is also available throughout the day and on weekends for students who learn best in that mode.
Supported Subject Areas
The following are some of our supported subjects:
Additionally, there is skills-based tutoring to help undergraduates and graduates make lab reports and learn how to use programs and apps such as Excel, R, and R-Studio, and languages like C, C++, and Python.
Components of the CLR
The Learning Lab, where most of our course-based academic tutoring takes place
The Writing Center, which provides one-on-one writing support
The Grad Lab, which provides graduate-level course content tutoring
The Learning Assistant (LA) Program, where tutors attend class and assist professors in making flipped classrooms
The International Student Academic Support Liaison Program
Comprehensive Services and Availability
During the academic year, the CLR is physically open Monday through Thursday and provides online tutoring on Friday and Sunday:
Monday – Thursday:
10 a.m. – 8 p.m. (in-person)
8 a.m. – midnight (online)
Friday: 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. (online)
Sunday: 3 p.m. – midnight (online)
Appointments made in advance are best (through Navigate), but walk-ins are also welcome. Students/faculty can find more information, including staff rosters and a full list of supported courses, on the CLR's myCharger page.
The Learning Assistant Program brings student tutors into the classroom to offer support to their peers and the professor. The program is an important resource that offers valuable learning opportunities for students, tutors, and professors.
Recognized as one of the best tutoring centers in the country, the University of New Haven's Center for Learning Resources assists students who might be struggling - with a concept or a course - or who are seeking some extra support.