The Searle Center offers collaborative peer-learning experiences to support undergraduates' learning in a range of courses. Students meet regularly with experienced peer leaders to review course content, work on problems, and prepare for exams. Our programs include
- The Academic Mentoring Program (AMP): Small-group, peer-led, weekly study and review in science and social science courses.
- The Gateway Science Workshop (GSW) Program: Weekly small-group, peer-led problem-solving sessions in science, engineering, and math courses.
- Peer-Led Undergraduate Study (PLUS): Drop-in study and tutoring for a range of science, math, and social science courses.
For other academic-advancement resources, including tutoring, campus academic resources, and advice on studying effectively, see the Undergrad Academic Resource Portal.
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