The Peer Learning program offers weekly group study sessions in specific courses throughout the semester. Sessions are led by trained undergraduate students who have taken the course and done well. Come to discuss course concepts, review lecture material, and get extra practice in solving problems.

Why peer learning sessions?

  • Opportunity to study efficiently
  • Discuss concepts
  • Test your understanding
  • Practice problems
  • Figure out what you still don’t know - so you can focus on that when studying on your own
  • Meet other peers who want to do well in the class

Schedule - Fall '18

No need to register, just show up! Sessions are free

Not finding a Peer Learning group for your course?

  • Form your own; read these tips from Cornell University

  • Consider Open Study: an online study group for anyone. Their tag line is "Make the World Your Study Group. Get live help from other students. Be a hero to your peers."

SMART Hours & Locations

LocationMarker in an upside down teardrop shape Location: Room 204 | Map
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LocationMarker in an upside down teardrop shape Location: Basement | Map
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LocationMarker in an upside down teardrop shape Location: Room 75 | Map
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Looking for group study space?

Rooms in SMART's Walter and Magrath locations can be reserved for two-hour blocks up to two weeks in advance.

Learn more!

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