Tutoring

UMSI’s curriculum offers a hands on approach to your educational success with office hours for each course posted and updated each semester to connect quickly to your instructors.  In addition to support from your instructors or graduate student instructors, you may find the following resources helpful.

UMSI Tutors
If you’ve already been in contact with your instructor or graduate student instructor and find that more one-on-one support would be helpful, you can contact George Sprague (wsprague@umich.edu), Academic Programs Coordinator, to receive information about UMSI tutors for programming or statistics.

University of Michigan Resources

Programming
The University of Michigan offers additional coding and programming help. 

CSCAR provides Python help, especially but not exclusively for use of Python in statistics.

Through the College of Engineering there are services dedicated to providing help for the use of Python in high performance computing.

 LSA Information Technology Advocacy and Research Support provides Python help (among many other things) to students, faculty, and staff in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts.

Statistics / Research
The University of Michigan offers support for statistics coursework and general research assistance.  Information on these services can be found below.

The University of Michigan Office of Research (UMOR) has central responsibility for nurturing excellence in research, scholarship and creative activity across the entire campus.

Advanced Research Computing (ARC) enables data-intensive and computational research at U-M through support of programmatic initiatives; multidisciplinary collaboration; instruction and consultation; and high performance computing resources and services.

LSA has a list of tutors offering their services for many statistics undergraduate and graduate courses.