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Online Academic Success Resources:

Tutoring Online:

UD offers undergraduate tutors specializing in Philosophy, Business, Politics, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Ancient Greek, Latin, Math, Physics, Economics, Computer Science, Biology, History, Theology, and Psychology.

                            To make an appointment with a tutor, click on the subject name above!
                            For brief prose instructions regarding tutoring appointments, click here.
                            For a more comprehensive student manual of instructions, click here.
                            Give us feedback on your tutoring experience here!  

Mentoring Online:

Academic Success Mentors are PhD students specializing in Politics, Philosophy, and Literature. They are available to join you in the reading of Core texts and they are more than happy to support you in your transition to virtual learning.

                            To make an appointment with an academic success mentor, click here.
                            For brief prose instructions on how to make mentoring appointments, click here.
                            For brief video instructions on how to make mentoring appointments, click here.

Writing Lab:

                            To read instruction regarding Virtual Writing Lab appointments and to make an appointment with a                                Writing Lab Tutor, click here.

Library Online resources can be found by clicking here.

Academic Success Staff

You can make virtual appointments to meet with

Dr. Matthew Spring by clicking here 

Mr. Daniel Adams by clicking here. 

Additional Resources

"Updated Guidance for interruptions of study related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)" that updates information originally released on March 5  and updated on March 20.  

Grammar Exercises Tied to English Department Common-Errors Sheet  

Optimal Work--a website designed by a UD graduate to help you transform your approach to challenges.

UD Counseling Center

Writing Colloquia--Helpful Writing Advice from UD experts.

To apply for emergency COVID funds, click here.

To apply for UD Eats (local food delivery), click here.

For UD Pass/Fail Resources, click here.


Tutoring and academic support are an important part of the assistance offered to UD students at no cost. While you should always see your professors as the subject-matter experts in the courses they offer, we hope that our tutors can supplement what they provide.

Here is a list of many of the subjects we provide free tutoring for:

  • Philosophy
  • Business
  • Politics
  • Modern Languages including Spanish, German, French & Italian
  • Ancient Greek & Latin
  • Math
  • Physics
  • Economics
  • Computer Science
  • Biology
  • History
  • Theology
  • Psychology
  • Writing

We also provide students additional services which span all disciplines and majors as you see below.

  • Writing Lab-Paper writing assistance
  • Cowan-Blakley Memorial Library-Research and reference services in the Cowan - Blakley Memorial Library
  • Staff & Graduate Mentors-One-on-one and small group general academic assistance

UD's Core curriculum is a rigorous undertaking that seeks to broaden students' intellectual and moral horizons through the study of primary works of western culture and civilization. These texts give us glimpses into the past while helping us shape our future pursuits. UD has created an integrated system of support to assist students as they delve into these rich texts.


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