If you are a Berklee student, the Center for Liberal Arts and Sciences Tutoring at Berklee is dedicated to helping you fulfill your academic potential so that you can make the most of your Berklee education and meet your creative and career goals. Located on the Berklee campus in room 110 of the 7 Haviland Street building, we offer tutoring in the following areas (login required):
We invite you to take advantage of one-on-one assistance with one of our trained tutors and/or experienced faculty members.
Frequently Asked Questions
Find answers to Center for Liberal Arts and Sciences Tutoring FAQs below.
Who can use the Center for Liberal Arts and Sciences Tutoring?
The Center for Liberal Arts and Sciences Tutoring is available to all Berklee students, regardless of major.
What's the difference between writing tutoring offered by the Center for Liberal Arts and Sciences Tutoring and the services offered by the Professional Writing Center?
The Professional Writing Center focuses on writing music and is located in the 150 Massachusetts Avenue building. The Center for Liberal Arts and Sciences Tutoring includes a focus on writing in English and is located in room 110 of Berklee's 7 Haviland Street building.
How do I schedule an appointment?
The answer to this question depends on the subject for which you seek a tutor. Please see the table below.
|If you need tutoring in:||Please do the following:|
|Acoustics, Math, Science, Anatomy, and Physiology||View tutor info here, and contact a tutor directly to book an appointment (login required).|
|English as a Second Language (ESL)||Submit a tutoring referral form (login required).|
|English Writing||Make an appointment using the calendar here.|
Please be aware that sessions tend to fill up, especially surrounding midterms and finals, so it's a good idea not to wait until the last minute to set up your tutoring session(s).
How long are tutoring sessions?
Sessions are typically 50 minutes long. If you need more time and your tutor is available, it’s possible you may be able to work with them for longer in some cases.
Can you provide feedback on my written work?
Yes. Our tutors can discuss essays and other assignments with you.
Can you edit my work?
No. We will do our best to help you recognize errors, but we will not make corrections for you. As an engaged participant in your interactive tutoring session, you may be able to correct some errors during the session.
English is not my main language. Can you help me?
Yes. Please visit our ESL Tutoring page (login required).