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WPI’s Academic Resources Center (ARC) provides academic support services that are designed to enrich and enhance the learning experience of all WPI undergraduate students. 

The student-based, collaborative learning environment of the ARC offers individualized assistance in a variety of subjects as well as a comprehensive peer-tutoring program. The Center provides a wide array of resources and services to assist all WPI students in the acquisition of information and development of skills to achieve their academic potential.

In the ARC, you will find tutors and specialized support for math, science, and computer science courses, as well as a quiet place to study if you just need somewhere to think and do your work undisturbed.

The application to be a tutor for 2020-2021 will be open from March 2 - March 18, 2020.  The link to the application can be found here. There is additional information in the Academic Resources Canvas page, under "How to Become a Tutor" Section.  For more information, email arc@wpi.edu

Math and Science Help (MASH) and Tutor Program

Tutors that facilitate MASH and appointments are upper-class students who have been particularly successful in their academic work. They help students who are learning the material for the first time. Visit Tutors and MASH Leaders to learn more about the program and schedule an appointment.


Register through TutorTrac to sign up for a tutoring session for first priority scheduling. For more information, email the ARC or come visit us on the first floor of Daniels Hall.