A Leg Even aims to provide full academic support as students begin their freshman year at Yale—a rigorous, yet exciting, transition in which students are simultaneously balancing the freedom of pursuing their own niche with the novelty of college coursework and the demands that accompany it. All students at Yale in any discipline seek academic help, whether that requires clarification of a specific math concept, a new set of eyes to offer writing critique, an advisor to offer reassurance that yes…your schedule for this month is teeming with due dates…but the work will be completed in time, or professional skill building and advice on how to construct effective study habits.
It is our strong hope that all A.L.E. students will understand that tutoring in no way defines an individual as deficient in any academic field or lacking in comparison to his or her peers, but rather that proactively seeking a tutor is a very substantial indicator of intelligence. A.L.E. upholds the goal that students should not use tutoring as a last resort, but instead utilize the breadth of resources that Yale has to offer as a means of both mastering material and attaining a greater ability to explore Yale’s academic offerings alongside social and professional involvement.
A.L.E. Specific Tutoring
Science and QR Tutoring Program
Residential College Math and Science Tutoring Program
Course-based Peer Tutors in Science and QR
Humanities and Social Sciences Tutoring Program
Residential College Writing Tutors
Drop-In Writing Partners
Skill Advising (Office of Career Strategy)
A.L.E. encourages all students to attend workshops covering a breadth of skills, including study technique, working with professors, and time management. All skills events are hosted by Academic Strategies in the Yale Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL).
Students and tutors, please provide feedback on your tutoring sessions. A.L.E. welcomes all comments in order to ensure that students are gaining the most from Yale's resources. All forms are confidential and will only be shared with the A.L.E. board.
If you are interested in learning more about academic tutoring resources for A.L.E. students, please contact Lauren LaMonica at firstname.lastname@example.org.