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Resources for Psychology Undergraduates

Psychology Undergraduate Resource Center

The James R. Sawusch, Ph.D., Psychology Undergraduate Resource Center is designed to act as a meeting place and general studying area for all students in psychology. Both undergraduate and graduate Teaching Assistants (TAs/GAs) may hold office hours, review sessions, or tutoring sessions in the space. Students may also visit the space for a quiet place to study with classmates. Please check syllabi (UBLearns) for TA/GA office hours for a specific course.

Location: 282 Park Hall

Tutoring For Psychology Courses

UB Department of Psychology undergraduates may be hired for tutoring services for psychology courses. All arrangements for tutoring services (e.g., initial communication to discuss tutorial qualifications and availability, cost per session, meeting times) are made between the student and the tutor.

List of Available Tutors for Psychology Courses

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