CLUE is the UW's free, late-night, multi-disciplinary study center.

    We offer drop-in tutoring, discussion sessions led by graduate and senior undergraduate students, and a writing center.

    Tutoring activities are organized by subject, including Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Languages, Math, Physics, Statistics and more.

    When you want help, put your name on our large whiteboard. A tutor will come to your table and work with you either individually or in a group.

    We also host discussion sessions which correspond to specific UW courses (see below).

    Throughout the quarter and especially at the end of each quarter, we offer exam reviews—these are a great way to prepare for exams & finals. See below

    Need help with your papers? The Writing Center is open from 7pm to midnight every day except Friday and Saturday throughout the regular school year.

    Bring materials associated with the assignment you are working on. This includes your test book, lab manual, lecture notes, old tests, calculator, periodic table chart...

    ...and lots of pens and pencils!

    We hope to see you soon!

    We hope to see you soon!

Tonight @ CLUE

Updates & Cancellations

Sunday, 4/20

CHEM 152 A&B Exam Review 8:00 pm MGH 234

MATH 126 Exam Review 8:00 pm MGH 389

MATH 307 Exam Review 8:00 pm MGH 238

MATH 308 Exam Review 7:00 pm MGH 287

MATH 308 Q&A 8:30 pm MGH 287

MATH 309 Exam Review 8:00 pm MGH 254

Monday, 4/21

CHEM 238 A Exam Review 8:00 pm MGH 254

CHEM 457 A Exam Review 8:00 pm MGH 287

ECON 201 Exam Review 8:00 pm MGH 241

MATH 300 Exam Review 8:00 pm MGh 228

MATH 324 Exam Review 8:00  pm MGH 234

PHYS 116 Exam Review 8:00 pm MGH 238

Tuesday, 4/22

CHEM 142 A Exam Review 8:00 pm MGH 228

CHEM 162 A&C Exam Review 8:00 pm MGH 254

CHEM 239 B Exam Review 8:00 pm MGH 234

CHEM 455 Exam Review 8:00 pm MGH 287

MATH 120 Exam Review 8:00 pm MGH 241

Wednesday, 4/23

Performing Research at UW Workshop 7:00 pm MGH 254

ARCH 150 Exam Review 6;30 pm MGH 251

ARCH 352 Exam Review 6:30 pm MGH 242

MATH 125 Exam Review 8:00 pm MGH 241

PSYCH 210 Exam Review 6:30 pm MGH 287

Thursday, 4/24

PSYCH 210 Exam Review 6:30 pm MGH 287

  • Drop-In Tutoring
  • Class Discussions
  • Writing Center
  • Exam Reviews
  • CLUE in the Day
  • CLUE @ the Halls
  • Private Tutoring
Subject Day Time Location
ChemistrySun–Thurs7pm–midnightMGH 1st Floor Commons
Chemistry in the HUBTues & Thurs11am–2pmHUB 141 (Commuter Commons)
MathSun–Thu7pm–midnightMGH 1st Floor Commons
Math in the HUBMon & Thurs11am–2pmHUB 141 (Commuter Commons)
PhysicsSun–Thu7pm–midnightMGH 1st Floor Commons
Physics in the HUBMon & Wed11am–2pmHUB 141 (Commuter Commons)
Physics in McCartyTues & Thurs7pm-10pmMcCarty 334
Physics in PoplarTues & Thurs7pm-10pmPoplar 107
Writing CenterSun-Thurs7pm-midnightMGH 141 suite (CUADSS lobby)
BiologyTues7pm–10pmMGH 1st Floor Commons
EconomicsSun, Tues & Wed7pm–11:30pmMGH 1st Floor Commons
StatisticsSun & Thurs7pm-midnightMGH 1st Floor Commons
ArabicSun & Thurs7pm–10pmMGH 171
ChineseMon & Wed7pm–9pmMGH 171
FrenchSun & Tues7pm–10pmMGH 171
JapaneseMon & Wed7pm–9pmMGH 171
KoreanMon & Wed7pm-9pmMGH 171
SpanishMon & Wed7pm–10pmMGH 171

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Course Day Time Location
AES 150Wednesday6:30-8:00 pmMGH 288
AES 151Wednesday6:30-8:00 pmMGH 295
ART 140Tuesday6:30-8:00 pmMGH 284
ASTR 101Sunday, Tuesday6:30-8:00 pmMGH 234
ATM S 103Thursday6:30-8:00 pmMGH 228
ATM S 111Thursday6:30-8:00 pmMGH 254
DESIGN 166Wednesday6:30-8:00 pmMGH 284
ECON 200Thursday6:30-8:00 pmMGH 241
ECON 201Sunday6:30-8:00 pmMGH 251
ESRM 100Thursday6:30-8:00 pmMGH 234
JSIS 201Tuesday6:30-8:00 pmMGH 228
LING 100Thursday8:00-9:30 pmMGH 228
LING 200Monday6:30-8:00 pmMGH 228
PSYCH 101 ASunday6:30-8:00 pmMGH 228
PSYCH 202Wednesday6:30-8:00 pmMGH 228
PSYCH 209Thursday6:30-8:00 pmMGH 242
Subject Day Time Location
Drop-In TutoringSun-Thurs7pm to midnightMGH 141
NEW!! Performing Research at UW Workshop4/23, 5/157:00-8:00 pmMGH 254, 284
Resume/Cover Letter Workshop4/28, 5/207:00-8:00 pmMGH 287
Self-Editing Workshop5/4, 5/196:00-7:00 pmMGH 254, 287
English Portfolio Outcomes Workshop6/2, 6/3, 6/4, 6/55pm-6pm MGH, Poplar Hall, McCarty Hall, MGH
Course Day Time Location
AH 2035/6, 5/7, 6/4, 6/56:30-8:00pmMGH 241
ARCH 1504/9, 4/23, 5/7, 6/46:30-8:00 pmMGH 251
ARCH 1514/15, 5/1, 5/20, 6/56:30-8:00 pmMGH 228, 241, 241, 398
ARCH 3524/23, 4/39, 6/46:30-8:00pmMGH 242
CHEM 152 A4/20, 5/18, 6/8MGH
CHEM 152 B
CHEM 162 B4/29, 5/15, 6/5
CHEM 162 C
CHEM 239 A
CHEM 239 B
ECON 2004/29, 6/36:30-8:00pmMGH 241
ECON 2014/20, 5/13, 6/96:30-8:00pmMGH 251
ENVIR 1005/4, 6/96:30-8:00pmMGH 228
MATH 1204/22, 5/18, 6/58:00 pmMGH 241, 241, 389
MATH 1244/27, 5/18, 6/68:00 pmMGH 251, 251, TBD
MATH 1254/23, 5/18, 6/68:00 pm, 6:30 pmMGH 241, 241, TBD
MATH 1264/20, 5/18, 6/68:00 pmMGH 389,389, TBD
MATH 3004/21, 5/19, (single midterm: 5/5), 6/88:00 pmMGH 228, 228, 228, 228
MATH 307(single midterm: 4/17), 4/20, 5/15, 6/57:00 pm, 8:00 pm, 8:00 pm, 8:00 pmMGH 238, 238, 284, 238
MATH 3084/20, 5/15, (single midterm: 5/1), 6/88:00 pmMGH 234, 234, 234, 251
MATH 3094/20, 5/18, (single midterm: 5/4), 6/88:00 pmMGH 254, 228, 228, 234
MATH 3244/21, 5/19, (single midterm: 4/28), 6/58:00 pmMGH 234, 234, 228, 234
PHYS 1145/5, 5/26, 6/98:00 pmMGH 234, 251, 251
PHYS 1154/16, 5/7, 5/28, 6/48:00 pmMGH 228, 228, 228, 228
PHYS 1164/21, 5/12, 5/26, 6/98:00 pmMGH 238, 238, 238, 238
PHYS 1214/16, 5/6, 5/27, 6/88:00 pmMGH 234, 234, 234, 238
PHYS 1224/16, 5/5, 5/26, 6/58:00 pmMGH 238, 238, 228, 254
PHYS 1234/16, 5/7, 5/28, 6/48:00 pmMGH 254, 254, 254, 254
PHYS 2244/16, 5/7, 5/288:00 pmMGH 242, 234, 234
PHYS 2265/6, 6/108:00 pmMGH 228, 228
PHYS 2274/30, 5/21, 6/58:00 pmMGH 228, 228, 242
PHYS 3216/117:00 pmMGH 228
PHYS 3235/8, 6/48:00 pmMGH 234, 234
PSYCH 2104/23, 4/24, 5/4, 5/5, 5/14, 5/15, 6/8, 6/96:30-8:00pmMGH 287
Course Day Time Room
Chemistry in the HUBTues & Thurs11am–2pmHUB 141 (Commuter Commons)
Math in the HUBMon & Thurs11am–2pmHUB 141 (Commuter Commons)
Physics in the HUBMon & Wed11am–2pmHUB 141 (Commuter Commons)
Course Day Time Room
Physics in McCartyTues & Thurs7pm-10pm334
Physics in PoplarTues & Thurs7pm-10pm107

If you are interested in private tutoring ,please take the following steps and then contact CLUE at We only offer options for private tutoring for subjects we offer at CLUE. We do not garuntee that there will be an available tutor nor do we manage the schedule or pay rate for private tutoring. We will just send out an inquiry and see if anyone is available to tutor and then we connect you with that tutor and you handle the rest. 

1. If you have not stopped in for drop-in help  or to a Discussion Session for a subject we cover, please do that first and try getting help that way. If you do come in for drop-in or a Discussion Session, find the tutor that helps you the most and just ask them if they would have time and be interested in privately tutoring you. If they can't then take the next steps and email us.

2. We also have exam reviews for some subjects so please check the exam review tab and see if we offer a review for your course before requesting a private tutor. 

3. If after that you would still like a private tutor then we ask that you email and state the subject you want help with, the amount of hours/days per week you were thinking, and the location you prefer (if any). Any other details about specific subjects or areas you want help with and age/grade level helps as well. Then we will try to get ahold of tutors and contact you back. We only have access to our tutor staff and no other outside staff. 

Thank you for your interest and support of CLUE!

Below are other department links for lists of tutors that you can look into. You will need to contact the tutor directly or the specific department for questions as this is seperate from CLUE. You can also go to our link of other campus resources to find other centers on campus that tutor.





  • Who can use CLUE?
  • Is CLUE free?
  • Where is CLUE located?
  • What are CLUE's hours?
  • What are Class Discussions?
  • What is Drop-In Tutoring?
  • What is the CLUE Writing Center?
  • Does CLUE or the Writing Center make appointments?
  • What should I bring when I visit CLUE?
  • When should I start going to CLUE?
  • What are Exam Review Sessions?
  • Who are the CLUE Instructors?
  • How do I apply to be a CLUE Instructor?
  • What are CLUE's goals?
  • What other learning resources are available on campus?

We invite all UW undergraduate students to take advantage of CLUE's resources.

Yes, CLUE is a free service for all UW undergraduates. Undergraduate Academic Affairs and the New Student Enrollment and Orientation Fee support our program.

We are primarily located in Mary Gates Hall (MGH) Commons (our office is MGH 161B in the Center for Undergraduate Advising, Diversity, and Student Success). We also host activities in the HUB and in the residence halls.

Unless specified differently above, Evening Discussion and Review Sessions are held Sunday through Thursday from 6:30 to 8pm or 8 to 9:30 pm throughout Mary Gates Hall. Drop-in Tutoring for Chemistry, Math, Physics and the Writing Center are held from 7pm to midnight. Drop-in for other areas of study are also available. Please see the schedule above for more information.

Class Discussions provide an opportunity to delve more deeply into coursework by actively studying, reviewing, and discussing course topics and issues with your peers in a relaxed atmosphere outside of the traditional classroom. Click on the Discussion Sesssions tab above to see this quarter's schedule.

CLUE's drop-in tutoring service helps students explore course concepts and problems. In collaboration with CLUE Instructors, students uncover answers in one-on-one and small group settings. Please see the Drop-In Tutoring tab above to review this quarter's schedule. Tutoring takes place in the Mary Gates Hall First Floor Commons and students are invited to come and go as they please.

The CLUE Writing Center is an interdisciplinary, drop-in writing center open to all undergraduates. You can visit our Writing Center page to learn more about this program.

No—all help is provided on a first-come, first-serve basis.

To make the best use of your time at CLUE, you should bring any relevant materials to the assignment(s) you are working on. This includes your textbook and lab manual, lecture notes, old tests, calculator, periodic table chart, and lots of pencils. Students visiting CLUE's Writing Center should be sure to bring the assignment prompt, readings for the assignment, and any previous drafts of the paper. All students should have in mind any specific questions they wish to ask of the Instructors. CLUE provides plenty of scratch paper and has copies of most introductory course textbooks you can borrow on a short-term basis. If you plan to work for an extended period, please be sure to have plenty of water with you and maybe a snack.

We are most interested in helping students deepen their knowledge throughout the quarter (as opposed to right before an exam). However, we do realize students have busy schedules and encourage them to attend CLUE whenever possible.

Exam reviews are different from Drop-In Tutoring and Discussion Sessions. Exam Reviews cover course material and strategies for specific tests. CLUE does not recommend that undergraduates "cram" the night before an exam—learning is a process best accomplished over time. Please utilize your time effectively throughout the quarter and then come to our exam review session prepared. This is a free service to all UW undergraduates—visit the Exam Review Sessions tab above for this quarter's schedule.

CLUE Instructors are current and former graduate and experienced undergraduate students. These individuals often come to CLUE through recommendations from professors, teaching assistants, or peers. All CLUE Instructors maintain high grade point averages and have done exceptionally well in their areas of study. Our staff work part-time and many also tutor in other capacities on campus or privately. Their goal is not to simply provide answers. CLUE Instructors help students explore questions—and uncover answers collaboratively.

We're glad you are interested in helping other students. Please visit our Work With Us page to learn about the qualifications and how to apply to be a CLUE Instructor.

The Center for Learning and Undergraduate Enrichment (or CLUE) strives to further UW's mission to facilitate learning in small, comfortable environments. We have outlined our program's expectations and desired outcomes on our Mission page.

Please visit our Campus Resources page for links to other available UW resources.