Math, Writing and Subject Tutoring


CASA is proud to offer many tutoring options for Framingham State undergraduate and graduate students.  All tutoring services are included in your tuition and fees.  

Spring 2023 tutoring will begin Monday, January 23rd.

Questions?  Please email

During the fall and spring semesters, professional math tutors are available during the following hours:

Wednesday- 9am-9pm

Math tutoring schedule

During the fall and spring semesters, professional writing tutors are available during the following hours: 

Monday-Thursday 9am-9pm
Friday 9am-1pm
Sunday 5-9pm  

Students should sign up for writing tutor appointments through Starfish.  Detailed instructions on how to sign up for an appointment can be found here: Starfish Appointments 

Writing tutor schedule

Subject tutors are students of junior or senior standing who are recommended by faculty to be tutors.  During the fall and spring semesters, subject tutors are available 4-10 hours a week  for many areas including: accounting, biology, chemistry, computer science,  earth science and physics,  food and nutrition, business and economics, geography, history, logic, philosophy, research methods/SPSS for sociology and psychology, Spanish. 

CASA works with academic departments to secure tutors based on need.  Students wishing to request a new subject tutor, or alternative tutoring times, should contact Ally Chisholm (

SubjectTutor Hours
Science/Computer Science
ChemistryMadisonMondays and Thursdays 2:30-4:30pm
Biology LaurenTuesdays 2:30-3:30pm, Wednesdays 1:30-3:30pm
Nutrition IlanaTuesdays 4:30-6:30pm, Thursdays 12-2pm
Computer ScienceMikeWednesdays 12:30-3:30pm
Business/Accounting HananeThursdays 5-9pm
French, ASL, SpanishErika Mondays 10:30am-12:30pm, Wednesdays 10am-12pm
Social Sciences
Sociology/Research MethodsTylerMondays 11:30am-1:30pm, Wednesdays 4:30-6:30pm
Liberal Studies/HistoryMeeghanMondays 11:30am-1:30pm, Thursdays 12:30-2:30pm

The Academic Strategy Peer Tutoring (ASPT) program is specifically designed to help new students navigate the transition from high school to college. Academic Strategy Peer Tutors serve as academic mentors and role models and work with students throughout the semester to develop academic skills including: study skills, time management strategies, note taking skills, and test taking strategies.

While the ASPT program largely supports first-year students, any student can choose to work with an ASPT. 

Academic Strategy Peer Tutoring is available during the fall and spring semester. Students needing assistance over the summer should email

Framingham State has partnered with ThinkingStorm to provide free online tutoring to our students.  ThinkingStorm is open every day for online tutoring, which includes on-demand, appointment-based, and submission-based support. To receive tutoring help, simply access online tutoring through the link on your Framingham State University Canvas page. You can then follow the directions on-screen to connect with a live tutor, submit a document to the online Writing Center, or schedule a virtual tutoring appointment.

You may access ThinkingStorm on Canvas under "Account", or on the left-side tool bar within a course.  

Please utilize Chrome or Firefox when accessing ThinkingStorm.  

Please email if you have questions. 

Please check back in the fall for information about Math Emporium.

Tutoring is an outstanding way for students to become involved in the Framingham State community.  Any student interested in becoming a subject tutor or an Academic Strategy Peer Tutor (ASPT) should fill out the tutoring application.  Excellent academic standing, a faculty recommendation, and an interview are required.  

For questions about any of the above tutoring services, please contact: 

Ally Chisholm, Academic Success Coordinator 

Dr. LaDonna Bridges, Associate Dean of Academic Success