The StatLab offers Walk-In Help sessions at multiple locations across the campus to support data analysis in a consultative setting.
Before you come for a Walk-In Help session, take a few minutes to get ready. There are four simple steps.
We work to make the service as accessible and valuable as possible.
The best sessions are driven by your questions. We've got some suggestions on how to get ready for a session. Here are examples of questions you might ask us.
Even when questions don't have a single "right" answer, that's okay. We'll do our best to help you understand the options you have and make suggestions for your decision-making.
Walk-In Help sessions aren't always the best resource for your problem.
We don't provide tutoring, but we can help you find one from the Center for Teaching and Learning or one of the residential colleges
Consultants can't act as course-dedicated teaching fellows, but we work with instructional teams in other ways to provide curricular support. We have guidelines that inform how we work with learners in courses and others using course materials.
See the schedule to find a session that works for you.
To find the right consultant, read about their backgrounds.
Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get back to you.
Did Walk-In Help unlock your problem? We're glad to hear that.
Here is suggested language that our patrons use in their acknowledgments.