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Center for Academic Development & Enrichment
225 Alumni Hall
Oneonta, NY 13820
(607) 436-3010

Service Hours:
Mon-Thurs: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Fri: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.




ANNOUNCEMENT: Drop-In Tutoring is Now Available for Several Subjects

NOTE: There will be no drop-in tutoring for physics on Thursday, 10/20.

VERY IMPORTANT: The LAST DAY to request a new appointment with a peer tutor is Monday, October 24 at 4:30 p.m. We will attempt to match all requests on our website made prior to that date. All appointments made as a result of requests made before 10/24 at 4:30 will continue until the end of the semester or until they are permanently canceled, whichever comes first. (Drop-in tutoring is not affected by this cutoff and will continue as planned. It affects only appointment-based tutoring.)

Drop-in WRITING CONSULTATIONS are available with our Peer Writing Studio tutors to help you with papers for classes. If the tutor is available, they will meet with you for up to 30 minutes. Better yet, sign up ahead of time for an appointment to reserve your space at (choose Writing Assistance).


Who We Are

CADE exists to serve all students at SUNY Oneonta. If you have any questions about our services, I encourage you to contact us. Many of your questions can be answered by the information provided at our website.

Learning Center

  • Peer tutoring
  • Professional tutoring for study skills, reading & basic math; Courses in reading, study skills, math and tutor training

Need a Peer Tutor for a specific course? You may sign up after the first day of classes. Need general help with study skills, reading or writing? Sign up for a Professional Tutor. Tutoring Information

Writing Center

  • College Writing Exam (CWE)
  • Professional tutoring for writing (for classes or the CWE)
  • Courses in writing

Have you taken and passed the College Writing Exam yet? If not, consider taking the Writing Under Pressure Workshop.

Our Mission:

The mission of CADE is to provide a supportive environment which empowers students to become engage, confident, and self-aware learners who can communicate clearly and achieve their goals in college and in life.


If you are looking for Student Disability Services, please contact Craig Levins at (607) 436-2137.