Tutoring services are free when the request is made through the Office of Academic and Career Services. All traditional tutorial sessions are held on Sundays and Wednesdays from 6-8 p.m. We will begin taking requests for tutors on Monday, 1/20/14. The last day to request a tutor is Monday, 3/10/14.
To best serve your needs, please Click Here to complete the tutor request survey. This survey must be completed in order for us to match you with a tutor this semester. Once the survey is completed, you will receive an email from a tutor when someone is available to work with you. Once contacted, you will have 48 hrs to respond to the tutor to set up an appointment time. Otherwise, you will be placed on the waitlist until you can be placed with someone. Please allow at least 48 hrs. for your request to be processed.
Walk-In Hours are available for Math, CPSC and Biology, Chemistry & Physics.
Math Walk in Tutoring takes place on Monday Nights (4-6pm) and Thursday Nights (5-7pm) in Combs 002. There is also math walk-in available on Tuesdays from 8:30am to 12:30 p.m. Please come to Lee Hall 308 for these sessions.
Starting After Spring Break: CPSC tutoring for CPSC will be available at the Monday and Thursday night walk-in sessions.
Biology, Chemistry & Physics Walk-In Hours are available on Wednesday(6-8pm) & Sunday (6-8pm) in Combs 002. These sessions can be used in addition to the weekly session with a tutor.
The student affiliates of the American Chemical Society will also be offering free walk-in tutoring on Sundays from 3 – 5 pm for Chemistry in Jepson 4000.
- It is important that you show up on time for your tutoring session. Let us know if you will be late as tutors will be reassigned after 15 minutes. To cancel an appointment call the Office of Academic and Career Services (x1010) before 4 p.m. After 4 p.m., contact your tutor directly. Please note that two or more unexcused absences may affect your ability to receive services.
- Be prepared! Bring paper, a pen or pencil, your notes, and textbook. Do homework and try to work the problems before meeting with the tutor. Tutors will help with areas of confusion but will not teach the material. If tutors find a tutee that is too unprepared, the tutors will refer the tutee to his/her professor. Remember to keep questions relevant to the subject area. For example, no biology questions in the chemistry sessions.