Tutoring Services

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Tutoring Services

Students in need of tutoring can contact the Learning Center located on the second floor (L203) of the Evans Library in the Educational Resources Building. Click here to view the tutor schedule.

To request a tutor click here to download the Tutor Request Form.

Tutors Will:
·Read over written work
·Review notes and handouts for the course
·Provide feedback on clarity, organization and focus of the assignment
·Prepare for tests
·Brainstorm ideas
·Provide study techniques
·Listen to your questions regarding academic assignments
·Refer students to appropriate supports on campus

Tutors Will Not:
·Do your work for you
·Guarantee a specific grade on your work
·Write your papers
·Perform miracles on last minute requests
·Run interference on the student’s behalf with the professor

Make the Most of Your Tutoring Session:
·Bring your assignment, text, notes and other needed supplies
·Have a positive attitude regardless of the task
·Provide feedback for the tutor on what works for you and what doesn’t
·Plan enough time to complete your work
·Professional and Peer tutors are available as scheduled in the labs
·Some tutors have appointment based meetings with students
·Please contact the tutor via email and arrange for an agreed upon meeting time

We hire tutors each semester
Are you interested in becoming a tutor to help your fellow students?  Click here to download the application to become a tutor.

Math Lab
Students can receive help from both professional coordinators and peer tutors on a walk-in or an appointment basis during scheduled day and evening hours.

Writing Lab
Students can receive help from both professional coordinators and peer tutors on a walk-in or an appointment basis during scheduled day and evening hours.

We hire note takers each semester in specific classes
Note takers provide an important service for students with disabilities, who cannot keep up with the notes in class. If you would like to become a note taker, go to room L203 (Ellie Fosmire) to apply; bring a copy of your schedule. You will need to show a sample of your notes for legibility, be a good student with a GPA of 2.5 or greater (or instructor recommendation), and attend class regularly. Qualified applicants will be considered on a first come, first serve basis. You can put your name on a waiting list if none of your class sections are currently needed.