Free Tutoring and Coaching Resources
The list of resources below is provided as an easily accessible collection of tutoring and coaching supports available across campus. For help accessing these resources or support finding resources not listed below, email the Office for Student Success at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Undergraduate Instructional Assistants are offering in-person tutoring in the following courses: BIO 148, 152, 155, 302, 303, 304, 308, 315, 325, 350, BCH 401G and PGY412G. See website for hours.
Free tutoring and software support for students enrolled in Analytics courses (AN300, AN306, AN324, AN420G and AN450G) and any student using Analytics software, including Excel, Tableau, SQL, Python, Alteryx and JMP Pro. See website for hours.
CARES offers tutoring and study group sessions for a variety of math and physical science courses including PSY 100, STA 210, STA 296, PHY 211 and PHY 231.
Proactively scheduled tutoring sessions for varsity student-athletes of all sports.
Free tutoring for College of Engineering students through the Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society.
One-on-one support for students enrolled in general chemistry courses. Services provided by TAs from the organic chemistry lab courses.
Assistance with personal and academic development, maintaining progress toward your goals, academic skills like time management, study strategies and more.
Free tutoring services for students enrolled in ACC 201, ACC 202, ACC 301, ECO 201, ECO 202, ECO 391 and ECO 401.
Individual and small group research assistance including forming search strategies, finding information sources, navigating the research process and more.
Virtual and in-person tutoring for students taking Chinese language courses in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages, Literatures and Cultures.
Support for students in all 100-level math courses, as well as MA 213 and MA 214.
One-on-one support for students enrolled in introductory organic chemistry courses. Services provided by TAs from the organic chemistry lab courses.
Free support for students enrolled in physics and/or astronomy courses.
Tutoring for speeches, papers, presentations and other communication assignments. Virtual and in-person options available.
Student Support Services is a federally-funded program created to support students who are first generation, low income or have a documented disability.
Direct one-on-one assistance with multimedia assignments including podcasts, infographics, asynchronous video presentations and video uploads.
Free, drop-in peer tutoring for a variety of 100 and 200-level math, science and business courses. Virtual and in-person options are available.
Weekly peer-led group study sessions for various courses.
Virtual and in-person assistance with beginning, developing or reviewing writing projects for any course, documenting sources fairly and correctly, learning and applying revision and proofreading strategies and more.