Appointments are strongly preferred; please call or email in advance for best results. But walk-ins are welcome if an opening is available.
Social distancing and mask wearing must be followed for safety.
A session can be up to an hour as needed. Occasionally longer appointments are possible if time allows.
It is the student’s responsibility to make any appointments to see a tutor, though faculty can and do play an important role in referring students early on to the campus tutoring center.
Continuous appointments throughout the semester are encouraged for best results.
Please let us know how we can help you!
Tutoring is most often done on a one-on-one basis in the tutoring centers. They may occasionally be in a small group setting in a large room if spaced out. Currently, the virtual environment means this can be done remotely by Zoom, or sometimes by phone, or email if your tutoring needs can be addressed that way.
Tutors can help with working on similar homework problems but not the actual problems. They also assist with setting up new or current students on the Knowledge-Assessment tests needed for placement in appropriate class levels.
Our tutors also assist with KA, or Knowledge Assessment test set-up! In order that you can be placed within the correct level and type of Math or English course, often the advisors will need a student, whether a new student or a current student preparing for the next level of courses, to take the test. A tutor can assist you to be set up with it. This can be started on campus during tutoring hours, or Virtual Front Desk (VFD.)