Office of Minority Student Affairs
Academic Services Center
ALL OF OUR TUTORING WILL BE ONLINE FOR THE FALL SEMESTER. Please Note: We will not be offering Drop-In tutoring during the Fall 2020 semester. All tutoring is by appointment and will be one-on-one.
Matched tutoring is a weekly commitment. Tutoring is most beneficial if you work regularly, not just the night before an exam.
College tutoring is not a "remedial" service, but is intended to help successful high school students adjust to university-level courses. Work to understand the course material prior to meeting with the tutor. The tutor's function is to help you identify study strategies that work for you, not to teach the course. Have your textbook, class notes, and previous quizzes with you during your online tutoring meetings.
In addition to tutoring, our center also offers four different Study Skills one-on-one consultations you may find helpful. The topics covered in these one-time one hour sessions are: Time Management, Textbook Study Strategies, Lecture Note-taking, and Test Taking Techniques. These study skills sessions can be useful in helping you adjust to the general study habits needed to be successful in college. They are especially helpful for courses which require a lot of reading and for which we do not provide tutoring.