Request Tutoring or Other Support After Spring Break, March 2015

Be advised that as of today - March 13, 2015 - some course capacities are filled and you may be referred to your faculty member.  Where possible, we will try to assist you with developing study groups, identifying study supporters through faculty members.


Sign up for tutoring below:

  • Tutoring Services only acknowledges tutoring requests through our online formCalling or emailing the office to say that you would like a tutor is not a formal request for services.
  • If you need tutoring for a course that is not one of our standard offerings, type in the department name and course number in the section “Special Course Request.”  We will try to identify a tutor for you and will email you to let you know the status of the unique request. 
  • We do not guarantee placement in courses beyond our standard offerings.  If a tutor cannot be identified within a one-week time frame, we may direct you to your course professor. 

After you have submitted your tutoring request, here's what happens:

  • After we receive your online request, you will receive an acknowledgement email.  If you do not receive this e-mail, it means that your form was not properly submitted and you will need to redo it.
  • We will email you the contact information for your new tutor and/or group assignment within 3 days.   Our response time may be longer during peak times (e.g. midterms, etc.).
  • Contact your tutor right away and arrange a time to meet.  Your tutor may also reach out to you to arrange your actual sessions.