There are peer tutors available to help with questions big or small. All tutoring is walk-in based, so you can stop by when tutoring is available and someone will be glad to assist you. Tutors are trained to identify and explain patterns of errors to students; tutors will not write on assignments or papers. Peer tutors are most helpful if you do the following:
- Prepare: Make sure to bring your textbook, notes and anything that you would need for the question(s) you have.
- Engage: Once you’ve met the peer tutor be sure to engage in the discussion and do your best to articulate your questions.
- Reflect: During the session make sure to take notes so that afterward you can reflect on the material and apply it.
Tutoring is primarily located on the second floor of the duPont-Ball Library and is offered for the subjects listed below.
|Anthropology||Music (Presser Hall)|
|Computer Science (Elizabeth Hall)||Political Science|
|Finance||Russian Studies (SPREES Building)|
|Health and Medical Statistics||Sociology|
All tutoring is walk-in based so check out the hours at …
Email any questions about tutoring to firstname.lastname@example.org.