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Gen ed classes can be tough. They have a bigger class size, making it hard to get your questions answered and go along with the pace. And some classes just might not be your thing.

Your Tutoring Experience

  • Get a personalized experience with small-group learning.

    Tutoring groups have just six students - sometimes less. This allows you to get the individualized attention you need without getting lost in a large gen ed class.

  • Work with certified tutors.

    Tutors are students who earned high marks in class. They're trained to help you work through your academic struggles.

  • Go to class with confidence.

    You’ll study but you’ll walk away with much more than that. We teach you skills and strategies that make you a better student in every class.

Available Tutoring Sessions

Tutoring sessions depend on student demand and tutor availability. Sessions are mostly for 100-level, general education courses. Here’s what’s typically offered each semester.

Tutoring starts the second week of classes. It ends two weeks before finals.

Writing Assistance

We offer writing help for any class and any situation. Learn more about our writing services

  • Accounting

ACC 131 | Financial Accounting

ACC 132 | Managerial Accounting


We offer drop-in ALEKS tutoring in the Developmental Math Lab in Schroeder 118. Stop in while we’re open to get help with ALEKS

Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Learn more about ALEKS

  • Biological Sciences

BSC 101 | Fundamental Concepts in Biology

BSC 160 | Microbiology and Society

BSC 181 | Human Physiology and Anatomy I

BSC 182 | Human Physiology and Anatomy II

BSC 196 | Biological Diversity

BSC 197 | Molecular and Cellular Basis of Life

  • Chemistry

CHE 102 | Chemistry and Society

CHE 110 | Fundamentals of Chemistry

CHE 140 | General Chemistry I

CHE 141 | General Chemistry II

  • Economics

ECO 101 | Principles of Microeconomics

ECO 102 | Principles of Macroeconomics

  • Family and Consumer Sciences

FCS 102 | Fundamentals of Human Nutrition

  • Geography, Geology, and the Environment

GEO 102 | Principles of Geology

GEO 135 | World Geography

  • History

HIS 102 | Modern Western Civiliazation

HIS 135 | History of the United States to 1865

HIS 136 | History Of The United States Since 1865

Tutoring appointments available or drop-in anytime on:

Tuesdays: 6 -8 p.m.

Thursdays: 5 -7 p.m.

  • Kinesiology and Recreation

KNR 181 | Human Anatomy and Physiology I

KNR 182 | Human Anatomy and Physiology II

  • Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

For quick questions or help, try drop in tutoring for your language course. Available on a first come, first-served basis for 30 minutes.

Mondays: 3- 4 p.m.

Wednesdays: 7-9 p.m.

Fridays: 12-1 p.m.

SPA 111 | Basic Spanish Skills

SPA 112 | Beginning Spanish

SPA 115 | Second-Year Spanish (Part I)

SPA 116 | Second-Year Spanish (Part II)

SPA 213 | Written Communication in Spanish

Wednesdays: 4- 6 p.m.

Sundays: 4-6 p.m.

FREN 111 |First-Year French (Part I)

FREN 112 | First-Year French (Part II)

FREN 115 | Second-Year French (Part I)

  • Mathematics

Many math classes offer supplemental instruction, a form of tutoring that offers collaboration with a tutor and others in your class. Talk to your instructor to learn more.

MAT 113 | Elements of Mathematical Reasoning

MAT 119 | College Algebra

MAT 120 | Finite Mathematics

MAT 121 | Applied Calculus

MAT 144 | Precalculus

MAT 145 | Calculus

MAT 146 | Calculus II

MAT 147 | Calculus III

  • Management

MGT 100 | Statistical Reasoning

  • Physics

PHY 102 | Atoms to Galaxies

PHY 105 | Fundamentals of Physics

PHY 108 | College Physics I

  • Politics and Government

POL 101 | Citizens and Governance

POL 106 | United States Government and Civic Practices

  • Psychology

PSY 110 | Fundamentals of Psychology

  • Sociology

SOC 106 | Introduction to Sociology

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Hours and Location

  • Monday-Thursday | 8 a.m.-9 p.m.

  • Friday | 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

  • Saturday | Closed

  • Sunday | 4-8 p.m.

The Visor Center is located on the lower level of the Vrooman Center, between Manchester and Hewett Halls.

Your Time Commitment

Tutoring sessions start the second week of classes and go until the end of the semester. You’ll meet with your cohort once a week for one hour.

We schedule sessions to accommodate your busy schedule. Most are offered in the evening, Sunday through Friday.

Attendance Policy

If you miss the first appointment or if you miss three appointments during your session, we'll check in with you to make sure everything is ok and see if you still want tutoring.

Cancel Your Session

If you feel you no longer need tutoring, let us know and we’ll cancel your recurring sessions.

Come Back to Tutoring

If you stopped your tutoring session but want to return, come see us at the Visor Center and we can see what's available.

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