Subject-Area Tutoring provides discipline-specific assistance in courses across the curriculum. From one-on-one meetings with a tutor to focused group-sessions, Subject-Area Tutoring offers many ways to succeed in anything from French to Forestry, and most everything in between. Check out our programs and schedules below to find the study strategy best for you!
The Learning Co-op offers one-on-one peer tutoring for predominantly entry-level courses in many disciplines across the University. All of our 150+ tutors have been recommended by faculty members and complete training before they begin. You can make an appointment to meet with one of our tutors in the Learning Co-op, or arrange to meet with them around campus.
FAQ’s and More Information about Individual Tutoring:
Make an Appointment to Meet with a Tutor:
Tutor/Tutee Agreement Form:
Request a Tutor for an Upper-Level Course:
Need a quite place to do homework since there are never any tables in Bailey Howe? Tired of starting your math homework and getting stumped on the second problem? Coming to Drop-In tutoring allows you to take advantage of a great study environment, and to ask a tutor for help as soon as you get stuck. It’s your opportunity to meet with a tutor without having to schedule an appointment. Stop in with specific questions or to get feedback from your classmates. Tutors will be there to answer any questions you may have.
Drop-In Group Tutoring Schedule:
For the particularly challenging lecture classes on campus—think Organic Chemistry and Anatomy & Physiology— the Learning Co-op offers Supplemental Instruction (SI). SI Leaders attend lecture and take notes, then prepare two, hour-long review sessions each week. These sessions are specifically targeted to the most important course material and also include valuable study tips. It’s the best way to maximize your study time; national statistics indicate that students attending regularly receive higher grades than those who never do!
Supplemental Instruction Schedule
FAQ’s and More Information about the SI Program
See What Other Students have to Say about SI
The Learning Co-Op is always looking for talented and engaged students to join our team of peer tutors providing one-on-one assistance in subject areas across the disciplines, holding group study sessions, or leading Supplemental Instruction for large lecture classes.
Individual Tutor Job description:
Group Tutor/Study Table Leader Job Description
Supplemental Instruction Leader Job Description
Faculty Recommendation Form
Questions? Contact Keith Williams, Tutor Program Coordinator (802-656-7964)
Many departments on campus offer drop-in office hours with TA’s or other great resources to supplement class time and tutoring. Check it out!
Math Help (Offered by CEMS)
Physics Help (Offered by CEMS)
The Writing Center
Recommend Tutors for Your Course(s)
FAQ’s and More Information about Tutors, Groups, and Study Tables
FAQ’s and More Information about the Supplemental Instruction Program
More Questions? Contact the Tutor Program Coordinator (802-656-7964)
For weekly updates, important dates, forms, and link, check out the Tutor Blog
Other questions or concerns? Contact the Tutor Program Coordinator (802-656-7964)