You can make an appointment online at www.uvm.edu/tutor. By making an appointment, you reserve time with a peer tutor. If you have a scheduled appointment, please meet your tutor at 105 Bailey/Howe Library, past the main stair case and across from the reference desk. You can also drop in at room 105 to see if a tutor is free.
Location and Hours
We are located in Bailey Howe Library on the
first floor past the main stair case and across from the Reference Desk (room 105).
Mon.–Thurs., 10 am–9 pm
Fri., 10 am–5 pm
Sun., 6 pm–9 pm
For a list of tutors, areas of concentration, schedule, and/or to make an appointment go to www.uvm.edu/tutor.
In most cases, sessions are more effective when tutors can meet with students in person. However, if coming to Bailey/Howe Library would present challenges for you (for example, if you live outside of Chittenden country, or if you have a disability that would make online tutoring more effective), you can request an online appointment. Send an email to Sue Dinitz with the following information:
Name: Date: Year in School: Current address: Phone number: Class for which you are writing a paper: Your goals for the tutoring session: Why you would find it challenging to meet a tutor in person at Bailey/Howe Library: Any additional information that would be helpful to the tutor:
We will try to review your request within 24 hours. If it is approved, you will be sent directions for how to schedule an appointment and then meet your tutor online.
Note: In order for the online tutoring platform to work, you need to have a computer with a camera and microphone attached. These are built into most McIntosh computers but may have to be added on to other computers.
If you are have question or concerns, please contact Sue Dinitz, Director of the Writing Center at Susan.Dinitz@uvm.edu.
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