The Tutoring Lab is now closed. If you are taking summer classes and need a tutor, please use the request form below (under Peer Tutor Referral).
CHECK WHAT STUDENTS THINK OF THE TUTORING LAB
Feeling a lot more confident in the material after my visit!
I really appreciated the session.
It is great to find tutors that care so much about the students' needs.
K. is a magnificent tutor. Her help is invaluable! I will surely come back in the future. Thanks!
My appointments were extremely successful. I felt a lot more confident in the material after the session.
My session really cleared things up for me. Thank you!!
She's great and patient, even with my headaches in ECON
The advice given was very helpful and eased my testing anxiety.
The Tutor is very knowledgeable and helpful. I am much more confident in the material.
When I first walked in, I had no idea what I was doing. Now, I feel like I have a much better understanding of what I have learned thus far.
PEER TUTOR REFERRAL
For courses not offered in the Lab, we have a referral system. After receiving a request, we will try to identify a peer tutor for that class. Please be advised that the recruiting process might take up to two weeks and sometimes longer, so submit your request early on. The ASAC cannot guarantee a tutor will be found for every class. There is a modest fee for this option, payable directly to the peer tutor at the session. To request a peer tutor for a class not offered in the Lab, please fill out the peer tutor request form.
If you're a student in one of the following programs please contact the following staff for assistance with getting a tutor:
If you're a student athlete, please contact Ashley Rozendaal in the Academic Support and Access Center.
If you're a student in the Learning Services Program, please fill out the Peer Tutor Request Form above and/or contact Nancy Syndor-Greenberg in the Academic Support and Access Center.
If you're a STEPstudent, please fill out the Peer Tutor Request Form above and/or contact Ira Fabri in the Academic Support and Access Center.
If you are a student in the Frederick Douglas Distinguished Scholars, please contact 202-885-6213.