Tutoring

What to expect at the tutoring sessions

These small-group sessions are conducted by tutors who are prepared to answer your questions about course material. They will discuss and clarify assignments, lectures, textbook readings, quizzes, exams and any other study-related questions you may have. They can help you decide what information is most important to learn and strategies to help you remember this material. The tutors will also share course-specific study tips and test-taking strategies for you to try.

Why students attend tutoring

Most people use Tutoring to stay ahead in their classes. Students have used the tutoring services in a variety of ways:

  • To clarify problems. Our tutors can help you with specific questions or general knowledge on a topic. This is a great alternative for you if you do not feel comfortable talking with your professor or if you cannot make it to your professor's office hours.
  • To do homework. Many students find that the tutoring sessions provide a great atmosphere for doing homework. If they get stuck on a problem or if questions arise there is easy access to somebody who can help.
  • To meet with study groups. Our tutors can help guide your study group meetings to help you get the most out of your time.

Students who regularly attend the free tutoring sessions obtain a better understanding of course material. A better understanding leads to better grades. Tutoring is not just for students falling behind in coursework.

Bronco Study Zone

Additional tutoring in numerous subjects is available in the Bronco Study Zone. A list of subjects will be forthcoming.

The Bronco Study Zone has moved

The Bronco Study Zone has officially relocated to 3374 Rood Hall. Fall hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. in 3374 Rood and Sunday from 1 to 10 p.m. in Eicher Hall (Valley 2 Residence Hall). Drop-in assistance for CAS courses and peer academic success coaching will be available during these hours.