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What are peer tutors?

Peer tutors are undergraduate students who help Engineering Village @ The Commons residents in their first-year math, physics, chemistry, and engineering courses. They aim to support and guide the academic efforts of students during their transition from high school to college.

When and where can I get help?

In response to social distancing requirements for Spring 2021, peer tutors are available online via Zoom, Sunday through Thursday. Assistance is available on a drop-in basis. To get help, find a tutoring session here. For more information on course availability, check out the Academic Success Center's searchable tutoring database.

Location: Service offered online via Zoom
Days: Sunday - Thursday (begins on Jan. 24 and ends on Apr. 29)
Time: 5 - 9 p.m. on Sunday; 1 - 11 p.m. on Monday through Thursday

The College of Engineering partners with the Academic Success Center to provide additional academic support services (peer tutoring, Supplemental Instruction, etc.) for math, chemistry, physics and engineering courses. For more information, visit the academic support services web page.