Our focus is primarily on offering support for level 100 and 200 courses with high rates of failure and/or a significant demand for tutorial assistance, thereby increasing the retention of freshmen and sophomores so they can make it to their "major" classes. However, we do offer tutoring for upper level & graduate classes, as demand dictates.
If you would like to request a tour of the Mary Poppe Chrisman Success Center, the home of Campus Tutorial Services, or if you would like one of our staff members to visit your class to talk about our tutoring services, please click from the following:
Following that, a staff member will reach out within 24 hours to finalize the details.
Instructor recommendation is one of the best ways students learn about our FREE services. Consider including our website in your syllabus or Canvas announcement.
We are proud to offer virtual and in person tutoring sessions for students. To schedule a tutoring appointment via Navigate, clients view the list of Subject Areas including tutors for each on our main page (https://www.uww.edu/tutorial). If clients have additional questions, they can email the tutor directly (be sure to C/C firstname.lastname@example.org). More extensive instructions on how to use Navigate to schedule appointments can be found here.
Student can access their post-session reports in Navigate as proof of attendance. We can also email instructors of an appointment at a student’s request. Some courses and departments make special arrangements to require students to use Campus Tutorial Services. If you would like to make such arrangements, please contact us at email@example.com.
Supplementary Instruction is when a tutor is assigned to a course with a professor, and they hold weekly hour-long tutoring sessions outside of the class time for all students in that section. More information about SI can be found here.
Are you an instructor looking for a tutor or SI Leader to connect to your class? Would you like to recommend someone who you think would be a good tutor. Click here to start the process. More information about the hiring and training process can be found by visiting our Employment page located in the top banner. While it is best to make SI requests in the middle of the semester that precedes the semester when SI would be provided, requests can be made at any time.