University Sponsored Small Group Tutoring (no out-of-pocket cost to students)
The Center for Learning and Student Success offers free, small group tutoring for students enrolled in selected large undergraduate courses that have traditionally created hurdles for students.
Visit https://MyT.syr.edu to signup. Drop-ins will be accommodated space permitting.
This Spring 2019 semester we are offering over 30 courses in which free tutoring is available. Find the courses listed below.
Students seeking fee-based tutoring available for other courses can sign up using the Syracuse page of the Tutor Matching Service website. If tutoring is not available for a course you’re interested in, email CLASS@syr.edu or call (315) 443-2005 so we can assist you.
To assist students in obtaining tutoring in additional courses, CLASS partners with Tutor Matching Services (TMS), a private company that works with universities including Purdue, Clemson, and NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering. Tutoring takes place at several locations on campus, including Bird Library. Scheduling occurs online through the Syracuse page of the Tutor Matching Service website.
Tutors who demonstrate qualifications based on SU coursework will have their credentials listed on the Tutor Matching Service website. Tutors for this program work as independent contractors for TMS. Tutors set their own rates and are paid by TMS.
Students seeking tutoring sign up using the Syracuse page of the Tutor Matching Service website. If tutoring is not available for a course you’re interested in, email CLASS@syr.edu or call (315) 443-2005 so we can assist you.
Some schools and colleges and University offices cover some tutoring costs for students. Please contact one of these offices or your homeschool/college advising office to inquire about this possibility. Participating schools, colleges and offices include: the Office of Disability Services; the Slutzker Center for International Services; Student Support Services (SSS); the Higher Education Opportunity Programs (HEOP and UC HEOP); the Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP); the School of Education; the College of Engineering and Computer Science; The David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics; the School of Information Studies; the Martin J. Whitman School of Management; and the College of Visual and Performing Arts.