How to Get Tutoring

Using the Scheduler

All of our tutoring services are run through the Scheduler, also accessible within MyDiplomat by selecting Academics and clicking on the Q&SC Tutoring icon.  In the Scheduler, you can use the drop-down menu right below the Q&SC logo to select which type of tutoring you want:

 

Individual Tutoring

Meet one-on-one with a tutor

The Scheduler displays the courses and tutors each day down the left side, with that tutor's availability indicated by the white boxes. Click one at a time that works for you and a window will pop up to set up the appointment. If you would like to meet regularly every week, you can set that up with the tutor at the meeting.

 

Drop-Ins

Just walk in, no advance appointment necessary

The Scheduler displays the courses, locations, and tutors down the left, with the drop-in hours indicated by the white boxes. If you are coming to tutoring in-person, just go to the room indicated during drop-in hours and the tutor will help you out.

 

QuEST

Tutor-led activities to help you master the content

Just like drop-ins, the Scheduler lists the rooms and times for all QuEST sessions; you can simply show up in person at the designated location and time.

 

Fall 2021 Supported Courses

Types of Tutoring 

Drop-In Tutoring

Students can attend drop-in sessions for a number of subjects, including biology, chemistry, physics, Econ, BOS, and Computer Sciences.    

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Tutoring Appointment

Students meet with a tutor, individually or in small groups,  to ask questions and receive help in any trouble areas.  Upon request, an appointment can be repeated for all the weeks of a semester to create a regular, weekly session.

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QuEST Group Sessions

Come to QuEST  for Quantitative Extra Study Time! Peer group leaders attend class and run voluntary work-sessions where all students can improve study skills and content mastery. 

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Workshops and Special Events

Throughout the semester, the Q&SC offers a limited schedule of workshops and special events.  Examples of past offerings include:  Excel (basic and intermediate), How to Write Like a Biologist, BIO220 Lab Fair, Study Tips, and Study Jam.

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