Appointment tutoring begins on September 9th, 2019 and ends December 10th.
Weekly Tutoring Request Form
We have started collecting requests for Spring 2020! Be proactive and request weekly appointments through the Tutor Request Form.
Non-weekly tutoring sessions
Students can schedule appointments independently, using the ASC scheduling system, TutorTrac. Click on the ASC Tutor Schedule to check for available tutors and reserve your sessions. If you want to know more about how to use TutorTrac, download the UMBC_TutorTrac_Student_Manual
Students who are registered with the Office of Student Disability Services and need accommodations (for example, an ASL interpreter) need to email Ira Fabri (Assistant Director of Tutoring) at firstname.lastname@example.org as much in advance as possible.
If you have any questions about tutoring, contact Ira Fabri (Assistant Director of Tutoring) at email@example.com.
Who are our Tutors?
All of our tutors are UMBC students who have taken the class(es) they support and succeeded. They have been recommended by faculty and received formal training.
All tutoring takes place in the Academic Success Center Sherman Hall 345. Students will check with the main office (Sherman 345), prior to the appointment, to verify the room number.
Why should I use Academic Success Center tutoring services?
- Students who go to tutoring tell us that they better understand course concepts and are able to apply new techniques they learn in tutoring later on their own.
- Tutoring is an appointment you make with yourself to study and practice at least once a week.
- In order to make the most of your tutoring session, prepare for it by bringing concepts and problems you want your tutor to work on with you.
Questions about tutoring? Check our FAQs page!
We are an inclusive tutoring center and strives to hire and tutor all students. If you have any questions or concerns about tutoring, please contact us.
Sessions are meant to be tutor-led study groups of up to four students. Sessions will take place in Tutoring Rooms on the 3rd floor of Sherman Hall. These rooms are outfitted with a computer, board, paper, and writing utensils. Students should come prepared with books, notes, and a few questions they would like addressed.