Tutoring for Residential Students
COVID-19 Update: You will still receive the academic support you need. Residential Tutoring Services has provided a way for our tutors to connect with you digitally through Microsoft Teams. Please see the resources under the heading “Tutoring Appointments” below for instructions on how to make and attend a digital appointment.
Tutoring is available during the fall and spring semesters at no additional cost to Liberty University residential undergraduate students currently enrolled in the course for which they are seeking tutoring. Tutoring Services employs academically excellent students, who have a desire to help you do your best in your classes. Courses offered include accounting, biology, chemistry, economics, math, psychology, theology, American Sign Language, French, German, Spanish, and more.
One-on-one tutoring is provided for all available courses so that you can receive individualized help from your tutor regarding any course content you want to learn, discuss, or review.
Group tutoring is offered for certain courses to meet a high-demand for tutoring. Group tutoring provides a safe atmosphere for you to learn alongside your fellow classmates.
Tutoring appointments are highly recommended to ensure that a tutor is available to meet with you. Before your appointment, get to know your tutor!
- You must be enrolled in the course for which you are requesting tutoring.
- You should bring your study materials (textbook, class notes, etc.) to your appointment, so that your tutor can best help you.
- You are not permitted to ask tutors to complete your homework, quizzes, or tests.
- There is a 24-hour cancellation policy.
- When requesting an appointment, please note the number of slots available, as we offer 1-on-1 appointments (“1 of 1 slots available”) and group sessions (ex. “15 of 20 slots available”).
- Group tutoring appointments are currently available for:
- BIOL 215/216
- BIOL 224
- BIOL 225
- CHEM 122
- CHEM 302
- How to Schedule or Cancel an Appointment in Compass
- Compass Instructional Video:
- Microsoft Teams Appointment Instructions
- Microsoft Teams Instructional Video:
After you review all of the one-on-one and group tutoring options using the links above, if tutoring is not currently available for your undergraduate residential course, you may fill out the Course Tutoring Request form to ask that it be considered as an available option for future semesters. Please note that the Course Tutoring Request form is not to be used to request tutoring for classes for which tutoring is already available.
Student Tutor Positions
Tutoring Services offers paid and CSER tutor positions for residential undergraduate students. Applicants must have a cumulative LU GPA of at least 3.0, an A or B and a professor recommendation in any course they want to tutor, and a desire to help students improve or maintain their academic excellence.
To inquire about available positions or for more information, email email@example.com.
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