Our tutoring services are offered in two formats:
|Thursday, April 28th||Last day of Drop-In Tutoring|
|Friday, April 29th||Last Day of 1-on-1/Small Group Tutoring|
|Monday, May 9th||Last Day of Finals|
Note: 1-on-1/Small Group Tutoring may continue through Reading Days and Finals based on peer mentor availability.
Drop-In tutoring targets our highest demand courses through regularly scheduled open tutoring sessions during the fall and spring semesters. You are not required to commit to regular attendance and you can come as needed throughout the semester. You can utilize Drop-In Tutoring to discuss course related content, clarify and ask questions, work through practice problems, and stay and do work.
The peer learning support staff consists of tutors, academic coaches, and supplemental instruction leaders who are both undergraduate as well as graduate students. We are all concerned about our health as a community of learners, and therefore, during the coaching, tutoring, and SI sessions, we request that any student with fever, cough, or any respiratory symptoms stay at home. Please do not attend the session and place others in jeopardy. Instead, call UHS at 412 268- 2157 for consultations, and return to any of these sessions when you are feeling better and your health has improved.
Note: The location for 21-256 drop-in has changed. Please refer to the table below.
|Courses||Hunt Library - IDeATe Studio B||Mudge Reading Room||The Neighborhood Commons||Posner 280/282||Tepper Quadrangle - 3807 Corridor||Zoom|
|09-105/106 Modern Chemistry I & II||Tuesdays||Mondays
|09-218 Organic Chemistry II||Mondays
|15-110 Principles of Computing||Sundays||Tuesdays
|15-112 Principles of Programming and Computer Science||Mondays||Thursdays||Sundays|
|15-122 Principles of Imperative Computation||Mondays||Sundays
|Calculus (21-111, 21-112, 21-120, 21-122)||Thursdays||Tuesdays
|21-127 Concepts of Mathematics||Mondays||Thursdays||Mondays|
|21-256 Multivariate Analysis||Mondays
|24-101 Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering||Mondays|
|24-262 Stress Analysis||Sundays|
|27-100 Engineering the Materials of the Future||Tuesdays||Wednesdays|
|27-202/212 Defects in Materials||Tuesdays||Wednesdays|
|27-216 Transport in Materials||Tuesdays||Wednesdays|
|27-217 Phase Relations & Diagrams||Tuesdays||Wednesdays|
|33-121 Physics I for Science Students
33-122 Physics II for Biological Sciences and Chemistry Students
|33-141 Physics for Engineering Students
33-142 Physics II for Engineering and Physics Students
|36-219 Probability Theory and Random Processes||Tuesdays
|73-102 Principles of Microeconomics||Tuesdays||Sundays
|73-103 Principles of Macroeconomics||Tuesdays||Sundays
1-on-1 and Small Group Tutoring Appointments
Tutoring consists of ongoing individualized and small group sessions for students seeking support related to their coursework. You can utilize tutoring to discuss course related content, clarify and ask questions, work through practice problems, etc.
Please note: The process for requesting a peer tutor has changed!
To make an appointment, please visit our WCOnline Peer Tutoring schedule below. To use the site, you will need to complete the one-time step of creating account. After this, you can use this account to request tutors going forward.
If your course is not listed on the WCOnline scheduling app, please contact Diane Hightower for assistance and include the course number and name.