The LARC offers free tutoring to students who request help with classes or programs.
Students usually request tutoring on their own.
Faculty may also refer a student for tutoring.
Tutors help students prepare for tests, improve study techniques, review course materials, and answer questions about assignments.
Tutors will not do work for students, nor do they replace instructors. They will show techniques for keeping pace with assignments and help in understanding your course material.
Smarthinking, a live online tutoring service, is available to students at anytime and from anywhere.
Students needing assistance in subjects such as math, economics, accounting, chemistry, physics, Spanish, or statistics will receive real-time assistance from e-structors.
An online writing lab allows students to submit drafts of writing assignments for assistance in revisions.
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