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Tutoring Services

Looking for a little extra help with your classes? 

The Academic Skills Center offers weekly tutoring for all students in many 100 and 200 level courses. These one-on-one and small group tutor sessions allow students to deepen their content knowledge by practicing the material with a knowledgeable peer. Tutoring is free for students, and our tutors will work with you to find a time that fits your schedule. 

See below for information about how to schedule, what to expect, and meet our tutors!

  • Take the first step today! Click here to schedule your appointment or see "How to schedule" below for detailed instructions
  • Courses Offered

    Click here to view courses offered for the Fall 2023 semester. 

    If you are looking for tutoring in a course not listed here, please contact our office and let us know!  

    What to Expect from Peer Tutoring
    What can a tutor help me with? 

    Tutoring will help you with material in specific courses including extra practice, preparing for tests, understanding notes/readings, and clarifying concepts from class.  Tutoring is more than just homework help; your tutor will help you be successful in the class and help you develop skills you can apply elsewhere. 

    What are tutoring sessions like? 

    Tutoring sessions typically last 45 minutes to 1 hour, but there is flexibility based on your needs and your tutor's schedule.  After you have signed up for a tutoring session, keep an eye on your email!  Your tutor will email you to introduce themselves, tell you where to meet, and ask what you want to accomplish during your session.  Having a clear goal in mind or a specific set of questions will help make your session as productive as possible.

    How to schedule your appointment
    How to get started

    To schedule your first appointment, log into the Navigate app on your smartphone or click here to access the website. Click on Schedule An Appointment or Use Drop-Ins and follow the on-screen directions. 

    See this step-by-step guide for more information.

    Cancelling Appointments

    To cancel a previously scheduled appointment, log into the Navigate app or website.  Click on your upcoming appointments, select Cancel my Attendance, and follow the on-screen directions. 

    See this step-by-step guide for more information.

    What if no available appointments fit my schedule? 

    Not a problem! Please contact Amy Root at or stop by our office in Centennial 2104 and we'll work with you to find an alternative time. 

    No Show Policy

    Students who do not show up or cancel within 4 hours of your scheduled appointment time three or more times in a semester may be restricted from making new appointments. 

    Meet Our Tutors

    Coming Soon!


    Interested in becoming a tutor?

    We are always looking to hire great students who are passionate about helping others. See our jobs tab in the side menu or contact Amy Root at for more information. 

    Looking for something else? 

    We're here to help. See below for some other available resources or stop by our office in 2104 Centennial to see what might be available to you. 

    Math Tutoring

    Please find more information about the Math Lab and math tutoring options by clicking here!

    Ideas for help when tutoring isn't available
    • Contact a member at the front desk in the Student Success Center by phone or email at 715-836-2200 or email at We may be able to refer you to other services available on campus.
    • Check to see if your course has Supplemental Instruction
    • See your course professor during office hours. Professors hold office hours specifically to meet with students and are available to assist you.
    • Search your textbook title on the Internet. Many publishers have additional resources available to assist students using their textbooks.
    • Stop by the academic department office to ask about any available tutoring or resources to assist students. Some departments or student groups offer drop-in tutoring hours. 
    • Start your own study group with people in your class. The library has study rooms available.
    • If your course struggles are related to test performance, difficulty with textbook reading, insufficient
      note-taking skills, or other important academic skills consider trying Peer Academic Coaching.
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