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Tutoring Requests

Tutoring Requests

If you need tutoring in a class we don't currently offer, you can still get help! 
First, you should talk to your professor. If they can't help you often enough or direct you to a tutor, check with the department. Many departments have their own tutoring schedules, some of which are linked here.
If the department doesn't have tutoring sessions or none of them fit with your schedule, please fill out this tutoring request form, and then either print it and bring it to Karla Moore in Speare 110, or email it to her.

Schedules for departmental tutoring:
Physics
Math
EE
More schedules will be posted as they become available.

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