What is Tutoring?
BYU Tutoring Services offers free volunteer peer-to-peer tutoring for all classes taught on campus. Tutors help reinforce concepts covered in class and assist students in developing essential learning skills. All tutors have achieved a B grade or higher in classes they tutor and have been oriented on essential tutoring skills.
NEW AND EXISTING TUTORS
- Please make sure that you set or reset your schedule for summer semester.
- You can do this by going to the "Schedule" tab, then by clicking and dragging your available time slots on the calendar.
- Unless you do this, students will NOT be able to see you as a tutor.
- Students will contact you about setting up a time to meet; this will show up on your calendar.
How do I get involved?
Attend a 30 minute orientation or get in contact with one of the program directors to set up a time.There are weekly orientations in Y-Serve office WSC 2330.
Contact the program directors by email at email@example.com
Volunteer Commitment: Tutors commit to helping students for 1-3 hours a week.
This semester I finally recognized how the Lord has blessed me because of my service. It doesn't make much sense but I've been strengthened in my resolve to be righteous and I've gotten better grades as I've served more (even more credits). I know that the Lord is very happy when He sees us reach out to aid our brothers and sisters.
-Jason Anderson (2017)
This semester, I've had several students, and even parent of students, say, "You have no idea how much this has helped me." Helping struggling students receive the help they need to have a successful experience here is amazing and that’s why I serve.
-Andrew Earl (2017)
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