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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.


Find a Tutor


Be a Tutor


*If you are having any issues scheduling on the website please reach out to us by email at tutoring@byu.edu.




  • Please make sure that you set or reset your schedule for winter semester.
  • You can add availability by clicking on your schedule at times when you will be available to tutor.
  • Unless you do this, students will NOT be able to see you as a tutor.
  • You will get a confirmation e-mail when students sign up for an appointment. Please contact them promptly!



Program Directors: 

Program Directors

Jackson Call

Executive Director

(801) 471-7490


Lily Stice

(801) 900-3621

Thurs. 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM 


Cesar Prugue

(801) 645-1039

Thurs. 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM


Emmy Smith

(336) 549-1430

Tues. 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM 


Austin Stewart

(805) 757-7540

Fri. 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM 


Katelyn Blood Jacobs

(801) 721-1925

Wed. 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM


Isaac Myres

(619) 396-9204

Mon. 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM


Nikolas Wilde

(505) 500-5093


Steven Flinders

(435) 640-7821

Fri. 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM


Steven Rummler

(801) 800-3162

Fri. 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM


Trevor Murphy

(208) 715-0475

Wed. 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM 


Nathan McMurray 

Thurs. 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM 


Joseph Beales

(435) 823-0540

Wed. 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM


Yeram Park

(626) 714-8666


Chris Bozer 

(408) 356-7880

Tues. !0:00 AM - 11:00 AM


Active Semesters

Fall   Winter   Spring   Summer


Time Commitment 

1 - 3 hours a week for one semester 


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How do I get involved?: 

How do I get involved?

1) Go to tutoring.byu.edu and fill out a quick application!

2) Attend a 15 minute orientation. There are weekly orientations in Y-Serve office WSC 2330, or you can get in contact with one of the program directors to set up a time.


Contact the program directors by email at tutoring@byu.edu with any questions!


Volunteer Commitment: Tutors commit to helping students for 1-3 hours a week.


Please complete this mandatory 20 minute child protection training before you begin working with this program.





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)


I love having scheduled service hours in my week. I've told a lot of my friends about Y-Serve tutoring and some of them say, "Well, I don't have time for that". I have loved MAKING time for tutoring, even when weeks are really busy. The sacrifice to serve has blessed my life.

-Katie McGuire (2018)


I have grown to love teaching. I'm currently working with a girl who really struggles in chemistry and just decided to withdraw from the class. I care for her and want her to succeed and had the impression that she needs help with testing strategies to help with her test anxiety. It was so fulfilling to be able to help her and be the support she needed.

-Aiden Mourik (2018)


I was able to tutor someone for almost the entire semester last semester and it was always really rewarding to see the change during one of our sessions to not quite understanding a concept to totally getting it and applying it on their own.
-Anonymous (2018)


It's amazing to see peoples' faces light up when they finally understand a concept. Recently I was tutoring an intro biology class, and I drew out a big overview of the central dogma. The tutee being able to see the big picture made him understand it a lot more and it was cool to see that happen.

-Scott Dallen (2018)