Students with consistent attendance in tutoring see a significant change in their understanding of course content and an increase in grades. Whether you are struggling with course content or have a “B” and want to get an “A,” you are encouraged to try tutoring.
Tips for a Successful Peer Tutoring Session
What should I bring to tutoring? Textbook, lecture notes, prepared questions, a notebook or paper, writing utensils, and a willingness to participate
What should I NOT bring to tutoring? Cell phone, gum, food, drinks and anything that could distract your peers
How do I get started? Review the tutoring schedule to see when the course you need help with is offered. Arrive to appropriate location, sign in to TutorTrac with your SID and find your tutor. Ask for help with study skills, practice problems, or general concepts.
Who can use peer tutoring and how much does it cost? Peer tutoring is FREE for all currently registered Bradley students.
The CLA offers tutoring for traditionally difficult courses. If the course you are looking for is not offered, the CLA offers students other academic resources including academic coaching, Academic Skills Workshops, and Learning Communities. Additionally, try the Writing Center for help with written work, look for departmental tutoring not listed on the drop-in schedule, and don’t forget your professor is your best resource of all.
*** All drop-in and 1-on-1 tutoring ends on Study Day ***
*** All drop-in and 1-on-1 tutoring ends on Study Day *
Click here to log into the TutorTrac system.
Click here for step-by-step directions on scheduling in TutorTrac.