Free, one on one, online tutoring appointments are now available for Bradley University students for select courses, up to 2 hours per week. If free tutoring is not available for certain courses or if students need to exceed their 2 free hours, private, paid tutoring is also available. Tutor Matching Service serves as our tutor listing/directory and scheduling platform for all free and private tutoring.
If no tutor is listed, you may submit the Tutor Request Form to have our staff work on identifying a tutor for you.
Course faculty and instructors are the recommended first line of support for students with all class content. Tutoring should be used to supplement communication with your instructor and study groups.
Members of the Peoria community who would like to find a Bradley student to provide tutoring to middle school or high school age students should use Tutor Matching Service.
All current Bradley students may schedule up to 2 free hours of tutoring each week for select biology (BIO), chemistry (CHM), mathematics (MTH), and physics (PHY) courses.
Some academic departments on campus are able to offer free tutoring to their students. We try to include those students on Tutor Matching Service, so you may find subjects outside of those listed above where tutoring is free to current Bradley students. This is generally available for speech (including COM 103 and any other courses for which a speech is required, select business courses, and world languages courses).
Only tutors listed with "or $0" after their private hourly rate will be no cost to Bradley students. Students must use their @mail.bradley.edu email address to create their TMS account in order to access free Bradley tutors.
Paid Private Tutoring
Bradley University has collaborated with TMS for the convenience of students who either cannot use the Academic Success Center’s services (including non-Bradley students) or would rather have a private tutor. The TMS tutors offer their services on a pay-per-session basis. They set their rates themselves, and students pay them directly through TMS. Bradley University provides no oversight of their services and does not make any recommendation regarding their appropriateness to tutor inside the subject areas they have self-selected to tutor in. This is distinct from the “badges” that Bradley provides to student tutors who meet certain training, experience, and/or academic requirements. See descriptions of each badge below.
Students should always first check out the many tutoring and academic support services that we offer at no extra charge; however, the Academic Success Center is excited to offer this new partnership with Tutor Matching Service as an additional resource for Bradley University students!
Please note that Bradley University is not affiliated with Tutor Matching Service (TMS). Tutors on TMS are not employees or independent contractors of Bradley University. Rather, the tutors on TMS are private contractors hired directly by students. Bradley University neither guarantees the quality of TMS or its tutors, verifies the credentials or criminal and professional background of TMS or its tutors, nor endorses TMS or its tutors in any way. Bradley University makes no warranty, express or implied, of any kind, regarding the services provided by TMS or its tutors. Students are urged to read and follow the TMS terms of service carefully in order to get the best experience.
Interested in being a tutor?
Students may sign up to offer private tutoring through Tutor Matching Service. Tutor recruitment for tutors employed by the Academic Success Center is done directly with faculty in the academic departments.