We provide tutoring for undergraduate core business subjects in Accounting, Business Writing, Economics, Finance, and Statistics.
We suggest you arrive on time to tutoring appointments. Arriving 5 minutes late to the appointment time will be considered an automatic forfeit of the tutoring session. Students waiting to be tutored for the same subject will be permitted to reserve the appointment.
Welcome! Here are some tips to help you make the most of your 30-minute appointment. It’s your time. Make the most of it.
What to expect:
- A friendly, non-judgmental environment
- Tutors who will encourage your active participation
- Assistance enabling you to help yourself in the long run by developing your
- proof-reading and editing skills (for writing)
- problem-solving and analytical skills (for all business disciplines)
- understanding of processes and formulas
- business strategies and critical thinking
- long-term remedies and solid study habits
- Referrals to the University Learning Center if you need help with language skills
How to get the most out of your appointment—prepare as follows:
- Bring your textbook, your instructor’s assignment/task, and any other relevant documents.
- Expect to work with the tutor; the tutor can’t help without your cooperation.
- Jot down notes during the appointment or mark up your document.
- Tell the tutor which areas you wish to focus on; jot down questions beforehand.
- Budget enough time before your assignment is due.
What the tutors don’t do:
- Do your homework for you
- Edit documents
- Proof-read documents with a one-shot, “fix-it-up” attitude
- Pass judgments on instructors and their classes
- Work miracles and repair writing and other skills overnight
- One thirty-minute conference with a tutor
- Small group tutoring workshops (3-5 students) on selected topics possible
- One appointment per subject per day (maximum)