SEARCH FOR COURSE RESOURCES
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Below is a list of tutoring services offered by other organizations to help you succeed.
There are several walk-in help centers that are available to all Purdue students, free of charge. These rooms are open during regularly scheduled hours and are staffed by upper-class and graduate students who specialize in the respective subject areas.
SPECIALIZED PROGRAM TUTORING
- Tutoring for Adult Nontraditional Students
- HORIZONS Tutoring
- Purdue Promise
- Math Exams
- Chem Exams
- WIEP/WISP (Women in Science and Engineering) Tutoring Program
- ACE (Assistance for Classes in Engineering) Tutoring
- MEP (Minority Engineering Program)
- English as a Second Language Resources (ESL)
- BEST (Building Excellence for Students in Technology)
- Graduate School
- Health Sciences
Provides free tutoring for all freshmen level courses. Contact Truda Strange, Head of Student Services (firstname.lastname@example.org or 6-2848)
Purdue's writing lab is an exceptional resource for Purdue students. Services include free one-on-one tutoring, workshops, handouts to help students of all skill levels with their writing abilities, tapes and software to assist students for whom English is a second language, an an online writing lab with a variety of self-help resources, and tutors who respond to specific e-mail queries.
PRIVATE TUTORING; TUTOR MATCHING SERVICE
The following departments have private tutor lists available:
Purdue's partnership with Tutor Matching Service will help you find a tutor across most academic disciplines utilizing Facebook. Some services are free, while others are available for a small charge. Don't forget to sign up as a tutor to reach out to as many students as you can.
If you are having trouble finding a tutor, please submit a Tutor Request Form and we will do our best to help find you a tutor or other academic resource.