- 1-to-1 Tutoring is only available to currently enrolled Georgia Tech students.
- Students are allowed two one-hour long tutoring sessions per week AND no more than one session per day for 1-to-1 Tutoring.
- Students are able to make appointments no more than 2 weeks in advance for 1-to-1 Tutoring and must make appointments at least 24 hours in advance.
- If it is necessary to cancel an appointment with 1-to-1 Tutoring, please contact the Tutoring Reception Desk at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled appointment. You can cancel the appointment by accessing Tutortrac at https://www.academicsupport.gatech.edu.
- Failure to attend a tutoring session for 1-to-1 Tutoring without canceling with the Center for Academic Success at least 24 hours in advance of the appointment time will result in a $15 fee charged to your student account in the Bursar's Office to cover the cost of paying the tutor and administrative overhead. This charge could result in a hold on your student account and a withholding of services such as class registration, transcript requests, etc. until the balance is cleared.
- Staff reserve the right to cancel tutoring sessions in cases of frequent cancelation or tardiness, by request of the tutor or the student, or under other extenuating circumstances.
- Complaints, problems, and issues concerning tutoring services, tutors, online scheduling, or any other matter pertaining to 1-to-1 Tutoring or Physics Undergraduate Study Hours should be referred to 404.385.0041 or email@example.com.
How Should I Use Tutoring
- Tutoring doesn’t replace lecture or recitation, or your professor's office hours
- Tutoring isn’t a chance to have another student explain the content
- Tutoring provides you with a chance to discuss course materials, ask questions, and work through practice problems and key concepts with highly trained, highly knowledgeable peer tutors
When Should I Use Tutoring?
- Use tutoring "early and often.” Don’t wait until you’re in trouble! Our data show that many students who use Tutoring are A and B students working to stay at the top of the class, to review for a major assignment, and to generally improve their understanding of course materials. However, we’re till open to anyone who wants additional support throughout the semester.
What Should I Bring to my Tutoring Appointment?
- Class notes, lecture notes, textbook, and any practice problems or tests distributed by instructors or TAs.
- Anything you want to discuss is fair game—except graded work that has not yet been submitted.
What Should I Expect from Tutoring?
- Tutoring isn’t a “get-out-of-jail-free” card; our service supplements the work required by your class.
- You and your tutor will work through problems and concepts, with the tutor asking more questions than actual giving solutions.
- You should leave a successful session with a better understanding of both course concepts AND what you’ll have to do to get ready for your next assignment.
How do I Sign up for Tutoring?
Simply click here to access our online sign-up system, TutorTrac. You’ll enter the course subject and number, and you’ll choose from some available dates. Once you’ve scheduled an appointment, just come to the Tutoring room (Suite 273) five minutes before the appointed time and date and check in at the Tutoring Reception Desk in Clough Commons.