University Tutorial Services is provided through Learning Assistance Programs and Student Support Services and is nationally certified by the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA). Tutoring is available for enrolled University students. Tutoring is provided through scheduled appointments, and is provided on the Cape Girardeau campus, as well as at the Regional Campuses. Tutoring is provided on a first come, first served basis. Additional hours of tutoring are considered on a case by case basis. University Tutorial Services will make every effort to match all requests received, but they cannot guarantee tutor availability for all courses.
A list of courses we currently tutor can be found below:
Requests for tutorial assistance must be submitted online using the Tutorial Database:
Instructions on how to navigate the tutorial database can be found below:Tutorial Database Screenshots
Students receiving tutorial assistance are expected to be aware of and abide by the policies and procedures implemented by University Tutorial Services.
The Tutorial Session Do’s and Don’ts can be found below:
Tutorial Session Do’s and Don’ts
The University Tutorial Services Cancellation Policy can be found below:
University Tutorial Services Cancellation Policy
Once a student’s tutorial request is approved, a confirmation email will be sent to their Southeast email account. The email will contain all of the specifics regarding their tutorial session: date of their first appointment, course in which they will be receiving tutoring, the name of their Learning Assistant, and the location of the tutorial session. The student and Learning Assistant will meet at the same day and time for the entirety of the semester. If there are scheduling conflicts that require a tutorial session be rescheduled, the student must submit a new tutorial request.
Students are encouraged to come to their tutorial session with a plan of what they wish to cover. In addition, students should bring any materials that could contribute to an effective tutorial session: textbook, class notes, presentations, etc. Students will be required to complete a session contract at the beginning of their first tutorial session. The contract will outline the expectations of both the student and Learning Assistant during the tutorial session.
Students interested in becoming a Learning Assistant must submit a Learning Assistant
Application. The application can be found below:
Learning Assistant Application
Learning Assistants must be undergraduate students and maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and a major GPA of 3.0. All Learning Assistants must and have earned an “A” or “B” in all classes they wish to tutor. In addition to submitting the Learning Assistant Application, a copy of the students most recent Degree Audit along with a reference letter is required. Once all of the information is received, the applicant will be contacted.
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