The Tutoring Program provides free tutoring services to all UNCP students who need further assistance in currently registered courses.
Led by a professional or peer tutor, each scheduled tutoring session will last approximately one hour in length. The tutor will help the student to better understand the course material by connecting ideas, forming concepts, explaining events, and asking questions that will help the student to increase their understanding of the course material.
To learn more about our tutors, click here.
ONLINE FORM TO request a tutor
Please note that it may take up to one week to process tutoring requests that are submitted using the online form.
You may also come to the Academic Support Center office and register for a tutoring appointment on one of the kiosks located throughout the D.F. Lowry Building.
UPDATES FOR FALL 2014
Tutoring for the Fall 2014 semester will begin on Monday, August 25.
Tutoring requests are scheduled in the order that they are received.
Appointment confirmations will be sent to your UNCP email address (Bravemail).
Please remember to check your Bravemail on a regular basis to
make sure that you don’t miss any important tutoring program announcements and/or emails from your tutor(s).
Regular tutoring hours: Monday-Thursday 9 am-9 pm; Friday 9 am-5 pm.
Online tutoring may be scheduled outside of these hours.
We are accepting tutor applications for Fall 2014 semester! More information about becoming a tutor here.
We currently need tutors for the following courses: BIO 1020 (Zoology); BIO 1030 (Human Biology); CHM 1300 (General Chemistry I); CHM 1310 (General Chemistry II); CHM 1400 (Chemistry for Health Sciences I); CHM 1410 (Chemistry for Health Sciences II); CHM 2500 (Organic Chemistry); CHM 2510 (Organic Chemistry II); CHM 4100 (Physical Chemistry); CRJ 2000 (Intro to Criminal Justice); DSC 2090 (Spreadsheet & Database Management); ECN 2020 (Microeconomics); AIS/ENG 2200 (Native American Literature); MAT 1070 (College Algebra); MAT 1080 (Plane Trigonometry); MAT 2150 (Calculus with Applications); MAT 3280 (Probability & Statistics I); MAT 3310 (Calculus III); PED 4120 (Exercise Physiology); PLS 1000 (Intro to Political Science); PHY 1500 (College Physics I); PHY 1510 (College Physics II); SPN 3110 (Spanish Composition and Review of Grammar); SWK 2000 (Intro to Social Work) ; SOC/SWK 2450 (Human Diversity and Populations at Risk); SWK 3710 (Writing for the Social Sciences). (List updated on Friday, August 29.)
Please review the Participant Responsibilites section before attending your first tutoring session.
The Academic Support Center will make every effort to accommodate all students; however, we cannot guarantee a tutor for every subject or all scheduling needs.
For more information about the Tutoring Program, please contact Courtney Walters, Tutoring Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 910-775-4408.