Tutoring for All

Tutoring Current Students

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Need a Tutor? We’re here to help!

  • Sign up for Tutoring

    Individual tutoring sessions are one-on-one tutoring opportunities that require an appointment. While some tutoring labs may accept walk-ins, most operate by appointment only, so it’s a good idea to make an appointment to reserve your seat.

    How to Schedule a Session

    Students may schedule appointments with a tutor or peer academic coach by using the steps below:

    1. Visit Schedulicity.
    2. Choose your course/subject.
    3. Click “Add to Visit.”
    4. Choose a tutor.
    5. Choose a day and time that works for you.
    6. Confirm and create your account.
    7. Look for a message from your tutor to confirm the location of your session. For Math Lab sessions, meet them in the lab. 

    NOTE: If you do not see your course subject listed, contact us at css@ngu.edu.

  • Immersive Tutoring Labs

    Tutoring labs provide a chance for students to meet with peer tutors ito focus on a specific subject area. Make an appointment on Schedulicity (instructions can be found above) or visit the Math Lab during the open hours. The tutoring labs and their locations are listed below:

    Language Lab

    Math Lab

    Writing Center

  • Become a Tutor

    If you are interested in serving as a tutor, complete the Tutor Application and we will reach out to you if we have a position available. Contact us at css@ngu.edu with any questions.

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