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The Center for Student Success (CSS) offers free tutoring services designed to encourage and equip students to be successful in their courses. Students can sign up for individual tutoring sessions or visit tutoring labs.

Peer tutors are NGU students that have been carefully selected based on the recommendation of faculty members. Tutors are trained to assist students with:

  • Increasing understanding in a particular subject
  • Reviewing text or lecture material
  • Understanding assignments
  • Preparing for a test
  • General study skills, organization, time management, note-taking, and test-taking strategies

CSS is now offering individual tutoring - ONLINE! We are pleased to introduce you to the NGU Virtual Tutoring Service.

  • Make an appointment for a virtual tutoring session through Schedulicityvirtu
  • All virtual tutoring will take place via the Microsoft Teams application
  • You can download the app on your iPhone, Android, computer, or use the web browser
  • You will login using your NGU credentials
  • Your tutor will call you through Teams at your designated time

Please review the guide from the Office of Information Technology Services for a step-by-step guide to using Microsoft Teams. Please email css@ngu.edu if you have any questions as you navigate this resource.

Individual tutoring sessions are one-on-one in-person or virtual tutoring opportunities that require an appointment. In accordance with the University’s COVID-19 safety precautions, masks will be required for all in-person tutoring appointments.

Schedule a session

 

Students may schedule in-person or virtual appointments with a peer tutor for individual help by visiting our appointment site, Schedulicity, and following the steps below:

  1. Visit Schedulicity
  2. Find the course/subject for which you would like tutoring (you will select the in-person or virtual option here)
  3. Click the blue “Add to Visit” box
  4. Choose a tutor
  5. Choose a day and time the tutor is available
  6. Confirm and create your account
  7. Once you have completed the appointment request, the tutor will be notified of your request and will reach out to you to confirm the location of your meeting

If you do not see your course subject listed, send a request for a tutor to Brynna Bower via email at css@ngu.edu. There may not be a virtual tutoring option for every course; if you prefer virtual tutoring where one is not offered, contact Brynna to make a request. 

 

Tutoring labs offer walk-in sessions but appointments are strongly encouraged to secure your tutor’s availability. Students will be able to meet with peer tutors in a group setting at specific times every week. You will find lab tutors’ availability on Schedulicity under the appropriate lab. Tutoring labs and locations below:

    Due to the COVID-19 safety precautions, labs will operate at limited capacity to ensure social distancing measures can be maintained. In order to guarantee your preferred tutoring time, please make an appointment. Masks will be required at all times in the lab.

      Peer tutors are required to maintain a 3.0 GPA, earning an A or higher in the courses they desire to tutor, as well as obtain a faculty recommendation. If you are interested in serving as a tutor, please complete the Tutor Information Form Below or contact Brynna Bower at css@ngu.edu

      Current tutors may find helpful resources for upcoming training, payroll information, and tutor meeting preparation on this page.

       

      Want to be a tutor? Sign the tutor agreement.

      Students can expect the same quality tutoring opportunities throughout the fall semester as have been offered in the past. In-person one-on-one tutoring is available by appointment via Schedulicity. Additionally, virtual tutoring via Microsoft Teams is available for most subjects. The Writing Center, Math Lab, and Language Lab will be open and appointments are strongly encouraged. We are also offering tutoring sessions for Blackboard and Student Portal proficiency, as well as academic success (i.e. time management, study skills, note-taking).

      • Both tutors and tutees will be required to wear a mask/face covering during in-person one-on-one or lab tutoring sessions.
        Students should meet in large common spaces where physical distancing can be maintained
      • Labs will open at limited capacities to ensure social distancing measures can be maintained.
      • Labs and study rooms will be cleaned and sanitized daily.