These resources are provided as information only. DRES does not specifically endorse any tutoring source listed below.
- Subject Specific Tutoring
- Location/Organization Specific Tutoring
- Other Sources of Help
- Psi Chi Undergraduate Psychology Association provides help in psychology classes or general study skills. Email Psi Chi to request a tutor.
- The Center for Academic Resources in Engineering (CARE) is the most comprehensive tutoring support source for students in engineering. They help to cover virtually all 100-200 level undergraduate courses that engineers take, and sometimes can help to arrange tutoring support for upper level courses as well.
- Check out Tau Beta Pi (Illinois Alpha Engineering Honor Society) for tutors for some chemistry, math and computer science courses as well as engineering courses.
- Eta Kappa Nu is the Honor Society for Electrical and Computing Engineering (for ECE and some core engineering courses).
- Student Resources provides a variety of tutoring resources listed under "General Study Skills Assistance," including individual and group tutoring for MCB as well as tutoring resources for chemistry, math and physics courses.
- Tutoring services lists a variety of tutoring options including walk-in tutoring, scheduled tutoring hours with AXE Chemistry Fraternity members, and tutors for hire.
- American Chemical Society Student Affiliates offers free group tutoring and $10/semester for individual tutoring in all general and organic chemistry courses and many upper level courses. Email ACSSA to request tutoring.
- Tutors - Physics Department - University of Illinois (pdf) lists tutors’ names and contact info as well as the hourly rate they charge for their tutoring services. Please call the department at (217) 333-4361 for more information.
- Tutoring services lists the various options for tutors, both sponsored by the Math Department (free) and private sources (fee charged). Walk-in hours for tutoring at various locations on campus. Department phone: (217) 333-3350
- You can email the Economics Club to request a tutor.
- Economics Department keeps a list of graduate students, who are interested in tutoring students, in Room 225 of DKH (David Kinley Hall). These students tutor for a fee. Department phone: (217) 333-2682
- The Writer's Workshop is a free campus service that provides writing assistance to students from all disciplines and at all stages of the writing process. Whether you're working on a course paper, personal statement, group writing project, speech, thesis, internship or application materials, or job-related documents, our consultants are here to help. The workshop offers both face-to-face and online appointments and has drop-in sessions available Sunday through Thursday evenings in 251 UGL.
Schedule an appointment or contact Dr. Carolyn Wisniewski, Director of the Writers Workshop, at (217)-333-8796 to discuss any accommodations you might need for your appointment.
If you cannot find a tutor to meet your needs using the resources above, schedule a meeting with either your professor or TA. They may be able to help you directly or assist you in finding someone who you can meet with on a regular basis.
Your academic advisor may know of resources in individual departments to assist you.
Contact your Resource Facilitator (case manager) to determine if he or she may know of another student who would be willing to tutor you. Sometimes students who are receiving DRES services are interested in tutoring other students in their strong areas as a way of giving back to DRES for what they have received.
There are excellent video tutorials on a broad range of topics (e.g., math, physics, statistics, chemistry, history, finance) available at www.khanacademy.org. For more information about the Khan Academy, click here.