Several on campus and online tutoring options are available to help you find academic success and make the most of your time at Minnesota State University Moorhead.
Tutors are assigned on a first come first served basis and are also based on your availability and the availability of the tutor. If you have limited hours available for tutoring it may be difficult to match you with a tutoring group. You must submit a form for each course you would like a tutor.
Complete the tutor request form
Tutoring groups are formed at the beginning of the semester. If you think you might benefit from tutoring we suggest you sign up early. You can sign up as soon as you register for the class or anytime throughout the semester. As we near the end of the semester tutoring spots may be limited.
The Academic Assistant Program provides tutoring for a variety of courses. Subjects include but are not limited to: Accounting, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Math, Paralegal, Psychology, and various others depending on semester and demand. Check with the Academic Support Center when you complete the tutor request form. If we do not have a tutor for the course you request we will notify you.
Tutors are assigned on a first come first served basis and are also based on your availability and the availability of the tutor. If you have limited hours available for tutoring it may be difficult to match you with a tutoring group.
You will be notified by email when you are assigned to a tutor. You will receive the time and location of the tutor session, and tutor's name and email. If you have not received an email with your tutoring assignment within four business days of the start of the semester or from when you signed up if it is after the semester has started then please contact the Academic Support Center and we will check on the progress of your request.
If you cannot make a tutoring session contact your tutor prior to the start of your session. If you miss three tutoring sessions without notification you will be dropped from tutoring and your spot will be given to another student.
Please notify your tutor or Laura Kiemele if you no longer need tutoring services.
The math departments offers walk in tutoring for math courses through two different math labs. See the Math Tutoring website for times and locations.
PHYS 161:Monday: 3 - 4:30 pm in Hagen 323Tuesday: 5 - 6:30 pm, Hagen 323
PHYS 201:Monday and Thursday: 6 - 7 pm, Hagen 317
Drop-in tutoring for ACCT 230 & 231 will be offered in Flora Frick 154R-2:
Monday: 3 - 4 & 5 - 7 p.m.
Tuesday: Noon - 1 p.m.
Wednesday: 3 - 4 & 5 - 7 p.m.
Thursday: Noon - 1 p.m.
Drop-in tutoring for PARA 251 is available in the Library on the 2nd Floor during the following times:
Drop-in tutoring for PARA 470 is available in the Library in room 121 during the following times:
The University Writing Support Center (UWSC) is located on MSUM's campus in Lommen Hall. The Center offers 50 minute appointments with a trained writing tutor so that students may receive constructive feedback on any paper they wish to improve. To learn more about UWSC or to schedule a tutor time.
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The Academic Assistant Program provides tutoring for those attending courses at MSUM. The goal is to provide tutoring for as many requests as possible based on tutor availability, and to provide a continuous learning environment in which you agree to meet with your tutor twice a week in groups of up to three students.
Students who provide tutoring through the Academic Assistant Program are recommended by their academic departments and receive 10 hours of training that has received International Tutor Certification through the College Reading and Learning Association.