There are a myriad of online tutoring platforms available including GoBoard, Ellucian, SmartThinking, Tutor.com and ThinkingStorm. Each service has a variety of tools and can be delivered individually or within a group setting. The tutoring products can provide student tracking and records used by many learning support service areas. The personalized attention and convenience of online tutoring is advantageous for students who are seeking additional assistance.
College of DuPage has peer tutoring available online or in person. Tutoring information is on our College of DuPage website at http://www.cod.edu:
Who is eligible for Tutoring?
Students must be currently enrolled in the developmental or college-level credit course for which they are requesting a tutor. Services are provided during the academic term for which students are enrolled. They must download a Tutoring Services Request Form and send it to email@example.com or submit it at the Tutoring Services Desk, located in the Learning Commons, SRC 2102. A drop box is available for submission after regular business hours.
Who are peer tutors?
Peer tutors are students who:
- are enrolled at COD during the term they tutor.
- have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 and above.
- hold master proficiency in the subject they tutor.
- successfully completed tutor training.
When is tutoring available?
Dates and times depend on student needs and tutor availability. Call (630) 942-3686 for more information.
Where will tutoring be held?
Tutoring is primarily conducted on campus in Glen Ellyn. Drop-in Math via Skype is available at off-campus locations.
How do tutors accommodate students with disabilities?
Every effort is made to secure free professional tutoring for students with disabilities who require specialized assistance and have documentation of the disability on file in Center for Access and Accommodations.