Academic Center for Tutoring
The ACT is a free peer tutoring service to support enrolled students in understanding the fundamental theories and practices of math, science, writing, and the humanities. The primary tutoring focus is on core classes in these areas and on writing across the curriculum. Peer tutors create an inviting learning environment, model learning methods, allow student clients to practice learning skills, and nurture ongoing and emerging skills. The ACT offers both online and face-to-face appointments. To become tutors for the ACT, applicants must follow a rigorous and comprehensive recruitment and training program, which is described on the webpage Employment at the ACT. ACT peer tutors support students across levels and can help students develop fundamental skills as well as deepen and extend learning to higher levels of mastery.
To find our contact information, locations, hours of operation, tutoring subjects, and videos on how to make an appointment, please visit the ACT website.