Small Group Tutoring

During Summer, Tutoring is Online via Zoom

updated for second summer session

  • ACC 1050, 2100
  • CHE 1101, 1102
  • FIN 3010, 3680
  • LAW 2150
  • PHY 1104
  • SNH 2025

For assistance, call 828-262-2291 or email us at

Make an online tutoring appointment:

Log in to the TutorTrac Portal Below with your Appalnet credentials (regular username and password, or banner ID in place of password) and follow the instructions after log-in to begin the scheduling process for an online appointment. You may want to watch the brief instructional YouTube clip that will visually guide you through the process prior to clicking on the "Schedule a Tutor" link below.

How to use TutorTrac to Schedule a Tutoring Session

About Your Tutor

Your tutor has been approved by the academic department relative to your course and has either been trained in learning skills or has demonstrated proficiency in these areas. The University Tutorial Services places a high priority on hiring tutors with patience, strong communication skills, and a pleasant personality.

Your tutor will challenge you to do your best and will expect you to come to your sessions prepared, focused and directed. They are to serve as your guide as you work to understand the concepts and complete your assigned work. Tutors will not complete assignments for students and are free to terminate a session(s) if they feel you are placing inappropriate expectations on them. Tutors may ask you to consider making changes in your study habits and/or your behaviors related to classroom learning.

Learning Labs - Campus sites for tutoring that occurs in a group setting on a drop-in basis

If you are unsure about the need for a regular appointment and just want a setting to work on your assignments and ask questions as they arise, you may want to consider attending a Campus Learning Lab. These centers have posted hours and do not require you to commit to regular attendance. The University Writing Center recommends making an appointment but accepts walk-ins. Learn more about The University Writing Center, which is located in Rm. 204 of Belk Library.