Helping students develop competence in their academic subjects is the primary focus of the tutoring services provided by the Center.
Tutoring assistance is provided in a variety of ways to meet the needs of our students. Whether it's subject-specific, online, in-person, free or with a tutor for hire, we have what you need.
Many departments offer tutoring for their subjects. You can find those resources in our Tutoring Diretory.
As a service to USU students in online classes, USU Academic and Instructional Services provides free online tutoring available to USU students through the Western eTutoring Consortium. Subjects in which students can receive online tutoring include: Accounting, Anatomy & Physiology, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Economics, Engineering (Circuits & Digital Systems only), Math, Physics, Spanish, Statistics, Web Development and Writing.
Statewide Campuses Tutoring
Statewide Campuses students can receive face-to-face or online tutoring.
Tutor Matching Service
The USU Tutor Matching Service, is a web-based service that allows students to find tutors for hire and/or list themselves as tutors. You can search by course for a tutor that is right for you.
For specific instructions, visit the USU Tutor Matching Service Overview page.
Tutors listed here are private tutors, and are not endorsed by USU, but their academic records have been reviewed by USU staff to ensure they have studied and successfully passed the content they are tutoring.
Aggie Math Learning Center
Free drop–in tutoring during Learning Center hours.
The Aggie Math Learning Center is located in the Animal Science Building.
Online Math Self Study
Excellent math tutorial videos are available online at KhanAcademy, covering topics from pre-algebra through linear algebra. Each 10-minute video covers a specific topic with clear explanations of concepts and example problems worked step-by-step.
Educational Opportunities Tutoring Program (Ed Ops)
The Educational Opportunities Program allows free tutoring in high demand classes for students who meet the grant criteria. Eligible students generally include those receiving a Pell Grant, first-generation college students, non-traditional students, returning students, veterans, and many others.