Explore the tutoring centers available at Ursuline to help students succeed
Professional tutors and well-trained and faculty-recommended peer tutors offer free tutoring. Students can schedule appointments one week at a time when they need it rather than committing to a semester-long tutoring session.
Subjects include accounting, biology, business, chemistry, computers, English, logic, math, music, nursing, psychology, physics, college writing, study skills, and more.
While tutoring focuses on helping students understand general course content, ACSS promotes active engagement and participation among students. By working together in a group setting, students can ask questions, share their insights, and collaborate on problem-solving. This active involvement enhances their understanding of the subject and fosters critical thinking skills.
Group tutoring provides a supportive and encouraging environment for students. They can learn from their peers, exchange ideas, and receive feedback from multiple perspectives.
Students engage in collaborative sessions with writing academic coaches to enhance their capacity to effectively express their thoughts through written communication across various subjects and writing styles. Instead of simply submitting their papers for proofreading, students actively participate in refining their writing skills and gaining insights from their errors, working alongside the writing academic coaches.
The Academic Literacy Specialist can help you better understand what you read and so much more. Our specialist will:
Schedule with the Literacy Specialist or email Lorie.Lubman@ursuline.edu for help with reading and understanding textbooks, scholarly articles, and more.
eTutoring is a collaborative effort between Ohio’s two- and four-year institutions, allowing undergraduate students to interact with trained tutors in numerous academic areas. eTutoring provides academic support for traditional classes, online courses, and distance-learning students. Services are available beyond the typically on-campus Academic Support Department’s hours and for students who cannot make it to campus.
Drop-in tutoring is available in the following subjects:
Students can choose two options for online academic support:
The College Reading & Learning Association’s (CRLA) International Tutor Training Program Certification (ITTPC) has certified the HCC face-to-face Tutoring Program as a Level 1 Certified Tutor provider. CRLA granted certification for the HCC Tutor programs at the Southeast, Southwest, Central, Coleman, Northeast & Northwest campuses to issue certificates to tutors who meet their requirements. Since 1989, over 1,000 college tutor training programs around the globe have received ITTPC at one or more levels.
Ursuline College has a Level 1 CRLA Certification through The College Reading & Learning Association’s (CRLA) International Tutor Training Program.
1. Academic Coaching Study Sessions (ACSS) are open to all registered students for that specific course. Registered students can go to the sessions, no email is required.
2. For 1 on 1 Academic Coaching an email is required. Request academic support to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be paired with a peer/professional academic coach and through mutual availability you will schedule your session time.
3. Help with writing papers can be requested through the Writing Center. While we encourage students to make appointments, we accept walk-ins if a tutor is available. However, it is recommended to schedule in advance to secure a tutoring slot. Schedule time in the Writing Center
Summary of Position: Work individually or in small groups modeling appropriate study behavior and assisting students in areas of difficulty.
Minimum of 3.0 GPA to become an Peer Academic Coach
Received a grade of A or B in the Ursuline courses to be tutored
Ability to communicate effectively.
Find more information on becoming a peer academic coach by sending an email to email@example.com.
Fill out your Academic Coach application
A: The tutoring department helps in a wide range of subjects, including but not limited to mathematics, English, biology, chemistry, and nursing.
A: You can schedule a tutoring session by visiting our online scheduling system or by contacting the tutoring department directly.
A: Yes, tutoring sessions are free of charge for currently enrolled students.
A: Absolutely! You can receive tutoring help for multiple subjects based on availability and scheduling.
A: Tutoring sessions typically last for one hour, but the duration can be adjusted based on the student's needs and availability.
A: Students are able to drop in for Academic Coaching Study Sessions. However, 1 on 1 sessions are arranged through the mutual availability of the coach and student.
A: You can request a specific tutor based on their availability and expertise.
A: Tutoring sessions can be one-on-one or in small groups, depending on the preference and availability of the student.
A: We strive to assist with specialized courses or programs whenever possible. Please contact the tutoring department with specific details, and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.
A: Absolutely! Our tutors can assist with exam preparation, including reviewing material, practicing sample questions, and offering study strategies.