Tutoring Center

Tutoring Information for Spring 2022

In-Person and Online Learning Support


Use the link below to request any tutoring appointment

(Please see below for walk-in Math and Writing Center information)

(Virtual appointments available by request)

Tutoring Request Form


How You Can Receive Academic Support  

  • Math Center - Science Hall - Room 209 - MONDAY - FRIDAY 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

    • Support is available for most math courses on a walk-in basis. (For virtual/online services please submit a request form using the green button above.)
  • Writing Center - Administration Building - Room 300 - MONDAY - THURSDAY 9:00 am - 4:00 pm; FRIDAY 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

    • Support is available for most English classes and for papers from any discipline. (For virtual/online services please submit a request form using the green button above.)
  • Business Tutoring - Academic Success Center - Library 3rd Floor - MON/WED/FRI 10:00 am - 12:00 pm 
    • Walk-in for help with most business classes including CSCI 101, BUSN 100, BUSN 230, MRKT 201 and more
  • ASC Course-Based Tutoring Services Academic Success Center - Library 3rd Floor - APPOINTMENT ONLY

    • We have tutors available for most courses across campus. Submit a tutor request form for all tutoring needs not covered by the Math or Writing Centers. - You will be contacted by a tutor to arrange a time for in-person (ASC location) or online tutoring. Contact will be made based on information from your request form (phone and/or email).  
  • NetTutor - We currently partner with NetTutor to provide live, supplemental online tutoring. Access NetTutor through any Brightspace class by clicking on "Content" then select "NetTutor" in the left-hand menu and click on the NetTutor blue link that appears. This service is available 24/7 for subjects such as Basic Math, Algebra, Pre-Calculus and Calculus, Statistics, History,  English & Writing, and ESL. Other subjects are scheduled daily (usually during evening hours) and this schedule can be seen after accessing NetTutor and selecting your topic.  Please make sure to close out of the NetTutor session once you are done.

Any online tutoring with our GSU Peer Tutors will take place using Microsoft Teams located within each student's GSU Microsoft 365 account. The chat, call, and meeting features will be used for tutoring. Screen sharing in calls and meetings will be a good way to work with Cengage and Math Lab questions. This can be done within your internet browser, no downloading needed. However, there is an app available for your phone.

If you are not familiar with Microsoft Teams, click on the blue link below, "How to Use Microsoft Teams Overview". Also, once you are logged in to your Teams account, there is a help button in the bottom left-hand corner. Click there for short training videos.         

  How To Use Microsoft Teams Overview

For questions regarding tutoring contact:

Michele Lang
Academic Success Advisor/Tutoring Coordinator

Want to be a tutor next semester?

Tutors are students who have performed well in the subject area for which they wish to tutor. A recommendation from one faculty in their specific field is required. Tutors must also have an overall GPA of 3.0 or above. This is a paid student worker position. Students interested in becoming tutors may inquire with Michele Lang (see contact information above).