Math, Writing and Subject Tutoring
End of Fall Semester Tutoring Update
The last day for Subject and ASPT tutoring is Friday, December 14. Math and Writing Tutoring will end Wednesday, December 19 at 5pm.
Academic Success in The Center for Academic Success and Advising coordinates various free tutoring and support services to current undergraduate and graduate students.
Tutoring Hours(Fall and Spring semesters):
Professional Math and Writing Tutoring
CASA Math and Writing tutors are available all hours CASA is open. Math tutoring operates on a walk-in basis, meaning no appointment is necessary. Math tutors often work with several students at the same time for different math courses, so one-on-one tutoring may not be available. Students wishing to work with a math tutor should come prepared with specific questions from lecture or homework.
CASA Writing tutors work one-on-one with students by appointment and can assist with papers from any discipline. Students are expected to come prepared for a writing appointment with a copy of the assignment, the written paper, and any research, books, or outside components utilized for the assignment. All writing tutoring sessions are 30 minutes; students are limited to one 30-minute session per day.
Subject tutors are students of junior or senior standing who are recommended by faculty to be tutors. Subject tutors are available 4-10 hours a week for many areas including: accounting, biology, chemistry, Chinese, computer science, earth science and physics, food and nutrition, business and economics, geography, history, logic, Portuguese, philosophy, research methods/SPSS for sociology and psychology, Spanish.
CASA works with Academic Departments to secure tutors based on need. Students looking to request a tutor for an area not currently supported should contact Ally Chisholm (email@example.com) or LaDonna Bridges (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Framingham State offers access to online tutoring through a dynamic and collaborative eTutoring platform. Through eTutoring, students are able to upload a paper for feedback, send a question for written response, or chat live with a tutor. eTutoring offers support for writing, mathematics (including algebra, calculus and statistics), accounting, research methods and information literacy, anatomy and physiology, biology, physics, and nursing.
To access eTutoring:
- Visit www.etutoring.org
- Click "Log in Now"
- Select Northeast Tutoring Consortium
- Select Framingham State University
- Create a new student account. It is recommended that you use your Blackboard/myFramingham username and password for consistency.
- Follow prompts
Tutoring is an outstanding way for students to become involved in the Framingham State community. Any student interested in becoming a subject tutor or an Academic Strategy Peer Tutor (ASPT) should fill out the tutoring application. Excellent academic standing, a faculty recommendation, and an interview are required.
For questions about any of the above tutoring services, please contact:
Ally Chisholm, Academic Success Coordinator
LaDonna Bridges, Associate Dean of Academic Success