• Fall 2021 COVID-19 Notice

    In Fall 2021, Tutoring Services will offer in-person and online tutoring. All tutors and students attending tutoring must follow Hamline's COVID-19 protocols, including wearing a mask.

    Tutoring Services

    Tutoring Services offers free peer tutoring in accounting, chemistry, math, and many other subjects. We welcome all Hamline undergraduate students—whether they feel underprepared for a course or want to build on the success they are already having—to join us for drop-in group tutoring or appointment-based one-on-one tutoring.

    Online Drop-in Tutoring

    Online drop-in tutoring is offered through Google Meet. Click the button below to access our tutoring calendar. Click the subject you want help with, and then click the blue "Join with Google Meet" button to enter the small group tutoring session.

    Online Drop-in Tutoring Schedule

    In-Person Drop-in Tutoring

    In-person drop-in tutoring is available on the lower level of Bush Memorial Library, near BML 10. Please bring your Hamline ID card. Click the button below to access our current schedule.

    In-Person Drop-in Tutoring Schedule

    Online and In-Person Tutoring Appointments

    If you would like to make a one-on-one tutoring appointment, use the button below to see our list of available tutors. Email whomever you want to work with. Ensure the subject line is clear, such as "Looking for a chemistry tutor" or "Econ tutoring on Monday nights." Please allow tutors up to 48 hours to respond to your request. You are welcome to set up recurring appointments or meet only when you need a tutor. Please bring your Hamline ID card to in-person meetings.

    Make a One-on-One Appointment

    Tutors

    Tutors are Hamline students who have been recommended by faculty for their knowledge of the subject. They participate in regular training activities to learn how to provide well-informed, efficient tutoring. Their goal is to share with you the methods that have helped them succeed academically: careful reading, thorough note-taking, disciplined attention in lectures, and many subject-specific skills.

    How to Get the Most out of Tutoring

    • Use your tutor as just one of your academic resources.
    • While extremely helpful, your tutor cannot replace insights a professor can provide during office hours, the benefits of the Writing and Communication Center and CASA’s other academic resources, or your own hard work.
    • Be aware that tutoring does not work as a "quick fix."
    • Come early in the term and work regularly with your tutor.
    • Come prepared. Bring your textbook, assignment sheets, class notes, and returned quizzes and exams. Have the reading done and get as far as you can on your own. Prepare questions in advance for your tutor.
    • Be respectful of your tutor's time. Be on time for appointments, and cancel or change appointments well in advance.

    Questions or Concerns

    If you have questions or concerns, please reach out to Rob Cannella at rcannella01@hamline.edu.