University Academic Support Programs is now offering tutoring support to ASU's Universal Learners.
For a limited time, tutoring is being offered at an introductory rate of $25.00 per semester for Universal Learner Courses. Students who are participating in ULC Courses through a Corporate Partnership (Starbucks, Uber, etc.) will have their tutoring fees covered for the summer.
Tutors will interact with you using Zoom to help you understand the concepts, but cannot provide support for any quizzes, tests, exams or take-home essay exams. All tutoring sessions are live and interactive and require you to be actively engaged.
Summer 2021 tutoring is available Monday - Friday 11am- 5pm, Arizona time.
Use Tutor Search to find the details of when tutoring is available for specific courses. Please note that the Tutor Search tool displays results for all tutoring services available to ASU students. Your subscription only grants you access to services offered by The Tutoring Center (subject area tutoring) and The Writing Center which is listed under the "TutoringType" heading. ASU tutoring services are only available to you for the Universal Learner courses you are enrolled in that are offered by ASU. This service doesn’t extend to any course that you may be taking outside of ASU or to any family members or friends.
For writing tutoring, you will work one-on-one with a tutor. Appointments are highly encouraged for all writing tutoring.
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How does it work?
- First time users will need to complete the form below. Learners accessing ULC courses through a corporate partnership will not be required to enter payment information.
- Once you complete the form, be sure to schedule a tutoring appointment for the subject you need.
- Make sure to download the Zoom application to your computer and ensure it is working.
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During your first visit, you will be asked to verify NelNet payment confirmation to access the services. Note, this does not apply to learners accessing ULC courses through a corporate partnership.