A Tutor is someone who gives individualized instruction and is knowledgeable or accredited in a particular field of study. While Concordia does not arrange tutors for students, we hope the information here will help you succeed in finding one.
Check here for a complete list of Concordia tutors: Tutor Registry – June 2017. Or, pick up a copy of the Tutor Registry at Student Life & Learning, HA 114, Peter Schiemann Center, Hole Academic Building.
There are several things to keep in mind when looking for a tutor:
- Hiring a tutor is like hiring any other service provider; it’s your time and your money. Ask questions about the person’s, credentials, hourly rate and where tutoring sessions would be held. ALWAYS try to meet your tutor in a neutral location.
- Talk to your professor. They may be able to recommend senior or graduate students they feel would make excellent tutors.
- Write a personal ad to post around campus. (Be sure to have it approved by the Student Life & Learning before you post it!)
- Have you found a great tutor who is not listed in our Registry? Let us know and we’ll contact them about being included for the benefit of other students.
Would you like to be a tutor? Apply here: Student Tutor Application
OTHER TUTOR REGISTRIES
www.tutordoctor.com (up to 2nd year university English and Math)
Disclaimer: Tutors posted on these websites are not contacted or approved in any way by Concordia University of Edmonton. Concordia is not responsible for any issues which may arise as a result of tutor/tutee interaction.