How to get tutoring help:

Decide if you need tutoring

  • Attend the first class to determine the demands of the course.
  • Your professor has the best advice regarding the course so speak with your him or her if you feel you will have trouble meeting these demands.
  • Your professor may suggest tutoring for additional support or you may decide for yourself that tutoring will make a difference in your ability to master the course material.

Arrange for Tutoring

  • Student subject specialists are available (by appointment) in the Learning Assistance Programs area on the second floor of the Lemieux Library & McGoldrick Learning Commons to help assess your needs for an ongoing tutor.*  
  • The subject specialist that you meet with will work with you to determine your ongoing needs and then you will be assigned to a tutor who will continue to work with you for the rest of the quarter.
  • *If you have received tutoring last quarter and are seeking tutoring for a sequential course, you may be eligible to complete a Tutoring Needs Self-Assessment without making an appointment. A self-assessment form may be completed under the following conditions: (1) during Winter and Spring quarters only, AND (2) you are requesting tutoring in a sequential course in a consecutive quarter, AND (3) you have had at least 3 tutoring sessions in the previous quarter and earned a B- or higher in the course. Use this link to request a self-assessment form: Tutoring Needs Self-Assessment Form Request.

Use Tutoring Effectively

  • In order to utilize your authorized tutoring time most effectively, we ask that you :
    • arrive prepared for your tutoring sessions, spending sufficient time studying outside of class;
    • bring specific questions to the tutoring sessions;
    • attend consistently. If you need to cancel or reschedule a session for a valid reason, please do so in advance with your  tutor  
  • If you have concerns about your tutoring please contact the tutoring coordinator, Merica Whitehall, at 206-296-5742 or at whitehall@seattleu.edu or call the front desk staff at 206-398-4450.
  • We value your opinion and make every effort to continually improve our services. As such, we ask tutees to be sure to take the opportunity to have your voice heard and complete an evaluation of your tutor at the end of each quarter. On-line evaluations will be sent to all students receiving tutoring.

Learning Assistance Programs  


WINTER 2014 QUARTER HOURS
Monday-Friday:
9:00am-5:00pm
 
Closed Weekends
We will be closed Mon. Jan. 20 for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
 
Additional appointment times available by request
 
Lemieux Library - 2nd floor   
(206) 398-4450

Looking for the Tutoring Waiting List? Click here! 
  

Resources:

Here's our Spring Quarter Calendar to help you organize for the entire quarter!

Get resources to help with: organization, study strategies, time management and more! 

Subject Resource Guides: Nursing Resources, Math Resources, Business Resources, Science Resources, Language Resources