Welcome to the Fall 2022 semester! Drury offers free tutoring for day school undergraduate students.
Drury Tutoring begins the third week of the semester. Stay tuned for more information!
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Tutoring at Drury is part of the campus culture of service and interdependence; it is a commitment students make to one another. At Drury, students have strengths in different areas and support one another to reach their full academic, career, and life potential. Students who tutor in one discipline may be tutored in another. In this way, tutoring at Drury mirrors the post-graduate environment in which every graduate will flourish in some aspects of office, field, lab, or graduate work and also need support and guidance from supervisors, co-workers, and mentors to thrive in and contribute fully to their workplaces and communities.
Students who have questions about course concepts should meet with their instructors to review their questions and the material first. Our tutors support students as they revise papers, tackle problem sets, and review their approach to course assignments. To connect with a tutor visit our new Discord website where you can speak with a tutor and share documents.
The Faculty Coordinator for Tutoring is Dr. Charlyn Ingwerson, Instructor of English. Dr. Ingwerson works with departmental faculty to create productive learning environments for participants and tutors. Questions about tutoring at Drury can be directed to Dr. Ingwerson at email@example.com.
All tutoring session will be in-person; some tutors also offer Discord or zoom options
Jack Corp, firstname.lastname@example.org, MW 12-2 p.m., Writing Center, and by appt; Discord or zoom options
Sunday: 3—6pm (Ashley Gilland)