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- Online Tutoring Help!
NetTutor provides online tutoring to MU students in most self-paced and many semester-based courses.
- Do you want to be a tutor?
Please fill out an application at Tutor Applications. Our tutoring coordinators will keep applications on file and will contact applicants if appropriate positions become available. Also, consider taking SSC 2150 (WI) to learn how to become an effective tutor. Instructor's consent is required to register for this course. Preference given to students with GPA of 3.5 & above and the ability to tutor multiple subjects. Please email Dr. Phil Deming for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Prepare For Tutoring
How to prepare for tutoring sessions. How to make the most of your tutoring sessions.
- Help Sessions
You can review, ask questions, discuss problems, and prepare for exams with tutors who will understand not only the course material but your questions and concerns. See links on left for courses.
- Math Exam Review Sheets
Review sheets will be available here before exam reviews in Math 0110, 1100, 1300, and 1400.
- Learning Strategies
Using Exams to Improve Exam Results: How can you make the most of taking exams?
- Writing Center and the Online Writery
Click here for the Writing Center and the Online Writery.
For the Writing Center, tutors will meet with you to brainstorm paper topics, organize and focus a draft, develop research skills, and help you analyze and improve your writing process.
Visit the Online Writery 24/7 to submit papers online and receive feedback via your campus email, usually within 24 hours.
- Student Support Services Program
You may qualify to participate in our TRiO CATS SSS, one of the TRiO programs sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. Contact the Learning Center for more information.