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The Tutoring Center offers free one-on-one and group tutoring for most knowledge-based content courses.

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Get a tutor to boost your academic performance. Tutors in almost every class can answer your questions and guide you through challenging concepts, helping you excel in your studies. Gain a deeper understanding by requesting a tutor today.

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Tutoring Center Resources

October 31, 2023 12:55 PM
The Tutoring Center has created and compiled content specific video tutorials for the most tutored courses on campus. The tutorials are primarily created by tutors and vetted by other tutors or campus faculty members.
The Tutoring Center has created practice quizzes for many highly tutored courses on campus. This project is a work in progress, and more quizzes are being created each semester.
Along with the Tutoring Center, the Academic Success and Tutoring Department offers eight learning centers that can help students improve their math, writing, reading, study, and speaking skills.
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Become a Tutor for the Tutoring Center

Interested in being a tutor? Build other students by helping them succeed in their classes at BYU-Idaho.

Tutoring Center Requirements

  • Received an A or A- in the course
  • Must have a GPA of 3.2 or higher
  • Commit to work at least 10 hours each week
  • Successfully complete the Tutor Qualification Course or be CRLA or NTA certified

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Tutor Qualification Course

The Tutor Qualification Course provides minimum prerequisite skills and knowledge for successful tutoring. The course is open to all BYU-Idaho students seeking employment or service to others. A student who already holds a CRLA or NTA certification is considered fully qualified.

Tutor Qualification Course

For Faculty

Faculty members looking to refer students as Tutors for their courses should follow these guidelines and email Trevin Ricks for a quick recommendation.
Ensure a potential tutor has a 3.2 overall GPA or better (exceptions may be granted if all other avenues have been explored).
Ensure the potential tutor received an A- or better in the course you'd like them to tutor (exceptions may be granted if all other avenues have been explored).
Encourage the potential tutor to complete the Tutor Qualification Course.
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