Tutoring Services for Faculty

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What the Tutoring Center Does

Our main goal is to help students to develop their own problem solving skills they can use in any situation.

  • We engage students in their education. Our tutors are experienced in asking questions that can prompt students to find solutions on their own.
  • We help students build tools to help them learn to fix their own mistakes and talk with writers about patterns of error.
  • We do not give answers or help with anything labeled quiz or test.

How to Make the Tutoring Center a Part of Your Class

If you would like to learn about ways tutors can support your students, we’d be happy to work with you! Tutors will be available in a variety of modalities, and we’ll still be providing 24/7 access to Tutor.com through Blackboard. Please contact your discipline-specific supervisor if you have questions. 

If you’d like to help us expand our team, we accept referrals of potential tutors at any time.

Classroom Visits

If you would like your class to utilize the services of the Writing Center, we suggest hosting a classroom presentation. One of our consultants or the Coordinator will visit your class and give a short presentation about the Tutoring and Writing Center. Your students are more likely to visit the Tutoring Center after seeing one of our presentations and being introduced to our services. Alternatively, show our intro videos to your class—they are available on this site in the sidebar.

To arrange a visit please email us at tutoring@cwi.edu 

Link to Us

Please include our website address and resources on your assignment sheet and in your Blackboard materials. Students can schedule an appointment online. 

Student-Proof your Assignments

We would be happy to give feedback for fine-tuning student assessments so they are interpreted the way you want.

Contact Us

Email: tutoring@cwi.edu