Individual Tutoring

Tutoring (study hall and individual) is not offered during Winter Recess and will resume on Monday, January 7th. The schedule will be posted before the new year.

We are now accepting applications for spring semester tutors. Please apply if interested.


Sign up for Individual Tutoring!

  • Click on the link above and log in with your NetID and password. Click the "Search Availability" button to the left, and in the drop-down that appears, select "Individual Tutoring". A drop-down will appear allowing you to choose the class you would like to search for, and a slider can be adjusted so that your search only returns results within a particular time frame. Pick the slot you prefer, keeping in mind the information below. We hope to see you soon!
  • Appointments for the following week become available when the schedule is posted by Thursday evening. Please sign up for no more than 1 hour per class per night. 
  • Individual tutoring is available on Sunday afternoons from 1:30 until 4:30 p.m.; and on Sunday through Wednesday evenings from 7:30 until 10:30 p.m.
  • Check-in at the desk in the study area on the 3rd floor of the Frist Campus Center (located outside the front of the McGraw Center, 328 Frist)

 


Courses supported:

CHM 201
CHM 301
ECO 100
ECO 101
MAT 103
MAT 104
MAT 175
MAT 201
MAT 202
MOL 214 / EEB 214 / CBE 214
ORF 245 / EGR 245
PHY 101
PHY 103
POL 345 / SOC 305
R Programming

Individual tutoring windows are Sunday 1:30-3:30 pm and 7:30-10:30 pm Sunday through Wednesday.

Timing and exact course availability may vary. Each week’s schedule will be posted by the Thursday evening before.


    Free one-on-one peer tutoring* is available for many Princeton courses--most commonly for introductory courses in the natural sciences, math, economics, and foreign languages**. Individual tutoring may be especially helpful if you feel like you need help with specific parts of a course, or if your previous experience did not include preparation in an essential topic that you need for a class. The aim of tutoring is to help students develop the skills and strategies they need to independently and successfully engage in the course.

    If there is no appointment available, please check the calendar again after 3 pm the day of the appointment as a spot may have opened up.  You can also attend McGraw Center's Group Study Hall. Open appointments are also sent out to college listserves if time permits.

    Individual Peer Tutoring is a limited resource, and it should not be thought of as the sole means of support in any course. We highly recommend that you attend your instructor’s office hours and the McGraw Center Group Study Hall as well as Learning Consultations for specific courses--and don't forget Principedia.  


    view of the exterior of the McGraw Center


    * Academic Regulations

    Please note that students may work only with tutors in the Princeton undergraduate tutoring program and with Fellows in the Writing Center. Students are in violation of University regulations if they engage the services of private tutors (see 2.4.5 Tutoring in Rights, Rules, Responsibilities of Students).

    ** Individual Tutoring in Courses not supported at the McGraw Center

    Tutoring in language courses, as well as in some introductory STEM and computational courses not supported by McGraw Study Halls or Individual Tutoring, may be available through the peer tutoring program in the residential colleges.  To find out more about this resource, contact your residential college Director of Studies.  Follow the instructions in the scheduler to sign up for a one-to-one learning consultation in the McGraw Center to develop an effective approach to learning in any course, including courses for which there is no tutoring on campus.


    Contact us

    If you cannot find an appointment for a McGraw Tutoring supported course (offered during the semester by Study Hall or Individual), and feel that you definitely need an appointment, please contact McGraw’s Assistant Director, Colleen Richardson, with your name and the course you need help with and she will try to find an available tutor. Since our tutors are students too, there is no guarantee that a tutor will be available.