The Greater University Tutoring Service (GUTS) is accepting new tutors and tutees in all programs for Fall 2020! All programs are offered in a fully online format.
Here is some information about each GUTS program:
Drop-In Tutoring Program (DI):
Drop-In (DI) tutoring is a great way to get quick help for a wide range of course areas. Volunteer tutors hold scheduled hours each week through Blackboard Collaborate. The best part is there’s no commitment for tutees; you simply come to a session whenever you need assistance! An up-to-date schedule of tutors and links to their sessions may be found at https://guts.wisc.edu/di/tutee/.
Academic Match Program (AM):
Through Academic Match, one volunteer tutor and up to six tutees meet for two hours each week throughout the semester. We create tutoring groups for subjects such as Math, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Statistics, and more! AM groups are created throughout the semester as tutors become available. For more information, go to https://guts.wisc.edu/am/.
Conversational English Program (CE):
Matches students fluent in English with a small group of students interested in growing their conversational English skills. This program is ideal for those with a passion for learning about language, culture, and international issues from a peer. For more information, go to: https://guts.wisc.edu/ce/tutor/.
Foreign Language Learner Program (FLL):
Matches students interested in learning a foreign language with a fluent speaker of that language. This service is best for students who have a grasp of the language but would like to have more personal and dynamic practice. For more information, go to: https://guts.wisc.edu/fll/tutor/.
Language Exchange Program (LE):
Matches students interested in teaching English and learning a foreign language with students interested in teaching that foreign language and learning more English. Language Exchange is a great opportunity for students to learn about another language and culture while also teaching others about their language and culture. For more information, go to: https://guts.wisc.edu/le/.
Conversational English Eagle Heights Program (CEEH):
Matches tutors with elementary students. Tutors have the opportunity to create lesson plans and work weekly with students who are improving their English skills. For more information, go to: https://guts.wisc.edu/ceeh/.
Study Skills Program (SS):
Offers one-on-one appointments with a peer Study Skills Coordinator. Appointments last one hour, with the option to set up more appointments later. During the appointment, a coordinator will go over study tips in any area of your choosing. Popular areas include time management, reading strategies, note-taking, exam preparation, procrastination, focus, etc. Go to https://guts.wisc.edu/study/ss/ to request an appointment.
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