Study group in Hixson-Lied
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is a centralized academic support service consisting of peer-facilitated learning experiences for undergraduates interested in requesting or becoming a tutor at Iowa State University.  We work with students to identify and mobilize resources that facilitate learning and promote success.

We are dedicated to providing quality small group tutoring, consisting of 2 to 5 students, for many undergraduate courses (see a list of current tutoring needs). All tutors and tutees are currently enrolled students at Iowa State. Each tutoring group is led by a qualified peer tutor. Groups meet at a consistent day and time twice a week during the academic year and three times per week during the summer.

See our Program Goals and Objectives here.


      Additional Support

      Students waiting for a tutor have many options:

      Individual academic departments and colleges may also offer tutoring opportunities and services.

      Contact Us

      If you have a question regarding Tutoring Services look over our Frequently Asked Questions. For all other inquiries, please call our office (515-294-6624), e-mail, or contact our staff directly.

      Name Title Email
      Rebecca Nation Program Coordinator, Tutoring Services
      Adriana GonzalezProgram Assistant, Tutoring
      Josh MatosGraduate Assistant, Tutoring
      Echo Zhao Graduate Assistant, Tutoring Services
      Keni Zenner Graduate Assistant, Tutoring Services
      Leah Weeks Secretary, Academic Success Center