Tutoring Services by Subject
The Director of Graduate Studies assists with Anthropology tutors. Contact the Departmental Secretary at 434-924-7044.
A current list of tutors can be found on the Department of Chemistry Web site. The list of tutors is updated each semester. All tutors must have a gpa of at least 2.7 and not have failed any chemistry courses.
A list of graduate students who to tutor undergraduate economics is available on the Department of Economics Web site.
The University of Virginia Writing Center tutors in several locations. The main Writing Center is in Bryan Hall, but tutors are also located in the John Paul Jones Arena, in the McCue Center, in Clemons Library, and in Thornton Hall.
The French Department staffs a tutoring service with regular hours of operation through the last week of classes.
The Math Tutoring Center offers tutoring sessions to all U.Va, students. Session times are available online.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information regarding tutoring services.
Tutoring referral is available through the Office of Admissions and Student Services 434-924-0141.
Students may come to Jesse Beams Laboratory, 382 McCormick Rd, Room 101, Phone 434-924-3781 for a list of graduate student tutors.
A list of student tutors is available on the Department of Spanish, Italian & Portuguese Web site.
A list of graduate students who are will to tutor can be found on the Department of Statistics Web site.
Other Tutoring Services
School of Architecture
Contact Ellen Cathey, Assoc. Dean for Students, 127 Campbell Hall, Phone: 434-982-4567 Email: email@example.com
The Arts & Sciences tutoring page provides links to learn more about what services are available.
Contact Barbara Dudley the SEAS Tutor Coordinator,Thornton Hall A126. Phone: 434-924-3310 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Information about tutoring services can be found on the McIntire School of Commerce Web site.
Please contact Dean Grimes, (434) 924-7923, for any questions you may have about the OAAA Tutorial Service.
Women, Gender & Sexuality Program
Although a formal tutoring service is not available, faculty and teaching assistants are always available during office hours or by appointment to assist students. For more information email email@example.com
Students should contact their instructors, teaching assistants or Academic Departments for information regarding possible review sessions or tutoring services since other tutoring services not listed on this Web site may be available.
Students who are concerned that their study skills may not be appropriate for college work or about their ability to manage time efficiently may contact Ms. Kathryn Densberger, (434) 924-8864, to discuss the possibility of enrolling in EDIS 2890: Strategies for Academic Achievement.
The Student Disability Access Center (SDAC) at U.Va. determines eligibility and provides academic accommodations and services for students with documented disabilities.
The Parents Committee allocates its annual funds to enhance academic and student life programs by supporting a variety of University and student organizations.