Private Tutoring for Purdue Students
Student Academic Support can arrange free, private, one-on-one tutoring for Purdue University Calumet students as recommended by an academic advisor or by administrators of specific programs, such as:
- 21st Century Scholars
- Brother-2-Brother (SAAB)
- From Boots to Books
- McNair Achievement Program
- Office of Disability Resources
- Student Athletics
Students should contact the administrator(s) of the programs listed above, or their academic advisor who can subsequently contact the office of Student Academic Support or direct the student on how to request private tutoring. The office of Student Academic Support will be provided with the student’s contact information and the subject in which assistance is requested. The student will then be paired with a qualified tutor in that subject. Students can receive up to three hours of free one-on-one tutoring each week, on campus, as per an agreed upon schedule between the tutor and the student.
Private Tutoring for the Public (Non-Purdue Students)
Persons seeking tutoring who are not enrolled at Purdue University Calumet can search for tutors on the Tutor Matching Service website. This online resource lists tutors, the subjects they can tutor, the tutor’s availability, as well as rates. Purdue University Calumet is not paying tutors using this service. All communication, tutoring arrangements, and payment for services rendered will be made solely between the client and the tutor. We recommend reading:
- About the Tutor Matching Service
- Tutor Matching Service – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Tutor Matching Service 100% guarantee.
If you are interested in listing your tutoring services/subjects please visit the section for tutors on the Tutor Matching Service website to learn more. The Tutor Matching Service is a private business, therefore, it is the responsibility of each individual international student/tutor to ensure that he or she is in compliance with any restrictions regarding working and/or receiving payments.