Tutoring Resources for KU Students
Below you will find a variety of offices and resources designed to support and enhance your academic success at the University of Kansas.
Academic Achievement and Access Center Tutoring Services
Peer-led small group tutoring
Groups meet twice weekly for 1.5 hours each session
Cost: $75/per course, fee waivers available
Academic Achievement and Access Center Supplemental Instruction
Weekly peer facilitated study sessions for students to review course material outside of the classroom. It is a chance for students to meet others in the class, compare notes, discuss important concepts, and review material in order to enhance class performance.
TRIO SES and STEM
TRIO provides comprehensive, personalized support services to eligible students, helping them achieve academic success and graduate with a bachelor’s degree. We also support students at they prepare for graduate school and for success in a global environment.
Individual peer tutoring in up to two courses per semester.
Must be registered with TRIO.
The Hawk Link program provides support for you as a new Jayhawk while you navigate your first two years at the University of Kansas. The program is intentionally crafted to support you as students of color, queer students, and undocumented students.
Limited free tutoring for Hawk Link Participants
PLUS: Peer Led Undergraduate Supplements
Peer led supplemental discussion sessions are coupled with interactive exercises that reinforce lecture materials in a small group setting. These sessions are specifically designed to bridge gaps between teaching and learning. PLUS is open to all students enrolled in the course, and those who regularly attend this free academic support activity perform better than the class average. Please come to any discussion section that fits your schedule.
Courses Served BIOL 152, CHEM 130, 135, 330, 335
McNair Scholars Program
The McNair Scholars Program assists low-income, first-generation college-going and underrepresented minority undergraduates prepare for doctoral study. Students who participate in this program are provided with paid research opportunities, faculty mentors, a GRE preparation course and tutoring.
Eligibility: Low income, first generation students.
KU Writing Center
Writers need feedback, sounding boards, and other people to coach and guide them while they compose. That's where the KU Writing Center comes in. It's a place for productive talk about writing and speaking, with trained peer consultants to help you brainstorm, draft or edit your writing or speech.
Kansas Algebra Program (KAP)
The Kansas Algebra Program (KAP) coordinates Math 101 and Math 002 on the third floor of Strong Hall. The KAP Help Room provides free drop-in homework help and tutor led study groups as well as exam review sessions at the end of each unit. KAP Help Room is open M-T 8:00AM-8:00PM and Friday 8:00AM-5:30PM.