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On-Call Exam Tutors

On-call tutors are available throughout exams. If you would like to make an appointment, please click on the tutor's name and send an appointment request email. 

Basil Arafat — Arabic 101-302; Calculus 211-212; Computer Science 150, 221

Caroline Fernandez — Russian 101-202

Barbara Fujita — Calculus 211-212; Multivariate Calculus 235; Linear Algebra 245; Fundamentals of Abstract Math 300; Intro to Computer Science 150

Nora Geer — French 121, 221, 301

Bilal Hindi — Arabic 101-402

Prudence Hu — Elementary Symbolic Logic 251

Stephen Kapostas — Microeconomics 101

Jackson LeViness — Calculus 211; Introduction to Physics w/Lab 131-132; Elementary Symbolic Logic 251

Jordan Lloyd — Spanish (all levels)

McKenzie Murvin — Calculus 211; Organic Chemistry 205-206; Introductory Biology 202

Robin Nagel — FYS, Critical Thinking & Reading; Elementary Symbolic Logic 251; Sociology 101-491; Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies 200-490

Ivan Pejic — Elementary German 101-102; Intermediate German 201

William Pflueger — Finance 361

Ahkar Phyo — Organic Chemistry 206; Inorganic Chemistry 317; Biochemistry 326; Introduction to Healthcare Studies 100; Statistical Modeling 209

Supreeth Prasad — Introductory Chemistry 141; Organic Chemistry 205-206

Christopher Rein — Arabic 101, 201, 203, 301, 303

Smaragda Spyrou — Elementary Symbolic Logic 251

Sophie Weinberg — Calculus 211

Crystal Xu — Financial Accounting 201; Intermediate Financial Accounting I 301; Introduction to Computing 150

 

Learning Disability Assistance

Disability Support Services: If you believe you have a disability requiring an accommodation, please contact Disability Services as soon as possible. If you have a University of Richmond Disability Accommodation Notice (DAN), please let us know when you meet with the Director or Associate Director.

The Director, Assocate Director, and Learning Disabilities Tutors are available to provide academic support to all students, especially students who have learning disabilities in academic skills-related areas such as exam preparation, organizational skills, critical reading, application, critical thinking, time management, and the like.  Learning Disabilities Peer Academic Skills Tutors also provide subject tutorials during the fall and spring semesters only. A listing of tutors is available.

Student Testimonials

"Brooke has been extremely helpful during my tutoring sessions. She has provided a variety of methods to understanding, approaching, and solving problems."

"My tutor listened actively and was able to pinpoint the thing which was causing me trouble with understanding the material. My one-hour tutoring sessions proved to be much more beneficial for my academic success than three or four hours studying on my own.

"Sam is a wonderful tutor. She is patient and cares that the student has a complete understanding of the subject matter at hand. While learning from Sam, I realized that I was actively participating and sharing my newfound knowledge with others while having a great time!"

Location and Appointments

The Academic Skills Center is located in the Boatwright Memorial Library Administrative Wing, Suite #9.

Tutoring hours vary. Schedule a tutoring appointment via our online scheduler.