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Subjects and Tutors

On-Call Tutors are available throughout the semester. 

Click on the tutor's name to email an on-call tutor with the subject and times you are available. Please plan ahead by at least 24 hours when seeking an on-call tutoring appointment. 



Sofia Barnes-Horowitz 121 Intensive Elementary French
220 Introduction to American Government
240 Introduction to Comparative Politics
260 Introduction to Public Policy
270 Social Science Inquiry
100 Introduction to Healthcare Studies
315 American Presidency
328 Political Parties
333 Civil Rights & Civil Liberties
365 U.S. Healthcare Policy & Politics
Simone Diaz 211 Calculus I
212 Calculus II
202 Business Statistics
329 Probability
Bilal Hindi Arabic (all levels)
Tess Monks 101-102 Elementary Latin
201-202 Intermediate Latin
Greek (all levels)
Robin Nagel FYS - Critical Thinking/Reading
251 Elementary Symbolic Logic
101-491 Sociology
200-490 Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies
Hassan Naveed 212 Calculus II
235 Multivariate Calculus
245 Linear Algebra
300 Fundamentals of Abstract Math
101 Intro to Microeconomics
270 Introductory Econometrics
150 Intro to Computer Science
Daniel Opstelten 101 Elementary German I
102 Elementary German II
201 Intermediate German I
202 Intermediate German II
Randell Scism FYS
Maddie Shea 101 Minds and Machines
105 Elementary Programming with Lab
150 Introduction to Computing
195 Special Topics
221 Data Structures with Lab
222 Discrete Structures with Lab
240 Software Systems Development
288 Computer Science Apprenticeship
301 Computer Organization
315 Algorithms
323 Programming Languages
325 Database Systems
330 Theory of Computation
Alice Vo 101 Intro to Anthropology
Critical Thinking
Maxine Xin 235 Multivariate Calculus
300 Abstract Math
150 Introduction to Computing
221 Data Structures with Lab
222 Discrete Structures w/Lab
240 Software Systems Development
315 Algorithms
131 Physics with Calculus w/Lab

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, Associate 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.