Tutoring helps you explore class content, study smarter, and learn in unique and accessible ways. Working with a peer tutor who has taken and excelled in your course will help you meet your academic goals and position yourself for even more success.

Students may choose to work with a peer tutor who will help with course content and the development of effective academic strategies.

Classes We Tutor

Classes We Tutor [PDF]

Tutoring Programs

Peer Tutor Program

Peer tutors are undergraduate and graduate students who are trained by the CLAS staff. Tutors guide students by offering techniques and strategies to strengthen the learning experience in studio and academic courses. Tutoring is a free service available to matriculated students. Sessions are held weekly for one hour.

Drop-In Tutoring Services

We have resumed our drop-in tutoring services in a number of different subjects including accounting, math, statistics, accounting, writing and English language. View our Drop-In Schedules [PDF] for dates, times, and locations. No appointment necessary for drop-in tutoring services.

Online Tutoring

CLAS offers Online Tutoring Sessions [PDF], too! When making your appointment, you have the option to select "Online Tutoring Services" as the location. This lets you schedule a remote tutoring session on your laptop, desktop computer, or tablet. All you need are an internet connection and your device. Suffolk has Procedures and Best Practices for Using Online Tutoring [PDF] to ensure that your sessions go as smoothly as possible.

Tutoring for Art & Design

The CLAS provides tutoring services to Art & Design students. This academic support programs offered are specifically tailored to visual arts majors.

For more information, email Abigail Weston.

Become a Tutor

Serving as a peer tutor is a great way to gain marketable skills, build your resume and give back to the Suffolk community.

Find out more information about our employment opportunities.

Schedule A Tutoring Appointment

You can schedule an appointment:

  • By Phone: Call the front desk (617-573-8034) during business hours.
  • In Person: Visit us in the CLAS, 73 Tremont St, 9th floor, during business hours.
  • Online: Log into your Navigate account.  

Contact Us

For more information on our tutoring program, please contact us by phone at 617-573-8034, or visit our office in 73 Tremont, 9th Floor.

Important Information about Tutoring

Who can use tutoring?
You can! Tutoring is available to all undergraduate and graduate students at Suffolk.

Why should I meet with a tutor?
Regular appointments with a tutor may boost your semester and cumulative GPAs, help you understand course content, strengthen study skills, increase your awareness of other campus resources, help you create specific action plan to achieve academic goals and develop an effective time management system.

How often would I meet with my tutor?
This will be determined by you and your tutor upon your first meeting. A weekly meeting is often recommended, although some students prefer to schedule meetings twice a week.

What should I bring to my tutoring appointment?
Please bring your syllabus, course materials and textbook together with specific questions to get the very best out of your tutoring experience.

Who are the peer tutors?
Tutors are students just like you who have earned an "A" in the class for which they tutor. Many of our tutors have been recommended by the faculty for this role and all of them have sought this role because they enjoy helping others and collaborating with their peers.

We have resumed our math/stats drop-in tutoring services this fall in the CLAS, Room 9075A on the 9th floor of 73 Tremont. View our Math/Stats Drop-In Schedule [PDF] here.

Individual Tutoring

Professional and peer English and writing support is available online by appointment.

If a tutor is not available for a specific course or content area, students may work with an academic coach. Coaching appointments are made by contacting the CLAS. Also, it is highly recommended that students reach out to their professors if the CLAS cannot provide content specific support.