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DDI Tutoring Program

The Division of Diversity & Inclusion (DDI) Tutoring Program is an opportunity for students involved with DDI programs to receive academic support and course guidance from their peers those students who are also involved with DDI programs.

Tutoring is offered for those courses that traditionally challenge the populations of students who participate in DDI programs.  Peer-to-peer tutoring is a best practice approach for helping improve retention and graduation rates for underrepresented students.

Student Sarah Clayton shared some words about her positive experience with our program:  

"DDI tutoring has been an important part of my semester. I often went to receive help with Programming and Calculus.  Classes usually have 25 + students, so it is not possible for one professor to sit down and assist each one of his or her students with problems. The one-on-one interaction you get from DDI tutoring is very helpful. The tutors there are encouraging, kind, and knowledgeable. They work with you step by step explaining the problem. DDI tutoring is a great program that has successfully enhanced my learning and has greatly improved my grades."

Tuesdays 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Clark A Thursdays 7:00 pm-9:00 pm, MOSAIC Center

Elaine Dolan

Applied Calculus

Cellular and molecular Biology

Anatomy and Physiology I

General Biology 101/102

Yasmani Aguiar

Principles of Microeconomics

Introduction to Statistics I & II

International Trade and Finance

Corporate Finance

Managerial Economics

Global Business Environment

Business 2: Tech enable

Operations Management

Introduction to Options and Futures

Management Accounting

Michael Johnson

Pre-calculus

Project Based Calculus I & II

Multi variable Calculus

Statics

Strength of Materials

Thermodynamics

Differential Equations

Complex Variables

Fluids

Gavriel Rachael-Homann

Computer Science I

Computer Science II

Personal Software Engineering

Intro to Software Engineering

Gavriel Rachael-Homann

Computer Science I

Computer Science II

Personal Software Engineering

Intro to Software Engineering

Zaima Zeniya

Calculus I

Gen & Analytical Chemistry I

Elements Multivar Calculus

Principles of Microeconomics

Zaima Zeniya

Calculus I

Gen & Analytical Chemistry I

Elements Multivar Calculus

Principles of Microeconomics

Justin Namba

Precalculus

Discrete Mathematics

Project Based Calculus I

Computer Problem Solving in the Info Domain

Ryan Cacciotti

College Physics 1

University Physics 1

Elements Multivar Calculus

Principles of Statics

Bryan Chan

College Physics I and II

AC Circuits

DC Circuits

Statics

Contact

Liz Bremer
Assistant Director for Assessment & Academic Partnerships
585-475-5650
eabcrp@rit.edu

Meet our Tutors! 

   

Zaima Zeniya                     Elaine Dolan  

  

Gavriel Rachael-Homann     Michael Johnson

Yasmani Aguiar