The Division of Diversity & Inclusion (DDI) Tutoring provides academic tutoring to students participating in DDI support unit programs (MCAS, HEOP, FSP, CSTEP, McNair/LSAMP, I'm First) in any subject area, but particularly in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) courses and 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 underserved students.
Need help with that math homework? Struggling with a concept for your biology exam? Want an environment to do work with help close at hand? Then check out DDI Drop In Tutoring!
Schedule for Fall 2018 coming soon!
Monday - Friday SPRING 2018
4:00p.m. - 6:00p.m. | MCAS Office, SAU Suite 2300 (right above Nathan's)
Want to ask questions but don’t feel like walking to drop in tutoring or small group sessions? Try our new Virtual Tutoring model! Using the BlueJeans Teleconference system, you can seek tutoring in certain subjects right from your computer or mobile device.
To Access Virtual Tutoring…
Go to rit.bluejeans.com
In the right column under “Attend a meeting”…
- Join As: Participant
- Meeting ID: enter the tutor session number (listed below)
- Name: your name
If it is your first time using the BlueJeans system, you will be prompted to install the app.
Otherwise, you are all set to go!
STUDENT GROUP TUTORING REQUESTS
Are you interested in having a tutoring session available to members of your organization? Interested in partnering with your peers to provide academic support to those who would like to improve grades? We can create tutoring partnerships with your organization. These sessions may be in collaboration with other organizations based on demand and resources. Please contact Liz Bremer (email@example.com) if your group would be interested and to find out more information.
Assistant Director for Assessment & Academic Partnerships
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.
- Sarah Clayton ‘19