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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.

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.

DROP-IN TUTORING

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!

TUTOR COURSES

  Zayneb Jaff

  CHMG 145 Gen & Analytical Chem Lab I
  MLAR 201 Beginning Arabic I
  BIOL 121 Introductory Biology I
  PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology
  BIOL 122 Introductory Biology II
  CHMG 146 Gen & Analytical Chem Lab II
  MEDS 201 Language of Medicine
  MEDS 470 Transition of Care
  UWRT 150 FYW: Writing Seminar
  MEDS 370 Community Healthcare
  CHMO 235 Organic Chemistry Lab I

 

  Nik Delgado

  ARTH 135 Art History: Ancient to Medieval

  ARTH 136 Art History: Renaissance to Modern

 

  William Johnson

  MATH 111 Precalculus

  MATH 181 Project-Based Calculus 1

  MATH 182 Project-Based Calculus 2

  CSCI 141 Comp Sci I

  CSCI 142 Comp Sci II

 

  Ibrahim Cisse

  STAT 145 โ€“ Intro Stats I 

  STAT 146 โ€“ Intro Stats II

  Gen & Analytical Chemistry I 

 

  Justin Namba

  Pre-Calculus

  Project-Based Calculus I & II

  ISTE-120

  ISTE-121

  Writing Seminar

 

  Corinne Mendieta

  Mechanical Dynamics w Applications

  College Physics I

  Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Power

  Principles of Statics

  Circuits and Electronics

  Martin Sosa

  Precalculus

  Calculus A

  College Physics II

 

  Priscilla Coats

  Accounting courses

 

  Ivy Le

  College Algebra

  Pre-calc 

  Calc I/II

  Multivariable Calc

  Differential Equation

  Probability and Statistics I

  Complex Variables 

  Boundary Value Problems

  Organic Chem I/II

  Gen Chem I/II

 

  Elaine Dolan

  General Biology 1,2

  Anatomy & Physiology 1,2

  Cell & Molecular Biology

  Microbiology

  Applied Calculus

 

  Will Dzialak

  Multivariable Calc

  FYW: Writing Seminar

  Digital Systems Design I

  Cultural Anthropology

  Interpersonal Communication

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FALL TUTOR SCHEDULE

Monday- SAU 2300

Tuesday- Clark A

Wednesday- SAU 2300

Thursday-SAU 2300

DOWNLOAD DAILY SCHEDULES HERE

MONDAY        TUESDAY      

WEDNESDAY       THURSDAY    

 

   MONDAY  TUESDAY  WEDNESDAY    THURSDAY
  3:00-3:30

  Priscilla

  Justin

 

  Elaine

  Nik

  Elaine

  3:30-4:00

  Priscilla

  Justin

 

  Elaine

  Nik

  Elaine

  4:00-4:30

  Priscilla

  Justin

  Corinne

  Ibrahim

  Elaine

  Nik

  Elaine

  Will D.

  4:30-5:00

  Martin

  Zayneb

  Corinne

  Ibrahim

  Martin

  Ibrahim

  Will D.

  5:00-5:30

  Martin

  Zayneb

  Ivy

  Will J.

  Zayneb

  Martin 

  Will D.

  Will D.

  Ibrahim

  5:30-6:00

  Martin

  Zayneb

  Ivy

  Will J.

  Zayneb

  Ivy

  Will D.

  Ivy 

  Ibrahim

  6:00-6:30

  Martin

  Zayneb

  Ivy

  Will J.

  Zayneb

  Ivy

  Will D.

  Ivy

  Corinne

  6:30-7:00  

  Ivy

  Will J.

  Zayneb

  Ivy

  Will D.

  Ivy

  Corinne

 

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 (eabcrp@rit.edu) if your group would be interested and to find out more information.

 

 

Contact

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

Testimonial

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 โ€˜19