RIT offers a number of excellent free tutoring resources.* Many students get into a practice of studying or doing their homework in the centers to take advantage of the services if needed.
Electrical, Computer & Telecommunications Engineering Technology
Manufacturing & Mechanical Engineering Technology
The Department of Computer Science provides mentoring and tutoring support virtually, through a server on DISCORD. For an invitation to the server, email Jordan Gates, Senior Staff Assistant, Department of Computer Science.
TBD for fall.
Contact Renee Milliken, email@example.com
Contact Julie Olney, firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Rick Tolleson, email@example.com
Electrical & Microelectronic Engineering
Tutors are accessible via email during the following times: schedule
Industrial & Systems Engineering
Contact Tabitha Vick, firstname.lastname@example.org
The iSchool will use MyCourses for tutoring. Each supported course is allowed 2-4 hours per week.
Each TA has access to their class in MyCourses. TAs will email students regarding the the tutoring schedule. If you have questions regarding tutoring for courses in iSchool, email Rhonda Baker.
NLC tutors will provide online tutoring for NTID English and Mathematics classes.
NTID-supported students taking courses in the other colleges of RIT should contact their faculty tutor for help or contact your support coordinator, if you don’t know your tutor.
For contact information and schedules, go to https://www.rit.edu/ntid/nlc/tutoring.
Provides writing support to students in all majors at any level. The Writing Commons provides online consultations utilizing the WCOnline platform. RIT students can make appointments to meet with a writing consultant through chat, video, and shared document functions. Appointments may be requested up to 7 days before your desired time.
*Each college of RIT has its own process for providing tutoring for students enrolled in its classes. Students should first check with their academic department to determine what tutor services are available. Students should contact the course professor or the program staff member listed on the college's website. If you’re not sure whom to contact you can email Tutor@rit.edu for assistance.