The Office of Tutoring Services serves all IUPUI undergraduate students by connecting them with departmental tutoring assistance with a major focus on gateway courses and IUPUI general education courses. These courses tend to be particularly challenging, and we are here to help. We work closely with departments on campus to ensure that students are connected with recommended departmental support. It is our mission to distribute peer and departmental academic support services to students and to publicize specialized support programs available to specific student populations.
Office of Tutoring Services
Need a tutor?
If you are an IUPUI student looking for a tutor in one of your courses, then you are in the right place! We have three simple and easy-to-follow steps below that will help you find a tutor. The first thing we do is to help you utilize any free departmental tutoring available for your course. If free tutoring does not exist, the next thing we do is see if there are any private tutors available that have been approved by an instructor or department. If there are no private tutors, that's okay. Fill out a tutor request form, and we will do our best to find a tutor for you.
Become a referred tutor
Interested in becoming a paid tutor and helping students? Look no further. For your information, tutors referred by the Bepko Learning Center must meet the following requirements:
- Maintain a cumulative and semester GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Received at least a B+ in the courses you tutor at IUPUI
- Are approved by instructors or departments for specific courses
- Completed the best practices tutor training
If you meet these requirements and wish to become a referred tutor, please complete the best practices tutor training application, and we will reach out to you right away to see if you qualify to become a tutor.
All referred tutors are available on Tutor Matching Service. The Bepko Learning Center does not house any English or writing tutors.
91%of students who contacted the Bepko Learning Center for tutoring were referred successfully to departmental tutoring or a private tutor on Tutor Matching Service.
89%of students who received tutoring in the Biology Resource Center believed tutoring resulted in better understanding of course content.
2,251 students visited the Biology Resource Center from fall 2015 through spring 2016.View the BRC