Studio & Course Tutoring
STUDIO & COURSE TUTORING
Tutoring at the University is designed to supplement and enhance students’ in-class instruction. Therefore the tutoring goals and objectives are aligned with the objectives of the University curricula. Students may request tutoring for any course(s) in which they are enrolled. Tutors will work in collaboration with students to assist them in developing their skills, making long-term improvements, and achieving their goals.
Schedule an Appoinment(s)
- Call 215-717-6818
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Stop by the Center in Gershman Hall, suite 207, M-F, 9-5
One-Time or Weekly Tutoring
Upon request, students are assigned to work one to one with a tutor for one session or on a weekly basis. Students may request to receive tutoring for just two weeks or for the whole semester.
Who are the tutors?
Tutors include professional advising staff in the Advising Center and undergraduate and graduate students. Peer Tutors have completed tutor training and are qualified to tutor in their subject areas. The Peer Tutor staff is comprised of more than 40 students who have excelled in their disciplines and have been recommended by their faculty.
What courses/subjects ?
Tutoring is offered for courses in art, media, design, dance, theater, music, and the Liberal Arts. Students may also seek tutoring for computer programs, such as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Logic Pro, Sibelius, and more.
Take a look at some course(s)/subjects for which we offer tutoring:
Art, Media & Design
Adobe Illustrator, InDesign & Photoshop
CAMD Core Studies: Image, Time, Object, Environment
Graphic Design courses
Industrial Design courses
Ceramics: i.e. Intro to Handbuilding, and Intro to Throwing
Beginner/Intermediate Tap (for MT)
Beginner/Intermediate Jazz (for MT)
Beginner/Intermediate Ballet (for MT)
Music Skills Lab (Piano)
Musical Theater Performance
Survey of Theater Arts
Theatre History I & II
Voice & Speech for Actors (Freshman & Sophomore levels)
Writing for Film & TV
Intro to Screenwriting
- Music Theory for Musicians and Non-Musicians
Lynda.com (online video tutorials and training - especially helpful for learning software)