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Tutoring is available to all students, free of charge, in every course taught at the university.

Peer Tutoring is a great resource for students looking to supplement classroom and studio instruction, and improve your skills in writing, studio classes, ESL, reading and other academic areas.

Schedule a Tutoring Appointment

Schedule a one-time, or weekly tutoring appointment for any course / subject by clicking this link.

  • After clicking the link you will be able to search for a tutor by name or course
  • You can view the tutor's availability for session, and make an appointment(s) to meet with them!
  • After you make your appointment you will receive an email with a GoBoard link to use to access your meeting.
  • If you can't find a tutor for your course, or need help scheduling an appointment please email tutoring@uarts.edu or Hanna Weckel 
  • Click the image below for a video tutorial on how to sign up for tutoring!
sign up for tutoring




More information about tutoring at UArts:

Writing Tutoring & Resources

Studio and Course Tutoring & Resources

Become a Peer Tutor

Helpful Learning Resources

All Tutors

Knowing your learning style can help you when it comes to finding ways to study and complete school work, leading you to be a more successful student.


The four main types of learning are:

  • VISUAL - using images, diagrams, and written directions to better understand concepts; preferring to learn when topics are presented visually.
  • AUDITORY - prefer to learn through hearing lectures, and when sound is used to reinforce learning; often read material aloud to themselves to assist in understanding.
  • KINESTHETIC -  learn best through physically engaging with the learning the material; learn through experience the topics, acting out the learning the material, and through touch.
  • READING / WRITING - preferring to learn through written word; find expression through research, reading articles/ books, and writing assignments.

If you do not already know your learning style, you can take this short (2 minutes) quiz here




Elrick, Lauren. “4 Types of Learning Styles: How to Accommodate a Diverse Group of Students.” Rasmussen College, Rasmussen College LLC, 9 August 2018, https://www.rasmussen.edu/degrees/education/blog/types-of-learning-styles/.

Here are some useful documents that you can download, or print out to keep on hand while you are studying!

  • Download this calendar to help you plan you week with classes, work, and study time. 
  • Learn the most effective way to study with this Study Cycle information sheet.