University Learning Centre - Tutoring
ULC Writing Help
Do you need editing and/or proofreading? Email email@example.com for a list of editors for hire.
ULC Math and Stats Help
Free drop-in service (Murray 144). Visit www.usask.ca/ulc/math for hours of operation. Please see the other links above if you wish to find a private tutor for a fee.
University of Saskatchewan - Tutoring
*New* In the summer of 2014, the University Learning Centre developed and launched a new database where tutors could apply to be listed. The application process includes an faculty endorsment as well as allowing the administrators of the system to access the tutor's transcripts. www.usask.ca/hireatutor
Alternatively, subject-specific tutor listings are distributed across student societies, colleges, and departments. The management of these lists and the credentials required for joining the tutor listing is maintained by each individual unit. Please note that most of the tutor directories do not require that tutors have any formal credentials or minimal qualifications for being included on the listing. To view these lists, click on the green tab marked "Colleges and Departments" above.
USSU Tutor Registry
This is likely the most extensive and popular tutor listings on campus. It is maintained by the USSU and identifies tutors for almost any subject. To search for a tutor in your specific subject area, click the button that says 'Search the Tutor Registry' and choose the subjects that you are looking for and click the 'Search' button.
Aboriginal Students' Centre
Students registered with the ASC are eligible to receive some funding support for tutoring. Visit the webpage to see criteria to receive tutoring and be a tutor, as well as a listing of the specific subjects in which tutoring is provided. The ASC also has an on-site ULC Writing Help Tutor who offers workshops and tutoring. Check with the ASC for more information.
Colleges and Departments
Another way to look for tutors is to contact department offices or department student societies directly. You can either go there in person, or phone the offices. Explain that you are looking for a tutor, and that you are wondering if they have any suggestions for people to contact.
College of Arts and Science
Some departments have web pages set up with tutor information:
http://homepage.usask.ca/~yee933/tutor.htm - maintained by the Chemistry Science Students' Society.
The Department of Languages and Linguistics - http://artsandscience.usask.ca/languages - keeps a tutor list. Please contact the Department.
Math and Stats
http://www.usask.ca/philosophy/helpcentre takes you to the Philosophy Help Centre webpage (which is sponsored by the Philosophy Department and Student Services). Free writing help is provided for writing Philosophy papers at specific times during regular session in ULC Writing Help, RM142, and all year round online: www.usask.ca/ulc/onlinewritinghelp
Edwards School of Business
The Accounting Club offers tutoring services for students seeking help in areas specific to the accounting major. Appointments are available Thursdays on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your appointment.
The Saskatoon Engineering Students' Society offers information about general help.
Help with writing in Engineering is available online: www.usask.ca/ulc/onlinewritinghelp
Pharmacy and Nutrition
The college puts on a 'Critical Skills Tutorial Session' about three weeks before the Critical Skills essay. They go over some past essay questions. It lasts about 1.5-2 hours. If you pay attention, you can get a good idea of what the college is looking for in the essay. If you have applied, the college will send you an email informing you of when and where this happens. ULC Writing Help tutors can give you an idea of how you are doing with your practice answers.