Sometimes students need help succeeding in a challenging class. Concordia University is proud to offer a variety of ways for students to receive the help they need. Concordia students have free access to the Math & Science Tutoring Center and the Writing Center throughout the academic year (August- May). If a subject is not covered by these two centers, students may contact Liisa Ferguson, Disabilities & Learning Services Coordinator to receive individual peer tutoring recommended by faculty.
Math and Science Tutoring Center
Staffed by peer tutors, The Math and Science Tutoring Center holds drop-in hours in the library for students to receive assistance in all math and science courses.
Sunday thru Thursday
Located on the 1st floor of GRW Library near the reference desk.
For individual math and science tutoring or more information please contact the MSTC director, Bert Coltman.
Staffed by peer tutors, the Writing Center provides in-person and online writing tutoring for all Concordia students. Drop by or make an appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance with writing projects.
Located on the 3rd floor of GRW Library room 316
Visit the Writing Center Page for more detailed information and services provided.
Student tutors are available for individual tutoring by appointment for the majority of subjects at Concordia. To be connected with a tutor that is not covered by the Writing Center or MSTC please contact Liisa Ferguson at 503-280-8515.