A new service of the University of Windsor Students’ Alliance hopes to help students who need supplemental help with their classes to find tutors.
“Two hours per week may not be enough for students to fully understand the material,” says Hassan Mohseni, a graduate student in civil and environmental engineering and the coordinator of the Tutoring Centre. “This centre can help.”
He has created a Web site where potential tutors and tutees may apply.
“We match the needs of the students to the expertise of the tutors,” says Mohseni.
The centre lets clients take it from there—payment, scheduling and the content of the tutoring are the responsibility of the parties involved.
“We hope we can find tutors in every discipline,” Mohesni says. “There is a real need and we have many talented graduate students available.”
Find more information, including a list of conditions and applications for tutors and clients, on the Tutoring Centre Web site: www.uwindsor.ca/tutor/.