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About Tutoring and Testing

During the university’s shift to virtual instruction, the Tutoring and Testing Center will offer academic support for undergraduate students via Tutor.com. Tutor.com is a fully online tutoring service that offers 24/7 tutoring assistance in a wide variety of content areas. Our department has a partnership with the platform as a means to maintain services to our student body during this time.

All undergraduate students will be given 15 hours of online tutoring each for the remainder of the semester. These hours are logged minute-by-minute. For example, if an appointment lasts 17 minutes, the system only counts that 17 minutes you were in the session with the online tutor. It is important to note that the tutor.com platform does not limit students in terms of how many appointments they can have in a week, so we are asking everyone to be mindful about budgeting the allotted 15 hours of time. 

In order to start using tutor.com, staff at the TTC will need to add students to our Canvas course. Those interested in participating should complete the following survey: https://opinio.nova.edu/opinio/s?s=18678. Requests will be filled by the end of business the day they are submitted. Please note you must access tutor.com via our Canvas page. You will not be able to access the hours by directly going to tutor.com.

Academic Success Coaching will be available throughout the summer via Zoom. Students should set up a coaching appointment through GradesFirst. Students with support from Supplemental Instruction should check GroupMe for updates from their leaders.

Questions can be directed to the TTC at 954-262-8350.

 

The Tutoring and Testing Center (TTC) supports the academic progress of all NSU students. TTC provides supplemental learning assistance, as well as an array of testing services, in a supportive and professional environment that enhances the ability of all students to meet educational goals, achieve academic excellence, and enhance personal growth. TTC promotes active, independent learning that seeks to assist students in developing critical thinking skills.

 

 

 

 

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