Tutoring for the Summer 2021 semester will begin on June 11th.
The Division of Academic Enhancement (DAE) offers free undergraduate tutoring services through Peer Learning and Teaching Others (PLaTO). All currently enrolled UGA undergrad students can meet with a Peer Tutor who has successfully completed the course being tutored to discuss class content, ask questions, and share study tips and resources. Tutoring is free and is provided online via Zoom or GoBoard in the form of one-on-one appointments and study pods.
To get started, download Penji, available on iOS and Android, and create an account using your MyID@uga.edu email address.
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The Peer Tutoring Program works to support all of the UGA Core Curriculum, as well
as some upper-level courses. If you do not see your course listed among the offered
courses on the website, please complete the Peer Tutoring Course Request form and we will work to fulfill your request or direct you to an appropriate resource.
You should only complete this form if your course is not listed on the website.
What to Expect from Peer Tutoring
During a peer tutoring session, whether a one-on-one appointment or a study pod, you will engage with a Peer Tutor to find solutions to problems, learn best practices for studying course material, and gain a deeper understanding of the course content. In order to benefit the most from a peer tutoring session, you will need to come prepared with material and questions that you would like to discuss with a Peer Tutor.
Be aware that all tutoring services operate within Academic Honesty guidelines. For clarification regarding authorized assistance, contact the course instructor.
Our program and tutors are accredited through the College Reading and Learning Association which recognizes effective approaches to student learning.
For more information about the program email email@example.com for a faster response time or call 706.542.0163.