Holland Centennial Commons
|Monday - Thursday||9am - 8pm|
|Friday||9am - 5pm|
|Saturday||1pm - 4pm|
What is Drop-in tutoring?Drop-In Tutoring is available at no cost to all registered Dixie State College students who are seeking assistance in select general education courses, including many Math and Science courses. Available subjects vary by student demand and tutor availability. For a detailed schedule, stop by the Tutoring Center or view it here. Just locate the subject in which you are interested, find the times tutoring is scheduled, then choose the time that is best for you! The Tutoring Center is happy to meet as many individual requests as possible, so students are encouraged to let the Center know if you have tutoring needs that don't appear on the schedule. We make every effort to accommodate as many students in as many disciplines as possible. Call or visit the Director (Rowena Thiess) or any staff tutor.Where is the Tutoring Center?
The Tutoring Center is located in the Holland Centennial Commons, Room 431.
Why is Drop-in Tutoring useful?Drop-in tutoring allows students the flexibility to come in at their convenience during posted hours without the necessity of setting and keeping appointments. It provides an opportunity for students to work on assignments independently while having the opportunity to get tutor assistance when needed. It also encourages the formation of study groups because students will often make contact with other students in the same subject area
When is the Tutoring Center open?Tutors are available during the hours designated above throughout the course of the Fall and Spring semesters. The subject schedule changes often, but it may easily be accessed by clicking here or viewed at the Tutoring Center. Special requests can be made by e-mailing the Center at Tutoring@dixie.edu or by calling 435-879-4731. Specific Subject Tutoring Hours
How do I sign up for Drop-in Tutoring?On your first visit to the Tutoring Center, you will need to enter your Student Identification Number (or scan your ID card) as well as your name, phone number, and e-mail address. Thereafter, you will only need to scan your ID Card when you enter and leave the Center!
How does Drop-in Tutoring work?Click here to view the schedule of available tutoring or come in to the Center. Find a time that works for you, then come in and have a seat! Tutors circulate through the Center, answering student questions as they arise, on a first-come, first-served basis.
Can I become a tutor?
If you are interested in becoming a Tutor, please contact Rowena Thiess at 435-879-4733 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us in Room 431 of the Holland Centennial Commons.
DSU does not supervise or coordinate private, for-hire tutors for students or the general St. George community. However, Dixie State University has partnered with Tutor Matching Service (TMS) to provide a list of current faculty and students offering private tutoring in a variety of subjects. Learn more about TMS or find a private tutor today.