Tutoring


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Tutoring & support

Tutoring is free and available to all on and off campus students. Students who are recommended by professors are hired and trained by Hiram’s professional staff to become a peer tutor.

  • Drop-In Tutoring: Drop-in tutoring is offered throughout the week in the Library. Students can utilize this time to ask questions or receive assistance with course material and study skills. Drop-in hours may vary by course. A schedule will be posted closer to the school year.
  • 1-on-1 Tutoring: Students who need tutoring outside of the drop-in times or cannot make the drop-in times are able to request a 1-on-1 tutor. 1-on-1 tutoring is available for all students who are taking courses at Hiram College. These services can take place in-person or via Zoom.

Click here to request a 1-1 tutor. 

Additional Information

ACADEMIC COACHING

Students have the opportunity to work one-on-one with a professional staff member to develop and refine their academic success skills, including time management, note-taking, studying, goal setting, organization, test-taking, and more; and create a personal academic success plan to help them reach their full potential, both inside and outside the classroom. Please email Academic Support at academicdevelopment@hiram.edu to schedule an appointment. Below are some resources to aid in academic success.

DOWNLOADABLE RESOURCES

STUDENT SUCCESS PROGRAMMING

Professional staff offer presentations and workshops throughout the year centered on a variety of academic topics. Interested in bringing an Academic Development workshop to your meeting, classroom, or more? Email Academic Support at academicdevelopment@hiram.edu to schedule now!

STDV 108: EXPERIMENTS IN EFFECTIVE LEARNING

Experiments in Effective Learning (STDV 108) is a one-credit hour course that emphasizes basic academic success skills and their practical application in current courses. Extensive emphasis is placed on time management, study strategies, goal setting, discovering personal learning styles, note-taking and test-taking strategies, discovering self-motivation, accepting personal responsibility, using active learning techniques, improving self-management, and thriving positively in college. This course is open to all students during the fall and spring semesters.