REACH - University of Louisville

General Tutoring




Tutor Assistance

Scheduled Tutoring Sessions:

During the Fall and Spring semesters...

Scheduled tutoring is offered in most 100 and 200 level undergraduate courses, as well as various 300 level courses. This small group (1-5 students) tutoring is designed for students whose schedule prevents them from attending the Supplemental Instruction (SI) sessions.

Courses Tutored:

You can also find a list of courses offered for tutoring in the: LRC Fall 2016 Flyer

  • Onsite Tutoring Appointments for the courses below take place in Strickler 107. Students may request a tutoring time for a specific course section online by using the in person tutor request form.

  • Drop-in Tutoring is available for the following lab courses.

  • REACH offers undergraduate students the option of online tutoring for all online courses and onsite courses offered through the LRC. Our online tutoring sessions make getting help easy and convenient. Online tutors use chat and/or video chat to help students. Sessions are conducted using Google Hangouts created for online tutoring.

    You can sign up for on-line tutoring sessions by using the Online Tutoring Request Form

 

Physics Learning Center (PLC)


Location: REACH Itech Zone, M.I.T.C. building, 1st Floor Open: Monday-Thursday, 10:00am-5:00pm (Drop by any time!)Physics UTA and GTA student are available to help with the following:

  • Questions about material or homework as you are working or studying.
  • Immediate assistance or questions during open hours.
Please contact the LRC Coordinator or download the PLC Spring 2016 Flyer.

 

Preparing for Graduate School?

The LRC offers FREE review sessions for graduate exams each semester.
We have tutors experienced in taking the exam as well as new review books and practice exams for your use. PREP session schedules are determined based on interest and presenter availability. These prep sessions are held in Strickler Hall, Room 111.
Please contact the LRC Coordinator or GSA's for more information.

Fall GRE Review Sessions Flyer

Introduction to the GRE & Quantitative Reasoning Section

Wednesday, September 21st
4:30pm-6:00pm

Verbal Reasoning & Analytical Writing Sections

Thursday, September 22nd
4:30pm-6:00pm

Introduction to the GRE & Quantitative Reasoning Section

Friday, October 7th
12:00pm-1:30pm

Verbal Reasoning & Analytical Writing Sections

Friday, October 14th
12:00pm-1:30pm

 




Conversation Tables

Spanish Conversation Tables

REACH invites you to “LA CHARLA” (Spanish Conversation Tables).
You can practice speaking Spanish or just listen. All Spanish levels are welcome!! You do not need to sign-up in advance to attend—just show up! Practice your skills and improve your speaking!
¡Ven con tus amigos y practica un poco de español!

Location: LRC (Strickler Hall, Room 107)
Dates and Times:

  • To Be Determined
Contact us with questions at LRCtutor@louisville.edu or 852-8114


 

Tutoring for Disabled Students

Individual Tutoring for Disabled Students is available through REACH. Students with physical disabilities or diagnosed learning disabilities are provided appropriate accommodations when making a tutoring request with the LRC Coordinator. The LRC and the Disabilities Resource Center collaborate to both advise and refer students to appropriate services in both centers.



Resources in the LRC

The LRC has graduate exam prep books available for review and has desktop computers available for student use, Internet research, and Blackboard access.  Textbooks with CD Rom are available for the GRE, LSAT, and the MCAT exams.  The LRC Computer Mini-Lab should not be confused with the REACH Computer Resource Center, which is located on the first floor of Ekstrom Library.

The electronic classroom, located in Strickler Hall Room 111, is a state-of-the-art classroom with:

  • Internet-ready computer with smart board technology (LCD touch screen with pen that allows electronic writing and highlighting on the computer desktop)
  • Document projector for displaying handouts and notes not in electronic format
  • DVD VHS VCR
  • Connection available for a laptop computer or external audio/video source

UofL faculty and staff can reserve the room for classes and presentations.  Check the calendar for availability and request a reservation. Contact the LRC Coordinator to check availability or request a reservation.



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Hours & Location

Learning Resource Center Strickler Hall 107
Phone: 852-8114

Fall & Spring
Mon.-Thur. 8:00am - 8:00pm
Fri. 8:00am - 5:00pm

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