Transy Tutoring & Embedded Learning Forums

Peer Tutoring in the ACE

Transy Tutoring and Embedded Learning Forums are a free service for all Transy students.

We offer peer to peer academic support in more than 15 disciplines.

Our tutors have taken the same classes as you and are available to share their learning strategies, study habits and other tips for staying successful throughout your Transy career.

We strive to create a comfortable environment where students are free to ask any question in group or individual tutoring sessions while in person or online.

Whether you have specific questions or are looking for a community of learners to join, we are here for you!

How to use Transy Tuoring

Tutoring works best if you come early and often!

Drop-in and Appointment tutoring will be offered Sunday, September 17th- Thursday, December 7th.

We will be closed for Fall Break (October 15th-17th) and for Thanksgiving Break (November 21st-26th)

Drop-in Tutoring is offered Sunday-Thursday from 7-9 p.m. There is no need to sign up in advance!

Tutoring Appointments are offered throughout the week by request.

Email with any questions!

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Embedded Learning Forums

We are excited to continue Embedded Learning Forums (ELF) this semester! 

The fall 2023 semester will include all sections of: 

  • Principles of Accounting 1
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Biology: Molecules and Cells (ICBM)
  • Calculus 1
  • Functions
  • Principles of Chemistry 1
  • Macroeconomics
  • Spanish III

If you are a student in these classes, you have the opportunity to attend forums for extra practice with your classmates–all organized and led by an ELF.

Forums are designed for ongoing practice with course work. If you want homework help or to ask questions about an upcoming exam, please plan to go to tutoring.

This program was created based on evidence that students who attend one or more forums each week have a higher success rate. While forums are optional, attendance in at least one session each week is highly recommended.