The Tutoring Center provides walk-in and appointment tutoring in the humanities, modern languages, math and sciences, business and accounting and social sciences. Tutoring for all courses is based on tutor availability each semester. Appointment-based tutoring is limited by tutor availability as well. Tutees should come prepared with their class textbook, class notes, as well as any other resources that will help the tutor assist them.
If you wish to attend walk-in tutoring, refer to our schedule page for times and locations. If you prefer to have an appointment, login to Tutortrac with your LakerNet ID and password, and follow the instructions to schedule an appointment. See our more detailed guide on booking appointments.
Courses we tutor:
If you are interested in becoming a tutor, visit our application page. Log in using your LakerNet ID and password, then follow the instructions to fill out a tutor application. The following items are required to complete your application:
- An essay expressing why you would like to be a tutor.
- A minimum of two faculty recommendations from the discipline(s) you are applying for. Be advised that it is your responsibility to contact your recommenders. Please supply both of your recommenders with a link to our application page (https://www.oswego.edu/ols-apps/) where they may login to the application.
The tutoring department will contact you if a position is available.
- Follow these links if you would like more information about walk-in tutoring or appointment-based tutoring.
- If you require assistance with writing in your courses, visit our Writing Center.
- Gain study tips and additional knowledge about the Office of Learning Services by downloading The Guide for Tutors and Tutees (PDF, 276KB).
Office of Learning Services
173 Marano Campus Center
Oswego, NY 13126
- Appointment Making Guide (PDF)
- Apply To Be a Tutor
- TutorTrac Website
- OLS Help Form
- Tutor Ethics Contract (PDF)
- Tutor Payroll Information
- TutorTrac login/logout issues for tutors form
- Guide for Tutors and Tutees (PDF)