Tutoring, Workshops, and Final Exam Reviews
All services described on this page are by appointment. To schedule appointments for tutoring, workshops, or final exam reviews, visit Manage Your Appointments and Go To Your Sessions on our menu. Please consider the following when scheduling appointments:
- You must be registered for a course to receive SACC services for it.
- You may schedule appointments up to one week in advance.
- You may have up to two appointments per course per day.
- You may have up to four upcoming appointments per course on the schedule at any given time. If you have four upcoming appointments already, you cannot add another one until you attend or cancel one of the four already on your schedule.
- If you cannot attend an appointment, you should cancel in advance. Missed appointments count against you. If you miss four appointments, you will be blocked from scheduling additional appointments for the rest of the current semester. If this happens to you, your only remaining option is to try to be seated as a walk-in for in-person tutoring.
- If you are late for an appointment, there is no guarantee you will be seated. For in-person tutoring, if you are ten minutes late, you may lose your seat to a walk-in if someone is waiting. For both in-person and online tutoring, you forfeit your appointment if you are more than 20 minutes late.
- Walk-ins for in-person tutoring are permitted, but they are difficult to get. It is much better to schedule your appointments in advance. Walk-ins are seated if we have an unbooked seat or if a student with an appointment is more than ten minutes late. No student will be seated after 20 minutes, with or without an appointment. To enable the front desk staff to manage the queue appropriately, students attempting to walk in are asked to wait until all students with appointments have been seated.
Please note, once you reserve an appointment for any service either in-person or online, you cannot change the mode of instruction for that appointment.
Important information about same-day scheduling: If you make a same-day appointment, please be sure you are not scheduling one for the hour that is presently underway if more than 20 minutes have already elapsed. Although TutorTrac will not stop you from saving the appointment, you will not be admitted to the session.
Tutoring is available by appointment both in person and online. In Spring 2023, both in-person and online tutoring will take place in a small group (two students) format. Tutoring tables are 3’x3’. At their discretion, tutors may choose to push two tables together to create a table that is 6’x3’. In addition, unvaccinated students are required to maintain social distancing and should request to be seated at a 6’ table. Students registered with the Office of Student Disability Services my request one-on-one tutoring.
To get the most out of tutoring, you should plan to start early and attend often. Be sure to attend lectures, do the readings, and try the practice problems before your session. This preparation will enable you to make the best use of your time with the tutor. Please have your notes, textbook, and course syllabus available so you and your tutor can refer to them together.
Note that tutors cannot help you directly with anything that will be graded. Tutors will review concepts or work with you on practice problems so you can build the knowledge and skills you need to complete your graded assignments on your own.
For the Spring 2023 semester, tutoring is available for the following courses:
(In-person, Online, or Both)
|ACC 2101 – SAM Software Projects||Both|
|ACC 2203 – SAM Software Projects||Both|
|CIS 2200 & CIS 2200H||Both|
|CIS 2200 – SAM Software Projects||Both|
|ECO 1001 & ECO 1001H||Both|
|ECO 1002 & ECO 1002H||Both|
|FIN 3000 & FIN 3000H||Both|
|FIN 3000 – SAM Software Projects||Both|
|LAW 1101 & LAW 1101H||Both|
|MGT 3120 & MGT 3120H||Both|
|MKT 3000 & MKT 3000H||Both|
|OPM 3000 & OPM 3000H||Both|
|OPM 3000 – SAM Software Projects||Both|
|PHI 1700 & PHI 1700H||Online|
|POL 1101 & POL 1101H||Both|
|PSY 1001 & PSY 1001H||Both|
|STA 2000 & STA 2000H||Both|
Tutoring is also available for the following Graduate Courses:
(In-person, Online, or Both)
Weekly review workshops are typically offered for large business courses such as accounting, economics, and finance. During the fall and spring semesters, we also offer workshops for SAM. A list of courses for which workshops are available is listed below and updated every semester. Click the link in the last column to view the schedule of topics covered. Note that for the Spring 2023 semester, all workshops will be held online.
|Course||Start & End Date
|ACC 2101||2/6/23 – 5/15/23
||12pm – 2pm
6pm – 8pm
||2/6/23 – 5/8/23
2/11/23 – 5/13/23
|6pm – 8pm
12pm – 2pm
||2/11/23 – 5/20/23
||10am – 12pm
||2/10/23 – 5/12/23
||3pm – 5pm||Online||Jin
||2/8/23 – 5/10/23
2/9/23 – 5/11/23
|2pm – 4pm
10am – 12pm
|SAM Software Projects
||2/7/23 – 4/25/23
2/9/23 – 4/27/23
2/10/23 – 4/28/23
|6pm – 8pm
6pm – 8pm
6pm – 8pm
Final exam review sessions are available most often for 1000-level and 2000-level math courses and sometimes for large business courses. You can reserve a seat in TutorTrac up to one week before the date of the session by clicking Manage Your Appointments and Go To Your Sessions from our menu. Final exam reviews are usually based on sample finals available on our Resources page. Note that for the Summer 2023 semester, all final exam review workshops will be held online.
The final exam schedule is posted here a few weeks before the end of the semester.
The BAR Program provides a weekly, one-on-one tutoring appointment with an experienced tutor to students who are repeating a course to help them complete the course and regain academic momentum. BAR is for students who are repeating a course at Baruch in which they previously received a grade of F or any form of W. The list of courses covered by BAR changes from semester to semester. Eligible students will typically receive an invitation to participate about one to two weeks before the start of the semester. BAR is offered in the fall and spring semesters only.
Last Updated: May 23, 2023