Tutoring, Workshops, and Final Exam Reviews
All services described on this page are by appointment. To schedule a tutoring appointment, reserve a workshop seat, or schedule a review session, visit Manage Your Appointments and Go To Your Online Sessions on the left menu.
Please consider the following when scheduling appointments:
- Students must be registered for a specific course to receive tutoring in it, except for presentation skills tutoring, which is available to students in any course.
- Students may schedule appointments up to one week in advance.
- Contingent upon availability, students may have up to two appointments per course per day.
- Students may schedule up to six upcoming appointments per course on the schedule at any given time.
- Cancel appointments in advance if circumstances change – do not no-show for scheduled appointments.
- If a student misses four appointments, they will be blocked from scheduling additional appointments for the rest of the current semester.
- If you are late for an appointment, there is no guarantee you will be seated. While SACC services are online, you will not be admitted to your session if you are more than 20 minutes late. The lateness policy is different when services are in-person. Please check back for updates to this page after SACC services return to campus.
Tutoring takes place in small groups of up to two students per session. If there is another student in your session, you will both be in the same course, but not necessarily the same section. 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 participation will enable you to make the best use of your time with the tutor. Please have your notes, textbook, and course syllabus available. If these items are electronic, please have a laptop or tablet available during your session so you can access them.
Please note that under no circumstances will tutors help you 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.
Students who are registered with Student Disability Services may request individual tutoring.
In Summer Session I 2021, tutoring is available for the following courses:
- ACC 2101 / 2203 / 3000 / 3100 / 3200 / 4100
- BIO 1011 / 1012 / 2010 / 3001
- BUS 1011
- CHI 1001 / 1002
- CHM 1003 / 1004 / 3001
- CIS 2200 / 3400 / 3920
- COM 1010
- ECO 1001 / 1002 / 4000
- FIN 3000 / 3610 / 3710
- FRE 1001 / 1002
- ITL 1001
- JPN 1001 / 1002
- LAW 1101
- MGT 3120 / 4400
- FSPM 1023, MTH 1023 / 1030 / 2003 / 2009 / 2205 / 2207 / 2610 / 3010 / 4410
- PHY 2001 / 2003
- PSY 1001
- QNT 2020
- SPA 1001 / 1002
- STA 2000
Other Tutoring Services
SACC also provides tutorial services to students completing SAM Software Projects for MS Excel during the fall and spring semesters and presentation skills tutoring for students preparing oral presentations for any course, including COM 1010.
Presentation skills tutors can help with outline preparation, speech organization, eye contact, attention step, body language and gestures, and overall confidence. For more advanced help specific to pronunciation and intelligibility, please visit the Tools for Clear Speech website.
Languages tutors can assist you with all aspects of learning a new language, such as pronunciation, grammar rules, reading comprehension, and writing. Languages tutors are either native or highly proficient speakers of the languages that they tutor.
Weekly review workshops are typically offered in business courses and during the fall and spring semesters for SAM projects. 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.
|Course||Start & End Dates||Days||Times||Location||Facilitator||Resources|
|ACC 2101||6/14 – 8/12||Tuesday||4pm – 6pm||Online||Yechiel
|ACC 2203||6/14 – 8/9||Monday
|5:30pm – 7:30pm
2pm – 4pm
|ACC 3200||6/15 – 8/10||Tuesday||2pm – 4pm||Online||Mark
|ECO 1001||6/14 – 8/11||Tuesday
|2pm – 4pm
5pm – 7pm
|FIN 3000||6/15 – 8/12
6/16 – 7/7
7/12 – 8/12
|5:30pm – 7:30pm
10am – 12pm
11am – 1pm
Final Exam Reviews
Final exam review sessions are offered most often for 1000-level and 2000-level math courses and sometimes for large business courses. The final exam schedule is posted here a few weeks before the end of the semester. You can reserve a seat in AdvisorTrac up to one week before the date of the session by clicking Manage Your Appointments and Go To Your Online Sessions on the menu to your left. Final exam reviews are typically based on sample finals available under Resources on the left menu.
The Baruch Academic Rebound (BAR) Program
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 two weeks before the start of the semester. BAR is offered in the fall and spring semesters only.
The BAR Program is sponsored by the National Grid Foundation.
Last Updated: June 2, 2021