Tutoring Program

To receive tutoring, you need to be an AAC participant.  Students who qualify for the AAC must be either first generation, low-income, and/or a student with a disability.  To sign up for tutoring, AAC Students have to meet with their retention specialist.  Tutoring sessions are limited to three students per session and students are expected to attend on a weekly basis.


AAC Student Omar Sanchez being tediously tutored.

Tutoring sessions at the AAC are so great, we fill every seat in the house!!!


Tutoring at the Academic Advancement Center is based on the philosophy that with the right study strategies and resources to clarify content any student can raise their course grade. Tutors at the AAC assist students with finding study strategies that work for their course and clarify any content the student may not have understood in the lecture.

Other tutoring services on campus include:

http://tutoring.colostate.edu/ - Use this website based out of TILT that links to tutoring tutorials and private tutors.

http://tilt.colostate.edu/learning/tutoring/studyGroups.cfm - Find TILT study group schedule here to meet with other students and tutors to ask subject/class based questions. 

http://www.math.colostate.edu/PACe/PACe_welcome.shtml - Link to the PACe program's information including math placement information and tutorials.