Student-athletes at Purdue University are offered tutoring services through the Athletics Academic Support Services unit. The tutorial program is designed to act as a supplement to classwork and individual study. It is not designed to take the place of in-class learning and development. Academic support services staff train qualified tutors. All sessions must be held in academic support areas within the athletic department facilities.
To request a tutor click here.
Student-athletes have the opportunity to meet with mentors. In the program, the student-athlete is paired with an individual who has been selected by the academics staff as a role model and academic leader. The mentor works with the student-athlete to manage their academic course load coupled with their sport requirements and the demands of a normal college student.
To request a mentor contact your sport advisor.
Group Study Sessions
Student-athletes are encouraged to form study groups and may use any of the study areas within the academic learning center.
Math Walk-in Tutoring
Math walk-in tutors are located in the Brees Center on Sunday through Thursday evenings from 7-10 p.m. These tutors are available on a first come, first served basis for any student-athlete who is experiencing difficulty in math.
Science Walk-in Tutoring
Science walk-in tutors are located in the Brees Center on Sunday through Thursday evenings from 7- 10 p.m. This service is offered on a first come, first served basis for any student-athlete needing assistance with science courses offered at Purdue University.
English Walk-in Tutoring
The English walk-in tutor is located in Brees Center on Sunday through Thursday evenings from 7-10 p.m. This service is offered on a first come, first served basis for any student-athlete needing assistance with papers and writing projects.
Informal, weekly study sessions led by a peer who has successfully completed the course. For more information on SI-linked courses and the semester schedule click here.
COSINE (College of Science Instructional Nightly Enrichment)
A free tutoring program to help students in first-year courses in Biology, Chemistry and Math.
WISP-WIEP (Women in Science and Engineering Tutoring Program)
The goal of this program is to teach beginning students in Science and Engineering transferable learning skills which will aid them throughout their college career.