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Tutoring and Preparation

The Student Services office offers tutoring for specific classes at the request of our students as well as other academic support.


We offer several different types of tutoring, and we match each individual student to the program that best suits his or her needs. Interested in tutoring or being tutored? Current students can visit the online form on our Portal for more information.

Peer Tutoring for Didactic Classes

  • Prepare your questions before meeting with your tutor 
  • Ask your tutor what strategies resulted in success for him or her 
  • Adapt those strategies for your study style 

Peer Tutoring for Clinical Courses

  • Meet with an upper-class student to improve your skill 
  • Gain additional practice time 
  • Bring a friend to sit as a patient 

Clinical Tutoring

  • By referral from a preceptor 
  • Preceptor will provide a learning plan as a guide 

Learning Strategies

In addition to tutoring needs, students can meet with the Associate Dean of Students, Barbara McGinley, to review current study methods and to explore others including:

  • Test preparation 
  • Conquering anxiety 
  • Note taking 
  • Retention of material 
  • Time management 
  • Learning styles