What are tutorials?
Tutorials help you connect “what to learn” with “how to learn.” Enthusiastic tutors lead bi-weekly groups that connect you with peers and give you tools to succeed.
How are tutorials different from lecture, discussion, lab and one-on-one tutoring?
Tutorials focus on key concepts and encourage collaborative learning in a FUN group setting.
Who are the tutors?
Tutors are high performing peers who have previously succeeded in the subjects that they are tutoring.
What is a tutorial like?
Tutorials meet for 50 minutes twice per week during the academic school year, and 2 hours each during five-week summer sessions. All tutorials have a main learning goal and tutors check your mastery of the goal at the end of each meeting. Tutors organize quiz, midterm, and final reviews as well.
To enroll in a LARC Tutorial:
1. Look at the LARC Tutorial Schedule to the left and choose a tutorial time that corresponds with your lecture. (Note: LARC Tutorials are associated with individual lectures, with the exception of Math courses)
2. Enroll through WebReg for the appropriate LARC Tutorial using the five-digit course code so it appears on your study list.
3. Attend the LARC Tutorial you are enrolled in.
*During summer, enrollment is different. To enroll in the LARC Tutorial for summer click here.