Tutoring Program

Does talking about course material with a peer help you understand it better? Do you seek one-on-one assistance in a course? If so, the Tutoring Program at Denison University might be able to help! Best of all, Denison’s Tutoring Program is no charge for students.

The University Tutoring Program is a program designed for students who are seeking additional assistance to improve their academic performance. Tutors are available for almost all academic subjects. Denison tutors are students who have been selected by academic department faculty and have completed a tutor training program conducted by the Academic Resource Center.


⇒ Use your Big Red ID to access more information on requesting a tutor, departmental drop-in hours, and how to become a tutor. Visit: MyDenison » Campus Resources » Academic Resource Center

New tutor requests are not honored after the 12th week of the semester. Please seek assistance from your professor and take advantage of walk-in tutoring offered by various departments.

Frequently Asked Questions

Contact Us

Jennifer Grube Vestal

Associate Dean of Students/Director of Academic Resource Center

Heather N. Pool

Associate Professor
Director, Philosophy, Politics, & Economics Program
Interim Director of the Writing Center

Mark Moller

Dean of First-Year Students, Director of Advising, Associate Professor of Philosophy

Academic Resource Center:
Higley Hall 020 (Lower Level​)

Writing Center:
Barney-Davis 400

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