FAQ

Face-to-face and online tutoring are offered on a drop-in basis. 

Graduate students may contact Eddie Horan (edward.horan@stockton.edu) to schedule a session.

We are open for face-to-face tutoring for Fall 2021! We will adhere to University policy, so please wear a mask and refrain from eating in the Tutoring Center.

We are offering online tutoring in addition to face-to-face tutoring for Fall 2021.

The Math Center offers tutoring in a wide range of math-related (Q1, Q2) courses. You can find a list of tutors for a particular course on the Search by Specialty page. Courses are listed alphabetically by subject. Clicking on the tutor link will take you to their schedule.

In the Writing Center tutors can share tips on active reading and how to get the most out of a textbook, but tutors do not interpret or explain readings for students.

Tutors in the Writing Center can help students in all phases of the research process, from understanding the assignment, locating credible sources using the Stockton Library’s databases, developing a thesis, preparing an outline or annotated bibliography, taking information from sources without plagiarizing, and proper documentation in APA, MLA, or Chicago styles.

Both the Math Center and Writing Center will provide online evening tutoring Sundays through Thursdays beginning on Monday of the second week of the semester. For more details see the Math Center schedule or the Writing Center schedule.  

Navigate to the lists of math tutors and writing tutors. Clicking on the tutor link will take you to their schedule.

No, unless the instructor explicitly states otherwise in writing.

You can call the Tutoring Center (Ext. 4440) or e-mail Lauren Rivera (Laure.Rivera@stockton.edu).