Physics Tutoring

CARE Tutoring and Peer Advising

CARE (The Center for Academic Resources in Engineering) offers online tutoring and peer advising for undergraduate engineering students. Information regarding the tutoring program can be found by visiting the CARE webpage

Campus Tutoring Resources

Division of General Studies

The Division of General Studies (DGS) offers this list of free tutoring resources available on the University of Illinois campus.

Office of Minority Student Affairs

The Office of Minority Student Affairs’ (OMSA) offers free tutoring and academic services. Matched tutoring, online self-paced workshops and academic skills consultations are among the services featured in the OMSA’s Academic Services Center (ASC). OMSA's services are designed to help students achieve in college. The level of rigor at the University of Illinois is different than in high school or community college. No matter how you performed before attending Illinois, there is always room to hone your study skills.

Finding a Private Tutor

If you are looking for regularly scheduled, one-on-one help, the University has partnered with Tutor Matching Service to help link private tutors to students seeking help.

Use TMS to Find a Private Tutor

Visit Tutor Matching Service at Illinois to find a list of fellow Illinois students interested in tutoring. Create an account that allows you to message tutors and schedule sessions. All payment is handled through TMS, eliminating the need to carry cash or pay in person. Please note that the Physics Department does not verify the credentials of TMS tutors.

Become a Private Tutor

Interested in becoming a private tutor at the University of Illinois? Use Tutor Matching Service to set up your own private tutoring account. You will need a valid University of Illinois email address to complete the application. If you need assistance, contact TMS Help.