You can make a difference in your academic performance by requesting a tutor. Nearly all classes have tutors
that can help you by answering your questions and working through things that may be difficult to comprehend.
They can lead you to excel in your classes. Request a tutor and experience greater understanding.
Get a tutor
The Online Tutoring Center now offers online tutoring for students who are not in Rexburg.
The Online Tutoring Center attempts to find and hire tutors for all courses. Though, with the
demand of online tutoring and the challenge of finding tutors, some courses may not have
Get an online tutor
The Tutoring Center has created and compiled content specific video tutorials for the most
commonly tutored courses on campus. The tutorials are primarily created by tutors and vetted
by other tutors or campus faculty members. If there is an error in a video, please contact
the Tutoring Center with the
video name and a brief explanation of the inaccuracy.
The Tutoring Center has created practice quizzes for many highly tutored courses on
campus. This project is a work in progress, and more quizzes are being created each semester.
If there is an error on a quiz, please contact the Tutoring Center with the quiz name and a brief
explanation of the inaccuracy.
Take a quiz
David O. McKay Library 272
2nd Floor; East Wing
Interested in Being a Tutor?
If you would like to become a tutor, select the appropriate link below:
For Faculty: Interested in Recommending a Potential Tutor?
To recommend a tutor to the BYU-Idaho Tutoring Center, you should do the following:
- Ensure the potential tutor has a 3.2 overall GPA or better (exceptions may be granted if all other avenues have been explored)
- Ensure the potential tutor received an A- or better in the course you'd like them to tutor (exceptions may be granted if all other avenues have been explored)
- For math recommendations, email email@example.com. For all other courses, email the recommendation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Encourage the potential tutor to complete the BYU-Idaho Tutoring Center Tutor Qualification Course
Tutor Qualification Course
This qualification course provides the minimum prerequisite skills and knowledge needed for successful tutoring. It is open to all BYU-Idaho students interested in gaining these qualifications for use either in seeking employment or providing service to others. A student who already holds a CRLA or NTA certification is considered fully qualified.
Appointment can be scheduled in I-Plan and are usually available during the following times:
Monday - Thursday, 7:00 a.m. - 11:30 p.m.
Friday, 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Saturday, 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
(Closed for devotional and forum hour)