The ASC houses campus-wide tutoring to serve all UNLV undergraduate students. No appointments necessary.
For your convenience, the ASC is offering drop-in tutoring fully online (via Zoom) from June 7 – August 13, 2021. Please note that the virtual locations will operate as extensions of the UNLV campus with the same rules and student code of conduct as our physical locations.
The ASC will resume in-person tutoring for the Fall 2021 semester.
How to Login
UNLV students can access the virtual tutoring location by visiting the Zoom website and entering the corresponding meeting ID number of the desired subject/location listed below. Provide the password "tutoring" before being admitted into the waiting room.
Students will be admitted into the virtual tutoring location by a Front Desk Leader who will prompt the student for their NSHE number and requested course before placing them in a Breakout Room. Similar to our physical drop- in tutoring locations, students will be placed in “breakout groups” based on their requested course, and can prompt available tutors with questions as needed. Students can leave the virtual tutoring location at their leisure once they have completed their tutoring session, and will not need to check-out.
Virtual Tutoring Tutorial How students can access Zoom online tutoring
The tutoring program provides structured study time with peers, reviews of subject material and learning strategies to gain a deeper understanding of supported course content.
ASC tutors are current UNLV students who have completed the supported courses with a grade of “B” or better, and are recommended by partnering academic faculty.
Available Course Subjects
We offer support in general course subjects such as:
Lower-division (100 level) Biology
Lower-division (100 level) Physics
Lower-division (100-200 level) Chemistry
Lower-division (100-200 level) Math
Lower-division (100 level) Computer Science
Lower-division Business courses like Accounting (limited)
And many more
*Please note that subject offerings are based on tutor availability and are subject to change.
ASC Tutoring offers the Partners in Progression program to UNLV students. This is our initiative to connect undergraduate students requesting non-traditional course subjects (e.g. COM 101, PHIL 102, PSY 101, etc.) with current tutors in the lab. Students needing assistance in a subject not currently listed on our website are encouraged to contact the tutoring labs to see if a current tutor may be able to assist.
Become a Tutor
Interested in joining our team? We employ UNLV students who are passionate about student learning and desire to work in an environment that will help them develop knowledge in collaborative learning, public speaking and leadership skills. Tutors will work with students, fellow peer leaders, faculty and other ASC staff members over the semester. Eligible tutors must:
Have completed the prospective course(s) they wish to support in tutoring with a grade of "B" or better
Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above
Have received a faculty recommendation
All prospective tutors must complete and submit the online application form along with a faculty recommendation to the Academic Success Center (ASC) to be considered.
Recruitment and hiring is based on need, and qualified applicants will be contacted directly to move forward in the recruitment process. Please note that there might be some tutor application/hiring delays at this time. Volunteer opportunities are also available to qualified applicants who wish to be involved in tutoring with limited time availability.
To Our Faculty and Campus Partners
The Tutoring Program’s mission to offer content-learning support to students enrolled in historically difficult courses would not be possible without the support of our UNLV Faculty and Campus Partners.
Each semester we review opportunities to expand ASC tutoring into subjects and locations to reach new UNLV students on campus. If you are a UNLV Faculty Member that would like to discuss an opportunity to partner with the ASC Tutoring Program, we encourage you to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions, please contact us either by phone or email: