The University Tutorial Center contributes to NC State students’ academic success by providing a variety of free programs and resources that promote academic skill development and independent learning within the university environment.
A small academic assistance program began in 1979 for veterans, which eventually expanded to offer services for all undergraduate students. The UTC added the Supplemental Instruction (SI) program in 1987 to support the large demand for chemistry academic assistance. The writing and speaking tutorial programs for all students began in 2001. The UTC offices and programs are scheduled to move to the new Academic Success Center in DH Hill, Jr. Library in fall 2020.
- 6 professional and support staff
- Approximately 200 peer student tutors each academic year
- Writing and speaking tutoring services for graduate and undergraduate students
- Appointments and drop-in hours for chemistry, math and physics courses (100 and 200-level)
- Supplemental Instruction (SI) for select large lecture chemistry classes
- All services are provided by peer tutors who are well-trained
- The UTC serves approximately 3,000 unique students each academic year in various programs designed to best fit students’ needs
- The UTC employs approximately 200 peer tutors each academic year
- 101 Park Shops