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Q: Can I find a tutor for most any subject?
A: We offer tutoring in English, math, accounting, and IT courses, but some tutors may be available for other subjects. Call to check.
Q: How long will the session take?
A: Sessions are set to last 30 minutes. If you need more time, talk with the tutor about it at your session. You may be tutored in a subject for one session a day.
Q: How much do tutors charge for private tutoring?
A: Nothing! It's free to LDS Business College students.
Q: How many times per week can they tutor?
A: Call or stop by the LAL (Learning Assistants Lab) to check tutor schedules.
Q: Are tutors available every day?
A: Yes. Tutors are available Monday through Friday. You may also schedule for Saturdays and evenings for some tutors by contacting them personally.
Q: Do I need to make an appointment to see a tutor?
A: Yes, but math is available by drop-in. Visit the Learning Lab or see "Making An Appointment" to check a tutor's schedule. You may also stop by the Learning Assistance Lab office (403), or contact us by phone (801-524-8118).
Q: Can I be a tutor?
A: Yes, but there are a few requirements. You must have a recommendation from an instructor in the topic you desire to tutor, an interview with the Learning Assistance Lab Director, and tutor under observation before being hired. All student tutors are also required to enroll in the Tutor Training course. Visit with the Learning Assistance Lab Director if you are interested.
Q: Do I have to be a student to use the Learning Assistance Lab?
A: Yes, the Learning Assistance Lab is for students of LDS Business College only.
Q: How can I contact the Learning Assistance Lab?
A: Visit our contact page for the office phone number and email address.
Q: Are there group help sessions?
A: Yes, form a group and consult a tutor to make arrangements. Math drop-in tables are labeled by subject to allow group work.
Q: How do I arrange to test in the Learning Assistance Lab?
A: For placement and accommodation testing, you would make an appointment through the Learning Assistance Lab in person or by phone. For any other testing, check with your instructor or the Learning Assistance Lab Director.
Q: What identification do I need to take a test?
A: A picture ID is needed for all tests.
Q: Can I bring my food and drinks into the Learning Assistance Lab?
A: No food or drink is allowed near computers. If you are being tutored with food, you will need to be seated at tables with no computers. No food or drink is allowed in the testing room.
Q: Are children allowed in the Learning Assistance Lab?
A: No children are allowed. You will need to make other arrangements.
Kathy Skene, Learning Assistance Director