Peer Tutoring

Students generally realize they need help in a subject within the first two weeks of the semester. Tutoring is a great place to start your successful academic career. Not only will you become more proficient in the course you are tutored in (on average, 95% of students receiving more than four hours of tutoring a semester pass their course), but most tutors are upper level UT students who have been where you are and can relate to what you are going through. Besides their knowledge of subject material, they are a great source for answers to questions you may have about other resources on campus. Tutors are available for traditionally challenging courses in science, math, statistics, accounting, finance, economics, languages and more. Tutoring is held at the IT Annex which is located directly behind the UT pool. The only exceptions are for anatomy and physiology, which is held in the A&P lab, and languages, which are held in the Language Lab, Riverside Building.

Check out the current tutoring schedule, and stop by for tutoring!

  • Walk-in basis, no appointments needed
  • Daily, evening and weekend hours available

Graduate level tutors are available by appointment for the following classes: ACC 500, ACC 610, ECO 500, FIN 500 and ITM 500. Email ace@ut.edu for more information.

Note: In order to accommodate students effectively and efficiently, please come to your tutoring session prepared with questions, books, practice test, etc.

Exam times are very busy for tutors, and priority is given to those students who have come to ACE tutoring regularly for assistance.

Additional Questions/Comments? Email ace@ut.edu or call (813) 257-5757.



Interested in becoming a tutor?

ACE is always looking for good scholars who are interested in tutoring other students. If you have at least a 3.0 GPA, sophomore standing or higher, and received an A or AB in the subject you wish you tutor, then you are eligible to apply to be a tutor. Please stop by the Academic Success Center or contact ace@ut.edu for an application. All applications must be returned with your most current unofficial transcript. Recommendations from UT professors will be given priority.