Tutoring Resources

College of Business Peer Tutors Program

Tutoring will resume on Sunday, January 28 at 5pm

FREE tutoring in FIN 221, MATH 125/234, and ECON 102/103/202/203/302.

Hours: Sun 5:00 – 9:00pm & Mon – Wed 5:00pm-7:00pm

Location: 1041 BIF

Contact cobtutors@gmail.com with questions.

Meet your Tutors & View the Spring 2018 Detailed Schedule by Class & Tutor


The EY Accountancy Peer Tutor Center offers trained tutors (Accountancy seniors and graduate students) free of charge to assist students who need help. You do not need an appointment.

ACCY 201 & 202: Tutors are available Sunday through Wednesday from 6:30-10:00 p.m. in room 2057 Business Instructional Facility.

ACCY 301, 302, 303, 304, & 312: Tutors are available Sunday through Wednesday from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in room 2007 Business Instructional Facility.


FIN 300 tutoring is available for Fall 2017:

Tuesday 6-8pm in 241 Wohlers Hall

Wednesdays 6-8 and Thursday 6-8pm in 3001 BIF

Office and tutoring hours are posted at  http://www.business.illinois.edu/broker/fin300/tutoringdb.asp 


Econ Tutoring Center
15 David Kinley Hall (basement level)

Tutoring for: Econ 102, 103, 202, 203, 302, 303, and some 400s. MATH 220 and MATH 231 tutoring also available.

There is no cost and students may visit as many times as they need.  The tutors have access to the course text books and syllabi in order to assist students on all our courses. Students should still visit their TA or Instructor during office hours for specific questions about tests or homework.

We will extend these hours during peak times (mid-terms and finals).  Students may read more about the Econ Tutoring Center on our website: http://www.economics.illinois.edu/undergrad/resources/accassistance/, which also provides more information about the tutors.


Check your course webpage for math tutoring organized by the math department. Tutoring is MOST effective when students seek it little by little throughout the semester.  The tutoring rooms are usually packed right before exams, but cramming may not lead to success on math exams.

Some mathematics graduate students are willing to work as private tutors, with fees set individually.  Their contact information, as well as the tutoring locations and hours for courses listed above, are available at


CS 105 OpenLab and TA Office Hours

Schedule available at https://courses.engr.illinois.edu/cs105/html/staff.php

Additional Tutoring and Academic Support Services

DRES maintains a comprehensive list of tutoring options and other academic support services.

Private Tutors

The tutors listed below have requested to have their names included and are not supervised or endorsed by the College of Business. Contact the individual tutor regarding scheduling and fees.

Rachel Turner – SHS – sign language corses.

Aaron Wang – Econ 102, 103, 202, 203, 302 and CS 105