Ohio University


Fall Semester 2020

Writing Support

Regional campus students in need of writing support can connect with a full-time faculty member to schedule one-on-one, remote assistance.

  • Matt Holman, PhD
    • Email Dr. Holman (holmanm@ohio.edu) to arrange a session through Microsoft Teams. Dr. Holman will work to find a time that fits your schedule.
  • Dan Kline, PhD
  • Scott Minar, PhD
    • Email Dr. Minar (minar@ohio.edu) to arrange a session through Zoom. Dr. Minar will be available on Wednesday and Thursday from 8:00am-12:00pm.

Peer Tutoring: Math and Writing

Students can connect with peer tutors through drop-in and individualized appointments. Peer tutoring is available from the Ohio University Chillicothe Student Success Center. The center creates and maintains a welcoming and supportive learning environment for students - at all levels of proficiency - who need academic immediate assistance. Services are free of charge for all currently enrolled OHIO students.

Writing Support

  • Quick questions: Pop in during open hours, available through TEAMS M-TH, from 12 - 1:00 PM and 6 – 7:00 PM WRITING OPEN
  • Individual appointment: Schedule an individualized appointment at WRITING APPT
  • Other needs or questions: Contact Debra Nickles, OHIO Chillicothe Writing Center Director (nickles@ohio.edu)

Math Support

  • Quick questions: Pop in during open hours, available through Microsoft Teams M-TH, from 12 - 1:00 PM and 6 – 7:00 PM  MATH OPEN
  • Individual appointment: Schedule an individualized appointment at MATH APPT.
    • All tutors can assist with MATH D003, D004, D005, 1200, and 1300.  Tutoring is also available at select times for Math 1090, 1101/1102, 1350, 2301, and 2500.
  • Other needs or questions: Contact Kimber Lang, OHIO Chillicothe Math Center Director (langk@ohio.edu)

University Tutoring Services

The Academic Achievement Center (AAC) provides online tutoring appointments that empower students to achieve independent academic success. Students meet with peer tutors to review principles, learn content-specific study strategies, and deepen knowledge in historically difficult courses across many disciplines. Similarly, students engage writing tutors to collaborate at any point during the writing process to focus ideas and polish their expression. The AAC’s services are free to students enrolled at Ohio University’s main or regional campuses.

Beginning the second week of the fall semester, online tutoring appointments are available during the following times:

  • Mondays – Thursdays: 9am - 8pm
  • Fridays: 9am - 5pm
  • Sundays: 4pm - 8pm

For more information, the latest updates, and details on using our TutorTrac scheduling system, visit www.ohio.edu/uc/aac/tutoring-services.  In addition to scheduling via TutorTrac, students can also make weekly or one-time appointments on the same-day or in advance by calling the AAC at 740-566-8888 or emailing a tutoring request to tutoring@ohio.edu.


What Is Tutoring?

Tutoring is one person helping another person develop the skills necessary to become an independent learner.

Why Should I Get A Tutor?

Tutoring can provide you with an opportunity to gain a more individualized learning experience. Working with a peer tutor can help you improve your academic performance within a subject area, and learn valuable study skills that can help you in all of your classes.

Request A Tutor

What Are My Tutoring Options?

Student and peer tutors work with students individually or in small groups. All Ohio University Southern students are eligible for up to two hours of tutoring per week, at no cost.

Who Are The Ohio University Southern Tutors?

OUS tutors are students that have achieved a minimum of a 3.0 cumulative grade point average, and have earned at least a “B” in the subjects they are tutoring. Tutors receive training and have the primary goal of helping students achieve academic independence.

For Which Classes Are Tutors Available?

The majority of tutoring is provided for 1000 and 2000 level courses. Upper level students can usually make arrangements with their instructors for the help they need.

Tutor availability is not guaranteed for any class, however every effort will be made to ensure that a student is paired with a tutor upon request.

How Do I Request A Tutor?

To request a tutor, come to The Student Resource Commons (or the main office at the Proctorville Center) and complete a Tutor Request Form.


For more information contact:

Suzi Bloomfield
Student Resource Commons