MESA Tutoring

Live updating MESA Tutoring Fall 2020 Schedule via Zoom

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, MESA tutoring transitioned to virtual tutoring via Zoom. If you need help with the Zoom web & video conferencing app please see IT Help Desk or to use it for tutoring, see MESA Tutoring Zoom set up 101.  MESA tutors provide free peer tutoring and learning assistance in several lower division academic subjects within the School of Science & Technology. This tutoring service is available to all SSU students. 

For Fall 2020, we will be offering both tutoring drop-in periods (no sign up) as well as 1:1 tutoring appointments (sign up necessary), with a MESA tutor. See the schedule above for times/links and the below steps for both drop-ins and for appointments. When you begin a session for tutoring, you will use this survey link to sign in for MESA tutoring (see QR code below). 

Don't know what to expect for tutoring? Read below.

Steps: 

1) Remember to check the schedule regularly (it is live updating and may change throughout the semester).

2) If you want a drop in tutoring session, enter the Tutor's Zoom ID, enter the meeting (group tutoring on drop in basis). If you need or want an appointment, then use the google calendar link for that Tutor, to agree to a time to meet in their Zoom room. Please communicate if plans change or need to reschedule. 

3) When beginning a tutoring session (drop in or appointment), please sign in, using the link or the QR code (via your phone). Your Tutor will ask you to do this to start the session. This fall, when you come for tutoring, a tutor will ask you to sign in using a QR code (below) or sign in using the link

Feel free to review Tutoring Expectations before you arrive. Have a great session! 

Please Sign In for MESA Tutoring Fall 2020

Survey Link to Sign In for MESA tutoring 

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