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Due to the rigor, intensity, and academic standard of required nursing and EHS courses, it is not unusual for any student to seek and benefit from tutoring assistance.

Academic Tutoring

Academic Tutoring can include:

  • Clarification of challenging course specific concepts and content
  • Study strategies
  • Test taking proficiency
  • Organization and time-management skills
  • One-on-one or small group tutoring

Tutoring is provided by graduate teaching assistants.


Clinical Tutoring

Clinical tutoring is offered by our graduate teaching assistants who are all registered nurses. You can sign up for a session to practice any clinical skill 1:1 with a teaching assistant.

Tutoring focus can include:

  • Specific clinical skills (e.g. suctioning, central-line care)
  • All aspects of medication administration
  • Organization and prioritization of patient care
  • Care plan development and application of all phases of the nursing process
  • Clinical reasoning
  • Establishing a therapeutic relationship
  • Documentation

Tutoring is provided by simulation and lab education coordinators.


Click here to schedule a tutoring session.


“I come every week with 3 of my friends and the tutor helps us to connect what we learned in patho with the diseases we are studying in med-surg. Sometimes she has us watch videos and we discuss the diseases, the meds and the labs. It helps us to put it all together.”

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