Extensive tutoring hours are available for common core courses such as calculus, physics, chemistry, psychology, basic and advanced academic writing, basic commuter programming, and program courses for all levels. KOLT also offers large group review sessions to help students prepare for midterm and final exams. KOLT study halls, available for high-demand courses, provide an open working space for students to tackle class-specific assignments and exam preparations with close access to an on-duty, supervising tutor.
Tutoring services are offered only for courses with faculty approval, and instructors have executive control over the specific forms of support they permit KOLT tutors to offer their students.
KOLT tutors are nominated by or selected in cooperation with faculty. To be eligible to serve as a tutor, they must have received an A+ / A / A- in the course and have strong communication skills. Please visit our “How to Become a Tutor” page to learn more about serving as a tutor at KOLT.
Please view our current schedule to find a tutoring session that suits your needs.
If you are a faculty member wishing to receive tutoring for your course, please contact KOLT at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a student who needs assistance in a course not currently covered by the Tutoring Center, please stop by LIB Z06 to meet with KOLT staff and make arrangements for tutoring support.
Students and faculty can also call the KOLT office (0212) 338 1755 or email email@example.com for additional assistance.
Tutoring Center offers “peer help” or “peer learning” for students. Students enhance their learning by sharing their ideas with others and participating in activities in which they can learn from their peers. The ability to work collobratively with others, give and receive feedback, and evaluate their own learning skills can be developed by participating in peer learning activities.
Our tutors will be supporting you via MS Teams. Once you log into Teams with your KU ID, you can reach our tutors by searching for them by name. Please do not use Turkish characters when searching for names on MS Teams.
Tutors will be available according to the schedule provided in the following link. Tutoring services are available on a first-come first-served basis. The tutor will be available during the time period stated in the schedule. If you cannot reach the tutor during the time period stated in the schedule, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can view our current e-tutoring schedule.
KOLT offers online tutoring services for courses, allowing students who cannot come to the tutoring center in person to access our support services remotely. Students can join a live communication session with on-duty tutors via MS Teams. Our e-tutoring sessions are available via Teams an online meeting platform that enables video calls and screen-sharing experiences across multiple devices without the need to download additional software or applications.
Summer 2021 E-Tutoring Schedule
Please find the up-to-date Summer 2021 tutoring schedule here: http://kolttutoring.com/schedule/. To attend, please call tutors on Teams during their posted tutoring hours.
KOLT tutors are nominated by or selected in cooperation with faculty. To be eligible to serve as a tutor, they must have received an A+ / A / A- in the course and have strong communication skills. Please consult professor of the course to serve as a tutor.
If you are interested in serving as a tutor, please contact KOLT to express you interest by emailing email@example.com or stopping by our office (LIB Z06).