We know your life isn't 9-5, and your tutoring doesn't have to be, either. M State has partnered with Tutor.com to provide our students FREE online tutoring to support your academic success. Tutors are available 24/7, so you can study on your own schedule.
Subject areas supported include accounting, English, economics, computer science, healthcare, math, writing and more.
To access Tutor.com, log into your D2L Brightspace account and click on Tutor.com in the drop-down menu under Academic Resources. For more information, check out these resources:
- Tutor.com How to Access video
- Tutor.com How It Works Guide
- Tutor.com Writing Guide
- Student Tutor.com Testimonial
While Tutor.com offers 24/7 service, immediate access to tutors in your chosen area may not be available. Make sure to plan ahead.
- You have 15 hours of free access per year.
- Tutoring is not available for every course. If you need help in a course, let us or your instructor know.
- While we understand online tutoring might not be for everyone, we encourage you to give it a try. If you live near an M State campus, you are also welcome to use the tutoring services available in the campus libraries.
For assistance with Tutor.com, please visit with your campus' Academic Specialist.
M State Virtual Support
To meet with an Academic Specialist virtually, view your options in D2L:
Log into SpartanNet and click on D2L Brightspace. Go to your course list (the grouping of nine squares at the top of the page) and click on eTutoring for a list of available tutors who can assist you.
Virtual support hours: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday
M State On-campus Support
M State has Academic Specialists located on each campus, in the library. Students and faculty are invited to stop into your campus library and meet with an Academic Specialist to learn more about the supports available on your campus.
Click here for library hours on your campus.
Peer Tutor Support
Click here to view and book an appointment with an M State Peer ("student") Tutor. Note: dates and tutoring subject matter varies by campus and semester.