Private Tutoring

As a service to the community, the Department of Mathematics and Statistics maintains a list of students who are available for private tutoring.  These students are generally graduate students within our department that have indicated they would be willing to offer private tutoring services.

The Department merely connects the client to the tutors: meeting locations, pay rates, and meeting times are all worked out between the student and tutor individually. 

Subjects/Courses for private tutoring include:

  • Algebra
  • Calculus I and II
  • High School Math classes
  • Intro to Proof and Problem Solving and Combinatorics
  • Linear Algebra
  • Linear Regression
  • Mathematical Statistics
  • Multivariable Calculus
  • Newtonian Physics with or without calculus
  • Pre-Calculus
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Trigonometry

The department does not explicitly or implicitly recommend any tutor nor guarantee the quality of service. Any individual employing the services of a tutor is responsible for determining if the tutor is capable of providing the assistance needed.

To employ the services of a private tutor, please contact Robert Pike at with a short description of the service you are seeking.