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WLLL Language Support Center

The Department of World Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics offers free tutoring for students in the following classes:

Located in the newly renovated World Languages Tutoring Center room 330 of Hodges Hall, the Language Support Center provides face-to-face and online tutoring sessions for students of world languages.

Tutoring sessions are 30 minutes each.

  • Drop-in tutoring is available for class levels 101-204.
  • Tutoring by appointment is also available during the fall semester.  

Click on Navigate in your links

to register and request a tutor for your language.

Click "Schedule a General Event" in the menu box on the right of the Navigate page.
Fill-in the form that will pop-up on the left of the screen.
  • Care Unit = Tutoring
  • Location = WLLL Language Support Center
  • Service = Course-Based Tutoring
  • Course = Type in the name of the language course you want help with. Example: RUSS 102
  • Select an Organizer = Choose the tutor available for the language.
  • Choose a Time to Meet = Choose the date and time the tutor is available.
  • An appointment will be scheduled in your calendar and the tutor's calendar.
Hours Fall 2021
Face-to-Face: The Tutoring Center will be operating face-to-face in room 330 Hodges Hall.

Availability for drop-in tutoring will be TWR from 11:00am - 3:00pm each day depending upon tutor availability. 

Tutors will be available for drop-in sessions for the following languages.

    Arabic      by appointment only                           Italian
by appointment only                           Japanese TWR 12:30-1:30 and 6-7pm
                                                                   Russian TR 11:30am-12:30pm
    German                                                                 Spanish  TR 11:30-1:30pm

Online: Tutoring online in your language may be possible depending upon tutor availability.

Interested in becoming a foreign language tutor? 
Do you enjoy studying another language?  Are you interested in helping another student understand and appreciate that language? Then you should be a WLLL tutor.  You can earn an hourly wage and/or receive internship credit.
If you are interested in becoming a tutor for a future semester,
then please complete this FORM.