Tutoring Schedules

Here you will find the walk-in schedules for the most commonly tutored subjects. Simply click on the subject to view the calendar and availability for your course. The tutoring lab usage policy will help acquaint you with the tutoring lab activities and explain what you can expect during your visit.

Please see the MSRC subject-based schedule for your courses below. Please note that this schedule is subject to change, and is not generally finalized until after the Drop-Add period in any given semester due to the changing schedules of tutors. Please check in with Tutoring Lab Supervisors during this period for the most up-to-date tutoring subject availability.

Location: 1810 Liacouras Walk, Room 208

Select a Calendar to View(You may have to scroll down to see the entire day's schedule)

Please select a Calendar to view.(You may have to scroll down to see the entire day's schedule)

Tutoring at Ambler

Location: Learning Center, Room 102.

Explore the calendar below for live one-on-one tutoring.

Visit your Bb MSRC Online Tutoring Organization for instructions on remote tutoring.

Tutoring at TUCC

MSRC Online Tutoring from TUCC Room 618. Visit your Bb MSRC Online Tutoring Organization for instructions.

Tutoring Lab Usage Policy

Using the Lab:

  1. Your TU student ID is required every time you use the MSRC lab. No exceptions will be made.
  2. Scan in using your Temple Student ID and leave your ID with the Supervisor. Scanning in allows the MSRC to measure lab usage and to staff the center properly. When you leave, remember to scan out and pick up your ID.
  3. Check in with the Supervisor-On-Duty. If you need a tutor, tell the supervisor, and he/she will put you on the waitlist.  Only the Supervisor can assign a tutor. All tutoring is conducted in the tutoring lab at 1810 Liacouras Walk-Rm. 208.

Working with a Tutor:

  1. The length of tutoring sessions varies. The time for each session is determined by the number of tutors and the number of students waiting to see a tutor. During peak times, a tutor can spend up to 20 minutes with a student.  A tutor may have you begin work on a problem while he/she assists another student and then return to you.
  2. Do not help yourself to a tutor. Although there may be tutors at the tutor station, they might not tutor your course.  Only a supervisor can assign a tutor.
  3. Requesting a tutor during walk-in hours. If you feel more comfortable with a specific tutor and decide only to come when he/she is working, you must wait until that tutor can work with you. No special arrangements will be made.
  4. Tutoring by Appointment. See the Supervisor-on-duty for the current availability and guidelines of scheduled tutoring.
  5. Feedback is important to us. If you have a problem with a tutor, a recommendation, or any other comment, please talk to the Supervisor-On-Duty.

Class Work and Assignments:

  1. We are a supplement to your course and NOT a replacement. We work best if you have specific questions. If you have not prepared by working on your assignment, you will be asked to return after you have attempted the work.

What we do: You were doing your homework and got stuck on # 7.
What we do NOT do: You start your assignment and/or review and expect the tutor to go through each problem with you.

  1. Plan. Do not cram!! Using the MSRC on a regular basis works. Waiting until the last minute does not.
  2. Bring your notes and textbook. Tutoring is most productive if the tutor follows the method your professor uses in class.
  3. We cannot work with any “take home” assignments. The best we can do is work on a similar problem that helps explain a concept.

Lab Rules:

    • All CELL PHONES, PAGERS, AUDIO and MOBILE Communication Devices must be TURNED OFF or set to VIBRATE/SILENT. If you choose to take a call or a break while working with or waiting for a tutor, you will lose your spot on the waitlist.
    • No eating is permitted in the tutoring lab. Only drinks are allowed.
    • Keep socializing to a minimum. All non-academic conversations should be taken outside.
    • Be respectful of others. All students must abide by the code of conduct, sexual harassment policy and all other policies set forth by Temple to ensure a healthy learning environment. Click the link for the TU Code of Conduct.