EPASS Tutoring

EPASS Peer Tutoring is designed to provide content specific support while fostering the development of the independent learner. Any student enrolled in an Emory College course that is supported by EPASS is eligible for 2 hours of peer tutoring per week.

The EPASS Peer Tutoring programs operates seven days a week between 8:30 a.m. and 9 p.m. All tutoring appointments take place at Cox Hall Computer Lab, the Math and Science Library, E301 Math and Science Building or the 2nd floor of Woodruff Library under the EPASS banner. For a complete list of all the courses available and to schedule an appointment login to College Connect.

EPASS Peer Tutoring Policies:

  1. You must be a current Emory student enrolled in the course that you are seeking tutoring in.

  2. Each student is eligible for two total hours of EPASS tutoring appointments per week, starting on Sunday and ending on Saturday.

  3. Appointment availability can be seen in College Connect.

  4. You MUST arrive to appointments on time and prepared.

  5. Cancellations can be made through College Connect up to 4 hours in advance of the appointment's scheduled start time. Cancellations made less than 4 hours prior to the appointment start time must be communicated via email directly to the tutor. Cancellations made with less than 4 hours notice will be considered a "No Show" and count toward the student's two hour per week total.

  6. Two "No-Shows" may result in the suspension of your tutoring privileges.

Preparation for an EPASS Tutoring Session

In order to be fully prepared for your EPASS Peer Tutoring appointments please answer the following questions:

  • The topic/concept I am struggling with is:

  • The textbook discusses this topic/concept on the following pages:

  • The problems I have worked on to try and learn this topic/concept are:

  • The steps I have taken on my own investigate this topic/concept are:

If you have additional questions please contact Tammy J. Kim, Senior Associate Director of Academic Support Programs, at tammy.j.kim@emory.edu