Winter 2021 Tutor of the Quarter!
Each Quarter we feature a tutor who has demonstrated a passion for tutoring and dedication to helping students with learner variability.
Congratulations to Kimmy Chang!
Kimmy Chang is currently a junior and coterm student studying Computer Science & Creative Writing (B.S.) and Management Science & Engineering (M.S.) with an emphasis on AI and digital humanities. She started working at the SLC as a tutor at the beginning of 2021 and has a continued interest in working with students. Kimmy has had multiple years of experience in tutoring high school and college-level mathematics and English students. During the Winter quarter of 2020-2021, she supported three students in CS 161 and SymSys 1.
Work with an Experienced Tutor for the Quarter
The Tutor Connection matches students with learner variability (ADHD, Dyslexia, or other learning differences) with experienced tutors. Our tutors are trained to understand and recognize different approaches to learning, and offer multiple strategies to help students.
If you suspect you may have learner variability, register now to learn more.
For existing members of the Schwab Learning Center who would like to work with a tutor, please email your Learning Specialist directly. If you need help reconnecting with your Learning Specialist, please click the button below.
Core and Introductory Courses Offered
We want to support your academic goals at Stanford, and we are working on your behalf to match you with the resources you need to succeed.
The Tutor Connection offers tutoring in core and introductory courses in the following subjects:
Computational Math & Engineering (CME)
Management Science & Engineering (MS&E)
Learning Specialists Provide Study Strategies
If you feel that you need support with a course that is not supported by our Tutors, our Learning Specialists can provide study strategies in a variety of essential areas that are important to success in both Humanities and STEM coursework. SLC Learning Specialists are experts in helping students develop better reading comprehension, annotation, note-taking, and test-taking skills. In addition, we help students to become more aware of their learning needs, structuring individualized suggestions for building efficient time-management, concentration and overall productivity.
Stanford Resources for Academic Support
If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Tutor Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org