What is peer tutoring?

The Center for Learning, Access, and Student Success (CLASS) provides free tutoring services for undergraduate WFU students who wish to improve their knowledge of and confidence in courses in which they are currently enrolled.

Tutors are students just like you. They’ve taken the classes you’re taken and they know what it’s like to be a student at Wake Forest. During a session, tutors will see what questions you have, they’ll ask questions themselves, they’ll focus on the learning process, and help you work toward your academic goals.

The availability of tutors for specific subjects varies from one semester to the next, however, tutoring is available for most courses that fulfill Divisional Requirements.

You can learn more about your tutors here. Tutors share the professors they had as well as some academic advice!

How do I make an appointment?

Peer Tutoring

CLASS schedules tutoring appointments through a system called WCOnline. Once you have registered and logged in, you will be able to view our schedule of available courses and appointment times.

Some tutors offer virtual sessions in addition to in-person appointments. Make sure to carefully select your session modality.

  • For in-person sessions, you will meet your tutor at their meet-up location listed on your “appointment request form.”
  • For virtual appointments, at the start of your session, log into the schedule, click on your appointment, and select “Start or Join Online Consultation.”

For more information, visit our Frequently Asked Questions.

Need help?

If you have questions or concerns about our peer tutoring program, please contact Laura Denlinger (denlinlc@wfu.edu), Academic Counselor & Tutoring Specialist.