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Tutoring Options on Campus

Free and Fee-Based Opportunities

Fee-Based Tutors/Mentors

Fee-Based Tutoring

The Office of Student Disability Services has been offering one-on-one tutoring/mentoring services to individuals with disabilities for over 20 years. Although the origin of this program was designed to provide services to individuals with disabilities, our tutoring program is available to any Murray State University undergraduate student attending the main campus.

The success of this program is centered on the one-on-one attention that students receive. Students are paired with experienced, qualified and successful peers who are equipped to provide specific academic support, time management/organizational skills, and study strategies. Supports for most 100 and 200 level courses are readily available, and most often, with advanced notice, provisions in upper-level courses can also be arranged.

Students may request 1-6 hours a week of one-on-one tutoring at a cost of $225 per semester for each hour requested:

1 hour a week = $225 a semester
2 hours a week = $450 a semester
3 hours a week = $675 a semester
4 hours a week = $900 a semester
5 hours a week = $1,125 a semester
6 hours a week = $1,350 a semester

Charges will be directly applied to your student's account allowing for financial aid, scholarships and/or grant monies to cover the expense. Students also have the option of enrolling in the Murray State University Payment Plan program through their myGate account, allowing payments to be made over the course of the semester.

For more information please contact:
Student Disability Service

Private Math Tutoring

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics has several tutors who are available for private tutoring sessions for Fall 2021. For more information, please contact the department chair, Dr. Ed Thome, at or 270.809.3718.