University Tutorial Services

Peer Tutoring

Scheduled peer tutoring for specific courses can be set up through Husky Success before 5 p.m. the day before the session. Students can see the availability of tutors who support the courses they are taking and schedule appointments directly in the Husky Success system.

The majority of peer tutoring will take place via Zoom; however, tutors and tutees, if they both agree, can request to meet in person in UTS (SSC013) assuming they following required protocols — masks, social distance, and disinfecting.

After Hours Peer Tutoring

Starting February 15th

Monday to Thursday, 5 to 10 p.m.

Many courses are available for after hours tutoring through Microsoft Teams. You can drop off a question and talk with a tutor live, it can be through chat or through video/audio based on preference. If there isn’t a tutor after hours, see Husky Success and/or NetTutor instructions.

Join our Teams page to ask a tutor a question

  Karen Hamman |
  Student Services Center 27A | 570-389-5179

Graduate Assistant
  Alexa Doran |

  Julia Gusick |
  Student Services Center 013 | 570-389-5133
Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Peer Tutor
Peer Tutor
Peer Tutor


Students unable to connect with a peer tutor should work with NetTutor for support. Students can link to it directly from the home page in BOLT. Many subjects are staffed 24/7 by professional tutors and all others have generous hours of availability. More information can be found in the NetTutor Quick Reference Guide.

All content areas are available, including:

  • accounting,
  • anthropology
  • biology
  • business
  • chemistry
  • computer science
  • economics
  • finance
  • languages
  • marketing
  • math
  • physics
  • political science
  • psychology

And plenty more!


Our mission is to assist Bloomsburg University undergraduates in experiencing learning success, to help student clients (tutees) to strengthen their academic performance, to provide individualized assistance, to foster interest in BU courses, and to aid tutees in achieving learning independence.