Business & Economics Tutoring

Spring 23 tutoring and scheduling information will be available by Monday 02/06.

Tutoring for select courses is available in small groups by appointment only during the fall and spring semesters. Spring 2023 tutoring begins 02/06 and ends 05/12.


What tutoring is available during the semester?

Fall 22 tutoring sessions are available for the following business and economics courses:

  • ACCT 201, 202
  • EBTM 250, 251
  • ECON 201, 202, 205, 306
  • FIN 330, 331
  • LEGL 225

Where and when is tutoring offered?

Fall 22 in-person and online small-group hour-long tutoring appointments are available from 9/6 - 12/9. All Business and Economics tutoring appointments must be scheduled 24 hours in advance.

  • To make an appointment, visit TutorTrac™ and follow these instructions.
    • For in-person appointments choose the Business & Liberal Arts Center
      • In-person appointments will be held in the Academic Commons, Cook Library, Room 345.
      • Let the front desk staff know that you've arrived

    • For online appointments choose the Business & Liberal Arts Online Center
      • Online sessions will be offered via Zoom
      • When it is time for your session, click on our Fall 22 Online Tutoring Room Link
      • Be prepared to tell the TLC staff member the following information when you enter Zoom: your name, the course name, and your TU ID#
  • Need help with attending or accessing tutoring?
    • Beginning 9/5, TLC staff are available to help via phone 410-704-2291 (M-Th 8:30 - 7, F 8:30 - 5) or via email at

Schedule your tutoring

Make an Appointment

*Please note schedules are subject to change.

Tutoring Policies

Visit the Tutoring page to review our tutoring policies.


Come prepared. 

Compile a list of questions and bring all relevant course materials (e.g., class notes, textbook(s), returned tests or quizzes, etc.) to your session. Tutoring sessions can be canceled if you arrive unprepared. 

Get to know your tutor's role.

All peer tutors are recommended by TU faculty members and their job is to assist you in understanding significant course concepts, develop problem-solving strategies and suggest study techniques. Tutors will not complete or assist with specific homework, project, writing and/or research assignments. Tutors may not be able to answer all questions. 

Share your feedback.

We want to hear about your experiences with our services. You can provide your feedback in two ways:

  • Share feedback by logging-in to TutorTrac™
  • Share feedback after the final exam period closes.