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The Multicultural Business Program offers free tutorial services to undergraduate students during the Fall and Spring semester on a first come first serve basis. This service provides approximately 200-350 students each semester with support in ten core business courses. Our tutors help students review concepts, practice problem solving and applications for these specific course.


MBP currently offers tutorial assistance in the following areas.

  • ACC 201
  • ACC 202
  • EC 201
  • EC 202
  • MTH 1825
  • MTH 103
  • MTH 124

Find a Tutor

Students are assigned tutorial sessions on a semester-by-semester basis. These tutorial sessions meet twice a week and occur on either Monday’s and Wednesday’s or Tuesday’s and Thursday’s. Sign-up for MBP’s tutorial services begin during the first week of class each semester. Due to student demand, tutorial sessions fill up fast and usually all tutorial spaces are full within the first three weeks of the semester. Applications are availableĀ onlineĀ or at the reception desk outside 418 Eppley Center.

Become a Tutor

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Tutorial positions are filled primarily through advance hiring at the end of each semester for the following academic semester. However, some vacancies are filled at the beginning of each semester due to increased student demand. Applications are available at the MBP reception desk outside room 418 Eppley Center.

Reminder: If you drop the course you are being tutored in and want to cancel your tutorial session, wish to change the subject in which you are being tutored, or need to update your schedule of availability, you will need to contact the Tutorial Coordinator at 517.353.3524 or stop by 417 Eppley Center for instruction on how to make the above changes.

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