There are several options for tutoring.  Please see the list below or see “Student Services and Activities”  in the UK Bulletin for specific details about tutoring and learning service centers.

“The Study” – Peer Tutoring Program

The peer tutoring program offers free peer tutoring in many intro level courses. The Peer Tutoring Program offers proactive assistance. The goal is to enhance students’ academic experience as early and as often as possible. Peer tutors are undergraduate students who are trained and have taken the courses they are tutoring. All tutoring is done on a walk-in basis, so students are welcome to come in (and even bring their study groups) anytime tutoring is available.  For location and more information look here:

Tau Beta Pi

All engineering students are encouraged to take advantage of the FREE tutoring offered every semester in the 1st floor commons of RGAN,  Sunday -Thursday,  from 3-9 pm each day.   Peer tutors that are engineering upperclassmen who have been successful in all levels of pre-engineering and engineering required courses are there to help you.  Watch for a notice in the Commons area each semester for an announcement regarding the exact starting date (usually about 2 weeks into the term).

In addition, two helpful online resources for assistance with math are “Paul’s Online Math Notes” (a google search will bring up the website) and “Wolfram Alpha”.

Elbert C. Ray eStudio

The Elbert C. Ray eStudio provides free tutoring in writing, oral, visual, and digital communication as well as a green screen, video production, and audio recording studio. We can help you write or revise a paper, offer you feedback on an oral  presentation in our private practice rooms, or assist your with software and hardware for digital projects in any class from WRD and CIS to Honors.  We are especially helpful with technical and scientific projects because we are the only tutoring service on campus staffed  by Engineering graduate and undergraduate students. Individual and group consultations are free and available only to students, faculty, and staff in the College of Engineering. Make an appointment online at or drop by 108 A in RGAN Commons Monday-Thursday from 10am-6pm.

The Writing Center

The Writing Center offers free individual or group consultations for students‚ faculty‚ and staff. The Writing Center provides help for many kinds of writing: class assignments‚ creative writing‚ dissertations‚ scholarly monographs‚ grant applications‚ reports‚ articles‚ scholarship applications‚ and more. While the Writing Center does not provide editing services‚ it does offer instruction in grammar and style and will provide a list of freelance editors for clients producing work that is not earning grades and/or course credit. They are located in the Thomas D. Clark Study on the 5th floor of the Young Library. For more information‚ please call (859) 257–1356‚ or visit their website:

Mathskeller (Math Resource Center), Instructor-based

The Math Resource Center (Mathskeller) is specifically designed for students studying mathematics courses at the University of Kentucky. Tutors are free and available for students in 100–level math courses. Their tutors have excellent knowledge of math‚ as they are Math Graduate students‚ instructors‚ and Math Majors at University of Kentucky. No appointment for tutoring is necessary. The center is located in CB 63‚ which is close to the loading dock in the basement of White Hall Classroom building. Please call (859) 257–6108 or visit their website for more information: Math Resource Center

Center for Academic Resources and Enrichment Services (CARES)

The Center for Academic Resources and Enrichment Services (CARES) provides a comprehensive academic support system and enrichment services.  Go to for more information.