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Tutoring in Idaho Falls

University Tutoring offers math, writing, and content area tutoring in Idaho Falls. All programs are located in CHE 220. For more information, please call 208-282-3662 (Pocatello) or email

Math Tutoring in Idaho Falls

In summer 2018, math tutoring is available through the Content Area Tutoring program. To get a math tutor, fill out a Tutor Request Form and email it to us at You can also fill out a paper form and slip it under the door of CHE 220.

In fall and spring semesters, you don't need an appointment to meet with a math tutor. Just come to CHE 220 at one of the times listed below and check in and out on the computer. You'll sit down and start working on your math problems.

Writing Tutoring in Idaho Falls

Make your Writing Center appointment

The Writing Center isn't just for your English classes: you can get feedback on things like anthropology papers, biology lab reports, and scholarship applications, too! You'll want to make an appointment to work with a writing tutor, but you can "walk in" during regular tutoring hours if the tutor doesn't already have an appointment. Reserve a time in our appointment book that works with your schedule. You can make a 30- minute appointment for a 1-4 page paper and a 60-minute appointment for a paper of 5 pages or more.

If none of the available times works for you, you can also use our appointment book to schedule an online (chat room) appointment with a tutor in our Pocatello Writing Center.

Content Area Tutoring in Idaho Falls

Tutor Request Form

Content Area Tutoring Offers small-group tutoring in subjects like biology, history, and spanish. To get a tutor, fill out a Tutor Request Form. Print out the PDF file or pick one up at the Tutoring office, CHE 220. Return the completed request form either by

  • emailing the completed form to as an email attachment,
  • bring the completed application back to CHE 220 when the room is open,
  • or slip it under the door if the room is closed.

When we receive your application, we'll see if we have any tutors for that course whose schedules work with yours.

  • If so, we'll send you an email with your tutor's name and contact information. The two of you will get in touch and, together with other members of your group, you'll decide on a time and a place to meet.
  • If not, we'll work on recruiting one and we'll email you.
  • If the class you're being tutored in is 3 credits or more, you can have up to 3 hours of tutoring per week. Some students choose to use all available hours; others are happy with one or two.

The CAT coordinator is usually in CHE 220 in the mornings, but you can also email with any questions.