Click the Student Login! > button above, which will either automatically log you into eTutoring or open the WyoLogin page. (If the WyoLogin page is already open, enter your UW username and password, and select the LOGIN button.)
American Sign Language
Anatomy & Physiology
Computer Science (Java & C++ only)
Math (Developmental through Trigonometry)
(Intro to) Psychology
Web Development (xHTML, CSS, and Adobe Dreamweaver)
Writing (Synchronous and Asynchronous)—Now accepting graduate student submissions!
The eWriting Lab allows you to submit a draft of your paper to a tutor, ask for specific feedback, and receive a tutor's response within 24-48 hours.
Live Tutoringvia eChat allows you to meet with a tutor in one-on-one tutoring sessions via a fully interactive, virtual online environment. Live sessions are offered in every subject but writing.
Theoffline eQuestions allow you to leave a specific question for an eTutor, who will respond within 48 hours (but usually sooner). eQuestions may be submitted for any of the subject areas covered.
Following the completion of each eTutoring session, you will receive an email from eTutoring.org asking you to click on a link and fill out a two-question survey on your eTutoring experience. Please take a few minutes to give us the feedback we need to improve our site and our services.
If you have technical issues with this site, please visit tech support at https://www.etutoring.org/support/index.cfm. On this site, you'll find tech support's hours and phone number, as well as access to Live Support via online chat. To submit a service request, you'll need to click on "Create an Account" first. Tech support can help you make sure your computer is ready for eTutoring. However, they cannot help you with login and password issues. For login issues, please contact Jess Willford at email@example.com.