96% Improved Grades

96% of students reported improved grades and more confidence after a Tutor.com session.***

84% vs. 68%

84% of students who used Tutor.com received a passing grade vs. 68% of students who did not use Tutor.com.**

88% vs. 70%

88% of students who used Tutor.com reenrolled the next term vs. 70% of students who did not use Tutor.com.**

Studying That Fits Your Schedule

24/7 online tutoring for IWU students!

IWU National & Global offers FREE on-demand, online tutoring through Tutor.com. Stuck on a problem? Want someone to review your paper? Tutors are available to you 24/7—even at 2:00 a.m.!

When you log in to your free Tutor.com account, you'll be able to:

  • Connect one-on-one with one of 3,000+ highly qualified tutors
  • View recordings of your previous sessions
  • Drop off an essay for review and feedback
  • Save your favorite tutors and see their schedule of availability

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there tutoring available for my classes?
Tutors are available to help you across a wide range of subject areas like business, accounting, math, English, writing, statistics, chemistry, and much more!

How do I access the tutoring services?
Once you are a student you can easily access the tutoring services right inside your courses.

Is there an additional charge for these services?
No. It is completely free to all our IWU National and Global students.

Can I review my previous sessions?
Yes. Session transcripts are offered and available immediately to students via email after a session or are accessible on the Tutor.com homepage.

A student receiving university ADA accommodations or is a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces may qualify for additional tutoring services.

Questions? Please visit the Academic Support & Tutoring page on your student portal.

*United States, National Center for Education Statistics, "Table 326.10." https://nces.ed.gov/programs/digest/d15/tables/dt15_326.10.asp 
**Ruffalo Noel Levitz, "Efficacy Study: Final Report April 2015 for Tutor.com" (Report, United States of America, 2015)
***Based on thousands of surveys submitted by Tutor.com users in 2016