Academic success takes planning and effort. Treat it as your first full-time job.

Academic success involves spending time outside the classroom preparing for class. In fact, this is vital for achieving course and academic goals. Studies show that for every hour in the classroom you should plan to spend approximately two to three hours outside the classroom studying, organizing notes, reading assignments, and completing group projects.

Free Tutoring

All Malone undergraduate students may take advantage of the free tutoring offered for most 100 and 200 level undergraduate courses.

Appointment Requests

Please submit a Tutor Request Form.

Students and tutors will meet in the Tutoring Center, Founders Hall 34. Additional private tutoring rooms are available for overflow in FH 36, 37, and 60.  All subject area tutoring, including math, will take place in Founders Hall.

Confirmation emails will be sent for all tutoring requests. Tutoring services are free; however, no-shows for scheduled appointments will be charged $20.

Professional tutoring

Students can also take advantage of professional tutoring, a fee-based service provided upon request. Students with disabilities are given priority. Charges will be applied to student accounts in the Business Office. For information on fees, please contact the Center for Student Success at 330-471-8250.

  • Tier I provides up to 20 hours of tutoring per semester
  • Tier II provides 21-30 hours of tutoring per semester
  • Tier III provides 31-40 hours of professional tutoring

Download the professional tutoring brochure here

Download the professional tutoring contract here

Appointment Requests

Please contact Jen Vannest at 330-471-8321 or at  jvannest@malone.edu to apply for professional tutoring services and schedule your first appointment.

Additional requests

Please fill out the Tutoring Request Form

Requests for tutoring help for 300 and 400 level courses will be met if possible, but are not guaranteed. In the upper-level courses, it is best for students to take the initiative to form a small study group of equally serious students and work directly with instructors during their office hours.