The UH Chapter of Psi Chi is proud to offer free psychology tutoring services for UH students. Tutoring is provided by volunteer Psi Chi members who excelled in and enjoyed the psychology courses they tutor for.
Volunteering for the Psi Chi – UH Tutoring Program
By volunteering as a tutor, Psi Chi members can earn points which help reduce chapter dues. Additionally, maintaining a consistent volunteer commitment to the Psi Chi – UH Tutoring Program is a great addition to your resume and a perfect way contribute to the organization. New tutors are always needed for all major UH psychology courses and Psi Chi members are encouraged to apply.
To volunteer as a tutor, you must have earned at least an A- in the courses you wish to tutor for. You may commit to one or more semesters at a time and tutoring is scheduled according to your availability. Volunteer tutors earn 25 points per one hour study session, and any volunteer hours are also recorded in your Get Involved volunteer log.
To apply as a volunteer tutor, please click here.
For questions about volunteering as a tutor, please email email@example.com or see the current Psi Chi secretary.
Requesting free Tutoring Services from the Psi Chi – UH Tutoring Program
Tutoring is available in the following classes (pending available tutor):
- Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 1300)
- Research Methods in Psychology (PSYC 2301)
- Social Psychology (PSYC 2380)
- Statistics in Psychology (PSYC 3301)
- I/O Psychology (PSYC 3310)
- Psychology of Personality (PSYC 3325)
- Physiological Psychology (PSYC 3341)
- Cognitive Psychology (PSYC 3350)
To schedule a study session with a tutor, please click here.
For questions about tutoring services, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or see the current Psi Chi secretary.
Please note that scheduling is subject to tutor availability and therefore not guaranteed.
We recommend seeking tutoring help as soon as possible if you are having trouble in a certain class. Waiting until only a few days before a test to schedule a study session may be too late.
For more information and additional tutoring resources, please visit www.tutoring.uhpsichi.org.