Peer tutoring

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Vet Peer Assisted Coaching (VetPAC) is a free service provided by the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) to help students improve CVM competencies, and study and time management skills.

VetPAC coaches are students with strong academic records, trained to help peers who need academic assistance through one-on-one or small group tutoring sessions.

VetPac Requirements

VetPac is designed for students with a course grade of C or below. Tutoring sessions last 1-2 hours and are scheduled weekly. Students seeking help are required to participate in at least three VetPAC sessions.

Prepare for your VetPac session

Come to your VetPac session with class readings and assignments complete. Bring course materials with you.

VetPAC walk-in hours

VetPac tutoring will be provided online, by appointment,¬†while library buildings are closed.¬†Contact Joe Douglass ([email protected]) to schedule your appointment.

Walk-in coaching is not currently available.