For those of you who are new to our services here is some quick information about how our program works. Tutoring services acts as a match making service. EUS members are matched up with students in Lethbridge and the surrounding communities who would like some extra help. Parents pay EUS a $25 registration fee to use our services. The fee goes towards scholarships for education students and is only deposited once a successful tutoring match has been made. After tutors are set up with a student, they work out the time commitment with the parents of the student being tutored. We require parents to pay tutors a minimum of $15/hr for grades 1-8 and $20/hr for grades 9-12.
Parents wishing to sign their child up for tutoring services must fill out the parent request form and drop it off with a cheque for $25 made out to the Education Undergraduate Society. Forms are available online or outside of the EUS office.
Cheques and forms can be mailed to:
University of Lethbridge EUS
Room TH368A Faculty of Education
4401 University Drive W
Lethbridge AB, T1K 3M4
**New Fax number** 403-332-4400
Parent Request Form (pdf)
We appreciate everyone who signed up for tutoring last year. If you are not yet signed up for tutoring this year, please feel free to fill out a form and hand it in at any time. Forms are available online or outside the EUS office. A new tutoring form must be filled out at the beginning of every school year.
We encourage people to get involved with tutoring. Tutoring is a great way of getting familiar with curriculum, and it is a job that fits everyone’s schedule. It looks good on a resume too! If you have any questions or concerns about tutoring services please email the tutoring director at (firstname.lastname@example.org). Thanks and good luck with the semester!
Tutoring Form (pdf)
All tutoring shall take place in the public or university library. If tutoring is to take place in the home of the student the EUS will not be held accountable for any incidents that happen, Should extenuating circumstances arise in which a public location is not possible, please contact the EUS with your concerns.