K-12 Tutoring

The K-12 Tutoring program is an initiative from the Office of the President and Office of the Provost. This program is a collaboration between the Academic Success Center, and the College of Education, with support from Computing and Information Technology. Funding for the tutors was provided by the College of Education and the Irvin D. Reid Honors College. The program is to support children of Wayne State University students and employees. We recognize parents played a significant role in their children's learning during the pandemic. We salute you and are here to support you.

Tutors for the K-12 tutoring program are highly trained students from the College of Education. They are also in the pre-student teaching or student teaching phase and have completed a fingerprinted background check.

Tutoring is available primarily in the core subjects: English Language Arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. Each one-on-one tutoring session is 30 minutes. You can book up to two appointments if you prefer an hour long session.

Schedule a one-on-one tutoring session

All tutoring appointments will be held virtually using Microsoft Teams. Attendees can join via a web browser, phone dial-in, or the Teams app.

Schedule an appointment by clicking on the "book an appointment" icon below. When you book an appointment, a unique meeting link will be included in your booking confirmation. Review the video instruction for further assistance.

Video Instruction on Scheduling a K-12 Tutoring Appointment

Schedule one-to-one appointment

Video Instruction on How to Join the Appointment


If you have any questions, email k12tutoring@wayne.edu or send a text to our Google Voice number at 313-241-0998.