Young female student reviewing eTutoring instruction on a tablet.

eTutoring is a collaborative effort between Ohio’s two- and four-year institutions, allowing undergraduate students to interact with trained tutors in numerous academic areas. All public and private institutions of higher learning in the state are invited to join OhioLINK eTutoring. Participating state post-secondary institutions provide a campus coordinator and tutor that are employed by the university or college.

If your school participates in eTutoring, go here to create an account.

How Does It Work?

eTutoring provides academic support for traditional classes, online courses, and for distance-learning students. For Spring 2023, live, drop-in tutoring is available in the following subjects:

  • Accounting
  • Algebra
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Astronomy
  • Calculus
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Math
  • Nursing Math
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Statistics

Services are available beyond the typically on-campus academic support centers’ hours and for students who cannot make it to campus.

Students can choose two options for online academic support:

  • Live tutoring sessions in an online room within the eTutoring platform room, utilizing audio, a whiteboard, document-sharing and instant messaging.
  • Writing reviews where students receive written encouragement and suggestions on improving their written work.

How To Get Involved

If you have questions about how your institution could participate in this statewide-initiative, please email

Support for Participating Institutions

If your institution is already participating in the eTutoring program, support information for students and tutors can be found on our support page.