SSC offers UWM undergraduate students free NetTutor hours each semester.  Use NetTutor for online support. You can access NetTutor by clicking on the SSC Tutoring and SI page in Canvas. Information on how to use NetTutor is linked below.

Learn how you can access NetTutor by following the directions: Directions for Accessing NetTutor

If you encounter issues with NetTutor during non-business hours, you can contact them for help at 813-674-0660, ext. 204.


Stuck on a problem late at night?  SSC offers free tutoring to UWM undergraduate students through NetTutor.  Each UWM student may use NetTutor for any course every semester.

The NetTutor tutoring team is comprised of teachers and tutors who have a demonstrated interest in helping students succeed. All tutors have taken a rigorous subject-area exam to show that they are qualified for a tutoring position. Each tutor has strengths in his or her field that are shared with the tutoring team, so all tutors benefit from working together in a collaborative, academic, and professional atmosphere. Tutors are trained not only in the best practices but also in learning theory and supporting adult learners.

NetTutor believes in a customized tutoring experience, rather than “one-size-fits-all” tutoring. With a library of textbooks and other educational materials, they are able to understand how to best help students. Using the Socratic Method, tutors guide students through problems or concepts, but never present answers. This approach develops students’ critical thinking skills and encourages them to persevere!

Using NetTutor

First, log-in to Canvas and go to your SSC Tutoring and SI course. Click on the the NetTutor tab on the left-side menu of the page, and register using the “Register Now” link.  You will be given a unique NetTutor login ID and password.

The NetTutor service is available from 12am-11:59pm. However, this is not for all courses. To access the full-schedule for NetTutor availability, please click here.

For more information, please watch the videos below.