In addition to ELP courses, several types of tutorials are available for language support. The following tutoring options are available to nonnative English speaking members of the Washington University in St. Louis (WashU) community and St. Louis community.
|Credit-Bearing Tutorial||Appointment-Based Tutoring||Specific Needs Tutorial
(e.g., business communication)
|Language skill area(s)||Writing (U15 499) and pronunciation (U15 498)||Writing and presentation skills||Any skill|
|Open to whom?||WashU students and employees; nonnative English speaking adults in the St. Louis community||WashU students and employees||WashU students and employees; nonnative English speaking adults in the St. Louis community|
|Purpose||To provide weekly one-on-one help with an ongoing writing project or continuing pronunciation work||To provide occasional or one-time help with writing or speaking in relation to a particular writing project (e.g., a Writing 1 paper, a conference proposal) or speaking situation (e.g., a job interview)||To provide weekly one-on-one or small group instruction in specialized language skills not covered in ELP courses|
|Prerequisite||Completing or testing out of applicable ELP courses||None; individuals may be referred to an ELP course if they require more than occasional help||Needs analysis by the ELP determining that the individual has discipline-specific language needs that cannot be fulfilled in ELP courses|
|Cost||University College tuition rates apply. Determine if you need to pay tuition.
||Free||Contact the ELP for more information|
|To sign up or find out more||Contact the ELP at email@example.com||Contact the ELP at firstname.lastname@example.org a few working days before you would like to meet.||Contact the ELP at email@example.com|