Tutors

Study Center (Free Drop-In Tutoring for Greek and Latin and Latin Enrichment)

The Classics Program offers (free!) Drop-in Tutoring four days a week for Latin and Greek students at all levels, plus Latin enrichment activities including sessions dedicated to Latin sight reading and spoken Latin!

All of the following can be accessed at: https://arizona.zoom.us/j/91439886162 with many sessions also available in person at Learning Services Building, room 146.  

Zoom Meeting Room for Tutoring

Latin/Greek Drop-In Tutoring

Come for help with review, studying, homework, or any other concerns you may have! (note: all times are AZ time)

  • Monday 5:15-615pm (only on Zoom)
  • Tuesday 4-5pm (Zoom or LSB 146)
  • Wednesday 5:30-6:30 (only on Zoom)
  • Thursday 3-4pm (Zoom or LSB 146)

Latin Enrichment Activities 

Come converse with fellow Latinists, or sight-read Latin in a low-pressure environment! No preparation required! These meetings are extracurricular, meaning that you don’t have to prepare anything in advance, and you are welcome to invite friends, other Latinists, and anyone else you think might be interested! 

These weekly meetings will take place from 12-1:30 on Wednesday afternoons, in person in Learning Services Building, Room 146.  

On the first and third Wednesdays of each month, the meeting with be a Spoken Latin Coffee Hour, while on the second and fourth Wednesdays fo each month, there will be a Latin Sight Reading Group.

Meet our Study Center leader, JuliAnne Rach and learn a bit more about the center here!

Private Tutoring

Our M.A. students are often quite experienced Latinists and capable teachers.  Please contact them directly to arrange private tutoring for primary or secondary students, adult learners, etc.

The following graduate students have indicated that they are willing to tutor for Latin in the 2021-2022 academic year: 

    The following graduate students have indicated that they are willing to tutor for Ancient Greek (Attic/Koiné) in the 2021-2022 academic year:

    Latin and Greek Tutoring is also available from Daniel Ruprecht, one of our M.A. program alumni, and Sam Brown, formerly a latin teacher at BASIS North high school: