Economics Tutoring Resources
This new service provides tutoring support for students needing help with mathematical, graphical, and econometric material in economics classes. This service is open to students in all Economics classes, and we especially encourage those in Principles and Intermediate Theory classes and Econometrics to make us of it.
Find instructional videos on the Economics Department YouTube Channel. You can find dozens of videos covering Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and more!
TUTORS FOR HIRE
Some of our current students and alumni offer one-on-one tutoring. Contact them directly for rates and availability.
Lacey Mower, Economics PhD
Complete online lecture videos are available for seven of the most common courses in the Department of Mathematics.
Created in 2006, this non-profit provides free access to practice exercises and instructional videos. Check out their Economics and Finance offerings.
An academic support program, provided through the University of Utah, designed to give students the assistance they need to have a successful academic experience.
Work with tutors online, through eTutoring. Use eChat for live tutoring, submit a question through eQuestions or get feedback on a paper through the eWriting Lab. It's free to all University of Utah students.
Are you a TRIO student? There are additional tutoring options for you.
The TRIO – Student Support Services (SSS) Program is a federally funded academic support program intended to serve and assist low-income individuals, first-generation college students, and individuals with disabilities to progress through the academic pipeline from middle school to post-baccalaureate programs. To receive services, students must meet federal eligibility criteria.