Davis College Peer Tutoring


The Davis College of Business & Economics provides peer tutoring in Kyle Hall (room 248 - the undergraduate reading room).  There is also tutoring available for business subjects in the Harvey Knowledge Center.  To make a tutoring reservation, click on the student's name to access the tutor's Starfish profile and make an appointment. Tutors for Fall 2021 include:

Name Subject(s) Days/Times Location
Dylan Smith ACTG 211, ACTG 212, ECON 105, ECON 106 M: 1:00 - 2:00
T & F: 1:00 - 3:00
KH 248
Rachel Garrison ECON 105, ECON 106, MATH 125, MATH 126 M & W: 3:00 - 5:00
T & R: 3:20 - 5:20
KH 248
Jayla Robinson BLAW 203    
Charlene Galvez MATH 125    
Anith Muthalaly MATH 125, STAT 200    
Kayla Croner STAT 200    

The Davis College of Business and Economics is also holding two lab sessions each week for ITEC 281.  The labs are held in KH 215 (the Trading Room) on Monday from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. and on Thursday from 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.

Other Tutoring Options

Harvey Knowledge Center

The Harvey Knowledge Center strives to help all Radford University students achieve academic success in all disciplines. In individual or group tutoring sessions, students acquire support from College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) certified trained tutors.


  • Location: 4th Floor of McConnell Library
  • Phone Number: (540) 831-7704


  • Location: 4th Floor of McConnell Library
  • Phone Number: (540) 831-7704

Schedule a Tutoring Appointment with the HKC


 Beta Alpha Psi (Group Tutoring for ACTG 211 and 212, FINC 331)

Beta Alpha Psi is the honorary ACTG Fraternity that is offering free group tutoring each semester for ACTG 211, ACTG 21, and FINC 331.



NetTutor (Online Tutoring Program)


NetTutor is a comprehensive online tutoring service for all subjects, and is free to all RU students needing assistance with homework and studying.


CHBS Writing Center
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The CHBS writing center offers assistance in all forms of writing from essays to plays to resumes. The staff consists of undergraduate and graduate students as well as volunteers who are graduate teaching fellows in the English Department. The tutors are friendly, open and willing to help you with all of your writing needs.