I work out of a comfortable, private office in Bloomington. The office has a quiet, peaceful atmosphere, very helpful for concentrating on math! Please see contact info for the address and directions.

In person tutoring will not resume until at least early July. Since March 2020 and due to the COVID-19 emergency, I have been offering tutoring by videoconference (Zoom) at the reduced rate of $40 an hour. Zoom’s screen-sharing feature used in conjunction with the camera on my phone allows interactive problem solving.

I work Mondays through Thursdays, afternoons and evenings; and Sundays during the day. In general, my hours are:

Monday through Thursday: 1:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Sundays: 10 am to 6 pm

Hours may vary; please contact me for current openings and availability.

A standard session is one hour (this is a full 60 minutes). If needed, we can schedule longer sessions, in 15-minute increments, up to two hours.
I charge $55 an hour for in person tutoring and $40 an hour for tutoring by Zoom. This price structure was chosen to encourage remote tutoring during the COVID-19 pandemic. It will likely continue at least through the Fall 2020. For both in person and remote tutoring, the minimum charge is for a one hour session. Time in excess of one hour will be billed in 15 minute increments.

Rates for group tutoring (two or more students together) are higher than individual, but more economical for each student. If you are interested in group tutoring, please ask me about the pricing.

We can meet either regularly, or on an as-needed basis, as suits your needs. If you have fallen behind in a course, and want some intensive work to catch up, we could meet a couple of times a week for one or more hours. Once you’ve caught up, we could cut back to weekly, hour-long sessions, or just meet when you need to.
The following forms of payment are accepted: cash, check, and electronic (including by credit card) using the secure LawPay service. Videoconference (Zoom) sessions must be paid in advance. For in person meetings (once they resume), you can pay when you come in.
Please bring a pencil, eraser, some paper to work on, and a calculator if you use one. If you are coming for help with a class, please bring all of your class materials: textbook, class notes, homework, syllabus or assignment sheet, and any tests and quizzes you have.
I’m glad you asked! Bachelors and Masters degrees in math from the University of Michigan laid the foundation for my math education career. I have taught at Ivy Tech (Algebra) and Indiana University (Calculus and Finite) as an adjunct. I have tutored math for about fifteen years.