You learn with us, we learn from you

NU|Tutors provides tutoring services and mentorships to students in the North Shore by utilizing its most valuable academic resource – Northwestern University's accomplished and driven students.

Being a subsidiary of Student Holdings, a registered non-profit organization, NU|Tutors aims to provide educational and hands-on business experiences to Northwestern University undergraduate students by giving them opportunities to launch, operate and grow real businesses. In addition, by connecting them to those who need their assistance, NU|Tutors provides Northwestern students with opportunities to use their knowledge and unique skill-sets to positively impact the North Shore community.

You place your trust in us, we invest in you

NU|Tutors aims to help students perform better and reach higher achievement levels by providing affordable tutoring. As a result, NU|Tutors reinvests a majority of its profits into giving back to the North Shore community – our tutors routinely hold drop-in tutoring sessions and weekly SAT classes that are free to public school students in the North Shore.

While others chase profit, we chase potential

Since its inception in October of 2008, NU|Tutors has helped over 500 students achieve their highest academic goals. With a large pool of experienced tutors, NU|Tutors provides each student with personalized guidance. Our proven and affordable services run by top Northwestern University students include private tutoring, SAT preparation courses, and college application counseling. NU|Tutors provides a relatable and engaging environment for students of all ages perfect for short-term homework, exam help, and long-term mentorship.  

 
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A TESTIMONIAL...

"[The tutor] did an excellent job in structuring ACT prep work for my daughter. She also related to her very well, helped zone on areas of challenge, and really motivated her to do a lot of sample problems/sample tests in a condensed time frame. She helped my daughter set goals and organize herself. The net result was a ... composite score increase of 3 points, which is awesome; although as a parent, I’m equally happy with her gaining the experience of setting a goal, putting in work, and seeing a positive result."

— February 2018