April 2022

Happy spring, and happy Mathematics & Statistics Awareness Month! We are delighted to share graphics to help you build awareness about 1-to-1 math help (and more!) available through your Tutor.com program.

Plus, read on for an announcement about live NCLEX® tutoring! You’ll also find an updated Tutor.com guide, along with other resources.

As always, we are honored to partner with you and look forward to continuing to support your campus community this spring and beyond.

All the best,
​​​​​Your Tutor.com Higher Education Support Team

Digital Media: Math Subject Tutoring

Celebrate Mathematics & Statistics Awareness Month by encouraging your students to seek out expert subject support! You can share the below graphics and customizable blurbs on social media, in student emails, on department websites, and through your LMS.

Stuck on a problem? No math problem is too difficult to solve when you have access to on-demand help from an expert tutor! For free support whenever you need it, [insert your Tutor.com program access instructions here].

Worried about your math class? Expert math tutors can help you in algebra, calculus, statistics, and more! [Institution Name] students have free 24/7 access to Tutor.com. For 1-to-1 help with assignments on demand, [insert your Tutor.com program access instructions here].

Tutor.com “How It Works” Classroom Guide

Help students get started with free expert online tutoring by sharing this updated guide, which introduces learners to the Tutor.com online classroom. View and download the PDFs at the links below.

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New Subject: NCLEX® Live 1-to-1 Tutoring!

We are thrilled to announce a new subject offering for our higher education programs: NCLEX tutoring!* Build awareness about this resource for your nursing students by sharing the graphics below.

Study for the NCLEX with Tutor.com!
Did you know? [Institution Name]’s Tutor.com program gives you access to 1-to-1 academic help in 20+ nursing and health sciences subjects—including NCLEX support! For online, on-demand tutoring whenever you need it, [insert your Tutor.com program access instructions here].

*If nursing subjects are not yet a part of your institution's Tutor.com program and you are considering adding them, please reach out to your Customer Success Manager or email us at clientsupport@tutor.com.

April Tech Update Complete

On Thursday, April 14, a new version of the Tutor.com Classroom was released to support heightened web security. These changes will not affect how the Classroom works or how you use it with students, nor will they affect any other functionality of your institution’s Tutor.com program.
More details can be found below. If you have any questions, please reach out to our team at studentsupport@tutor.com.

Effective Apr 14, 2022, Tutor.com will only support connections that use TLS v1.2 and strong cipher suites. Support for TLS v1.0, v1.1, and weak cipher suites will cease to be supported. If you use older operating systems or legacy network software, you will need to upgrade your systems to ensure compatibility with these changes.

EdTech Cool Tool Award 2022

We are delighted to announce that Tutor.com/The Princeton Review® was awarded the 2022 EdTech Cool Tool Award in the Test Prep category for best dual-solution test prep for higher education.

Thank you, as always, for your partnership. Together, we can help students access the tutors and tools they need to succeed.

Learn more about the 2022 EdTech Cool Tool Awards here.

New for 2022: Subject Support Kit

Tutor.com subject-area graphics are here! This kit can help you spread the word to your students that they can access on-demand, 1-to-1 academic help in their toughest courses. Subjects in this season’s kit include math, writing, computer science, business, and nursing. Download the kit below!


Our team is here to help. Please reach out to your Client Services Manager or email us at clientsupport@tutor.com for program support anytime.​​​​​


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