Your Communication, Professional, and Computer Skills courses will challenge you. The subjects and coursework are often new to first-year Kelley students, and require new ways of thinking.
Peer coaches, peer tutors, and teaching assistants are Kelley School of Business students who have excelled in specific classes. Peer coaches and teaching assistants go through an application and interview process, and they are trained by Kelley faculty and staff. They are reliable and passionate about helping fellow students. In K201 and K204, peer tutors voluntarily help students during classes and are extra hands-on aides during instruction.
Whether you’re struggling to understand a concept or you learn more effectively with one-on-one support, you are encouraged to work with a peer coach, ask for help in class from a peer tutor, or attend help sessions with teaching assistants. Multiple teaching assistants are normally available for K201 and K204 help sessions. On average, 15 hours of help sessions are offered per week at no extra cost for enrolled students.