Wondering why the link to the Tutor Application isn’t live?
Applications for tutors will be available after Tuesday, week 8 of the term. Please check back then to fill out our tutor application!
We are now accepting applications for fall tutors! To find out more about what it means to be a tutor, head over to our Tutors Section.
Or, you can just fill out a Tutor Application.
We have updated our application to apply for tutoring! Every year we start a new application process, so if you have signed your child up for services prior to today 7/25/19, please fill out a new application.
We restart our process at the end of each summer to give families an opportunity to update their contact information and availability. As a reminder – we serve students in Kindergarten through 3rd grade. We look forward to hearing from you!
We are currently at capacity for our CTL Summer Clinic!
We are no longer accepting application for the Summer Clinic.
Information about our Summer Clinic is here!
Check out our Summer Clinic page.
Summer clinic will start the last week of June this year and run through August 1st.
Come be a TUTOR at the CTL Clinic!
We are currently at capacity for tutors this term! If you apply, you will be on a waitlist.
We are now accepting applications for our spring 2019 tutors. Students from the College of Education as well as other programs at the UO are encouraged to apply!
Choose to tutor in reading or math! Program training starts Monday afternoon of Week 1 so sign up to be a tutor today!
If you are a returning tutor from winter term, click the RETURNING Tutor Application link under “Quick Links”
Share the Flyer with professors and other students in your program!
The Center on Teaching and Learning (CTL) at the University of Oregon founded the CTL Reading Clinic in 2008 as a community outreach program for struggling readers.
In the fall of 2016, the Clinic expanded services to include evidence-based math interventions in addition to reading.
Now called the CTL Clinic, we provide evidence-based reading and math intervention to students in kindergarten through 3rd-grade from the community and started dyslexia assessment services in the fall of 2018.
As you may have noticed, our old website was a little dated and was difficult to navigate on mobile devices. We will now be posting here on UO Blogs where we hope to find an easier interface and more timely updates! Navigate through the links at the top or on the side and you’ll find all of the same great information we had before!