Meet Our Tutors

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Rebecca DeLozier

Rebecca DeLozier is a senior Integrated Mathematics major with a Psychology minor. She is a tutor because she enjoys helping people learn new things. She says, “there’s something about watching a student understand a concept that encourages me to be a better educator. Getting to see people develop a sense of academic strength and confidence is really wonderful and makes every single session worth it. Overall, I enjoy tutoring because it allows me to show my students how amazing they already are.”


  • Algebra
  • Trigonometry
  • Calculus I-III
  • Proofs in Discrete Math
  • Statistics
  • Fundamental Concepts of Algebra
  • Fundamental Concepts of Geometry
  • Intro Logic
  • Intermediate Logic
  • Intro to Computer Science
  • General Psychology
  • Quantitative Methods in Psychology
  • Research Methods of Psychology
  • Child Psychology
  • Psychological Disorders of Children and Adolescents
  • Social Psychology
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Education in a Democratic Society
  • Educational Technology
  • Principles of Teaching
  • Secondary School Math Curriculum
  • Intro to Exceptionalities
  • Intro to Human Communication
  • College Writing I and II

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Cady Newman

Cady Newman is a junior in the Athletic Training Program. She began tutoring in high school during study hall periods to accumulate volunteer hours. Cady enjoyed helping students improve their grades because they decided to seek assistance. She says, “when I saw the opportunity to tutor again in college, I applied immediately because I knew I had enjoyed it before. I was excited to have the opportunity to tutor again.”




  • Intro to Human Nutrition
  • Biomechanics
  • Medical Terminology
  • Physical Assessment for Upper and Lower Extremities
  • Statistics
  • Algebra
  • Molecules of Life Chemistry
  • Psychology
  • Anatomy I
  • Physiology I
  • College Writing
  • Intro to Sociology
  • Spanish I

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Molly Schillace

Molly Schillace is a sophomore majoring in Early Childhood Education and minoring in Special Education. As a tutor, she enjoys meeting new people and helping them achieve their academic goals.



  • College Writing I
  • College Writing II
  • 7 Ideas that Shook the Universe
  • General Psychology
  • Basic Mathematical Concepts I
  • Basic Mathematical Concepts II
  • Education in a Democratic Society
  • Art of the Theatre
  • Introduction to Early Childhood Services
  • Introduction to Exceptionalities
  • Introduction to Human Communication

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Emily Schimanski

Emily Schimanski is a freshman majoring in Mild to Intensive Special Education. Along with her passion for writing, she enjoys tutoring and aiding others in their understanding of academic content. Emily says, “I absolutely love to meet new people and encourage them in their learning. I look forward to meeting you!”


  • College Writing I
  • College Writing II