Current Students

Tutorium Student Services

Students on campus

Our friendly Tutorium staff are here to answer your questions and help you get the most out of your time in our program.

Come visit us: Mon-Fri 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Our office is located at 1333 S. Halsted, Suite 260, Chicago IL 60607

Call us: Mon-Fri 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Our office number is +1-312-996-8098

Email us any time: tutorium@uic.edu

Below are additional resources for current Tutorium students

University Admission Counseling

Most students enrolled in our Intensive English Program plan to apply to universities in the United States upon completion of our program. The Tutorium staff offers advising on:

  • The United States university system
  • The TOEFL iBT, IELTS and other entrance tests
  • How to choose a university
  • How to complete applications

Additional University and College Admission Resources

SCAILAB

Student in Computer Lab

Student Computer-Aided Instruction Lab (SCAILAB)

SCAILAB (“sky-lab”) is the Tutorium computer lab.  It is located on the first floor of Addams Hall on the east side of the UIC campus.

Each of the four classrooms in SCAILAB has approximately 20 workstations, all of which include a wide variety of language learning software and applications.

Tutorium classes use SCAILAB, and Tutorium students have priority access to SCAILAB before and after class.

SCAILAB has:

  • Special software to improve English
  • Special software to practice for the TOEFL iBT
  • Advanced computers and fast Internet access

Tutorium students can use SCAILAB to:

  • Do homework
  • Practice specific English skills
  • Improve their computer skills

UIC students, faculty and staff can use SCAILAB throughout the day and late afternoon. All UIC departments and instructors can reserve any of our classrooms, although priority is given to Tutorium students and classes.

If you are interested in reserving classrooms in SCAILAB,  contact scailab@uic.edu.

Cool Sites for ESL Students

Below is a list of websites used by Tutorium teachers and students. These are great sites to visit if you want to practice and improve your English. There are also sites on study skills, test preparation and American culture.