Types of Tutors

The QRS is staffed by two kinds of drop-in peer tutors:

  1. General tutors who can assist you with a wide array of mathematical and quantitative topics and skills
  2. Course-specific tutors who, in addition to being able to help you with general topics and skills, are attached to specific courses and course sections and sit in on them alongside you

Center Hours

You can peruse this schedule spreadsheet to see which general and course-specific QRS tutors will be working at a given time during the week to help you plan your drop-in sessions.

Regular Hours: Sunday through Thursday, 3–9 p.m., (beginning Monday, August 30)
Holidays: Sunday, September 5 (day before Labor Day), Thursday, October 14 for Fall Recess, and Tuesday, November 23 - Friday November 26 for Thanksgiving

You are also welcome to reach out to Luke Tunstall at stunstal@trinity.edu with questions concerning course coverage.


 

Remote Support

In addition to offering in-person tutoring, our general tutors also operate a drop-in Zoom room Sunday through Thursday from 8–9 p.m. Check out the schedule spreadsheet to see who is working in the Zoom room at a specific time.

Drop-In Zoom Room Information 


 

Meet the General Tutors

Shivani
Shivani Alur
(She/Her)

Major: Finance
Year: Senior

Shivani Alur is from Odessa, TX. She is currently majoring in Finance. This school year will be Shivani’s third year tutoring with the QRS center. On campus, Shivani is also an Academic Honor Council member. In the new school year, she is looking forward to “going to classes on campus and joining Trinity’s Student Managed Fund” in August. In her free time, Shivani enjoys cooking and playing the piano!

Carlos
Carlos Bucheli
(He/Him)

Major: Engineering Science
Minor: Mathematics
Year: Senior

Carlos Bucheli is from Quito, Ecuador. This school year will be Carlos’s second year working as a tutor with the QRS center. On campus, Carlos is also a part of the Triniteers, Club Soccer, and ASME. In the new school year, Carlos is looking forward to being able to see his friends again, while “taking advantage of what Trinity has to offer.” In his free time, Carlos loves playing soccer, playing the guitar, and cooking delicious food.

Aiden
Aidan Carr
(He/Him)

Major: Theoretical Economics, Mathematics
Year: Senior

Aidan Carr is from Prosper, TX. This will be Aidan’s second year working as a tutor for the QRS center. On campus, Aidan also plays important roles as a Residential Assistant and Honor Council member. For the new school year, Aidan is looking forward to “getting back into campus.” In his free time, Aidan is a “big fan of hiking and just getting outside in general!”

Serafina
Serafina Fontana
(She/Her)

Major: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Minor: Mathematics
Year: Senior

Serafina Fontana is from Round Rock, TX. This school year will be Serafina’s third year tutoring with the QRS center. On campus, Serafina is a busy bee and participates in the Hunsicker-Wang research lab, Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity, and HOSA. In the new school year, she is “looking forward to finally having an apartment and not having to eat dorm food!” In her free time, Serafina enjoys “going for walks, reading, and baking”.

Kate McGarrity
She/Her

Major: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Year: Junior

Kate McGarrity is from Dallas, TX. This will be Kate’s first year as a QRS general tutor. On campus, Kate is also a member of Gamma Chi Delta and the women’s club soccer team. She is looking forward to getting back to in-person learning and living in August!

Meagan McKee
She/Her

Major: Engineering
Minor: Mathematics
Year: Sophomore

Meagan McKee is from Houston, TX. This year will be her first as a QRS peer tutor. Around campus, Meagan is a cellist with the Trinity Symphony Orchestra and the Professional Outreach Chair for the Society of Women Engineers. In her free time, she loves to paint, crochet, and she can’t wait to see everyone in person this fall.

Will Russell

Intended Major: Mathematics, Mathematical Finance, and Theoretical Economics
Minor: Data Science
Year: Sophomore

Will Russell is from Leander, Texas. This school year will be Will’s first year tutoring with the QRS center. On campus, Will is also a Semmes scholar. He is looking forward to experiencing Trinity in person and experiencing living on campus. In his free time, Will enjoys hanging out with friends, playing video games, and learning new things.


 

Become a Tutor

If you are interested in becoming a general or course-specific tutor with the QRS Center, feel free to email Luke Tunstall, QRS Center Director, at stunstal@trinity.edu.

Note that the application process for general tutors for the 2021-2022 academic year will commence in March 2021.