You may be wondering “How much does tutoring cost?”

Check out our services and packages for more information . We have a number of different options at different price points. If you are struggling to afford our services, there are also a number of financial aid options. You may be able to access funding from the government or through your school.

Students with Disabilities

If you are receiving government student loan funding for post-secondary education, and you have a documented disability, you may be able to access funding for tutoring or academic strategist services through the Canada Student Grant for Services and Equipment for Students with Permanent Disabilities.

In order to access this, the learning specialist or disability advisor at your school will have to help you fill out a form confirming your disability and need for funding

SFU Centre for Accessible Learning 778.782.3112
BCIT Accessibility Services 604-451-6963
UBC Centre for Accessibility 604 822 5844
Douglas College Accessibility Services
New West (604) 527-5486
Coquitlam (604) 777-6185
StudentAidBC 1-800-561-1818

Students with disabilities

If you need more help with this process, you can reach out.

The maximum amount of funding depends on your disability. Typically you can apply for 2 hours a week per course of tutoring, and 10 hours per semester of academic strategy.

I also offer limited sliding-scale spots for students facing financial barriers. Please reach out and let me know if you need this option.