What is Content Tutoring?

Content Tutoring covers any class that doesn’t fall under the math and writing umbrellas. If you are in a class that is content focused, this is the page for you.

All content tutoring appointments will be scheduled via TracCloud and held in person at the CAS or online via Zoom. If you are unable to use Zoom, please contact the coordinator listed below to schedule an appointment via phone or other communication platform.

TracCloud allows you to search for and set up appointments based on your current course schedule as well as view any upcoming appointments you have with tutors in the CAS. You can also opt-in for text alerts for confirmations, cancellations, and appointment reminders for any tutoring appointments you make with a CAS tutor.

Log in with your Missouri Western username and password to start searching for appointments.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact the Tutor Coordinator, Ben Moran, at 816-271-4531.

Content Appointment Schedule

In-Person appointments available
Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Online appointments available
Daily 6 a.m. – Midnight

*Based on Tutor’s availability

See Available Content Tutors

Want to see what classes have tutors? Click Here!


To request a new Content Tutor for Spring, please contact the fill out the form below or visit the CAS Front Desk.

Once a tutor is hired, the CAS will contact you regarding next steps. Also, be aware, that while we make every effort to find a tutor for every requested course, in some cases there may not be one available.  In the possibility that we cannot find a tutor for your course, we will refer you back to your instructor for assistance. 

Content Tutor Request

  • MM slash DD slash YYYY


Interested in being a Content Tutor? Fill out the form below to have someone get back to you about next steps.

  • Personal Information

  • MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • Academic Information

  • Must be above 3.0
  • Qualifications

  • Please list the course(s) you are interested in tutoring, when you took the course, and the name of the faculty member who taught it.
  • Personal Statement