The EcoTeach Center will fund one-on-one tutoring in various statistical and research support software (i.e. STATA, E-views, Mathematica, LaTeX, SPSS and SAS) for undergraduates pursuing research as part of the honors program. To request tutoring, send an email to:
Students needing help outside of class should first attend Instructor and Teaching Assistant Office Hours and any review sessions offered for their particular course. Free tutoring is also available for Econ 101 and 201 through Duke's Peer Tutoring program.
If your needs extend beyond the above options, the EcoTeach Center can also provide a list of graduate students willing to tutor students in core Economics courses (Econ 101, 201, 205, 210, and 208). Students seeking a tutor for these courses should send their query to the It is the responsibility of the student to make all arrangements, including financial, with the tutor. Graduate student tutors typically receive $15-$20/hour. This rate is provided for information only; again it is the responsibility of the student to negotiate a fair rate with their tutor. The EcoTeach Center does not sponsor or pay for individual tutoring, however, students for whom tutoring would represent a significant financial burden may contact the to discuss their particular situation.