Classics Tutoring

Latin & Greek Tutoring

If you need help with your Latin or Greek or simply want more practice, come see one of our tutors. They can answer questions about grammar, or look over your translations, or quiz you on confusing conjugations and declensions. You can sign up in advance by emailing one of the tutors, but this is not necessary. All tutoring takes place in Anselm 216 (the Classics Seminar Room).

 Fall 2019

Alex Broussard (Greek & Latin)
cbroussard@udallas.edu
 MW: 4-5 pm
 
Kat Cammack (Greek & Latin)
kcammack@udallas.edu 
 TR: 1-2:30 pm
 
Irene Carriker (Greek & Latin)
icarriker@udallas.edu
 M: 2-4 pm
 
John James (Greek & Latin)
jjames2@udallas.edu
 TR: 12-1 pm
 
Ben Yates (Greek & Latin)
byates@udallas.edu
 MF: 9-10:30 am
 
 
 

 

 

 

Background photo: Athens from the Acropolis © 2016 by Isabella Villanueva, BA '18

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