University Tutoring Resources


Shortly after your intake meeting you will receive an email from the Naviance system with a unique username and password to allow you access to the system, along with the URL to use to find our notes. You will be able to log into this secure system as often as you wish to follow your or your student’s progress.

Once you have logged on to the system, you may access current notes as follows:

  • Click “About Me”
  • Click “Journal”
  • Click on the “Session Notes” tab for the current academic semester

If you have any questions about this system, or have any difficulty logging on, please let us know and we will be happy to answer your questions or trouble-shoot for you.


If you or your student will be participating in a remote intake meeting or remote tutoring sessions, be sure to download the most recent version of Zoom on the device you will be using.

Local Resources


University Village
2625 Northeast 46th Street
Seattle, WA 98105

Seattle Public Library

Branches located citywide.

King County Library System

Branches located in communities including Bellevue, Shoreline and more.

Online Resources for Students



Online graphing calculator.

Math Drills

A great place to find worksheets for extra practice outside of tutoring.

Kuta Software

Head to the "Free Worksheets" tab for practice with Pre-Algebra through Calculus math, answer keys included.

Language Arts


A fun way for students of all ages to learn new vocabulary.


National Novel Writing Month happens every November and the official NaNoWriMo website has great resources for writers year round.

Scholastic Story Starters

A story starter generator for students K-6.

The Most Dangerous Writing App

A timed writing prompt that stops you if you pause for too long! A challenging, but fun method to  defeat writer's block.


National Geographic Kids

National Geographic’s website for younger students. Articles for students K-6.

Time for Kids

Time Magazine’s website for younger students. Articles for students K-6.

AP Classes

AP Students

The official College Board site has plenty of useful information and resources for students.