Loyola University Maryland

The Study

Our Business Tutors

Jack Bonner

Jack Bonner

  • Class year: 2021
  • Fun fact: I can play the bagpipes, and I studied abroad in Glasgow, Scotland!
  • Tutoring experience: Began in spring 2020
  • Subjects tutored: Economics, finance, information systems, math, and Spanish courses
  • Tutor’s tip: Make a study plan at least a few days before an exam so you can give yourself adequate time to retain course material.

David Born

David Born

  • Class year: 2021
  • Fun fact: I’m a team captain of Loyola’s club ultimate frisbee team!
  • Tutoring experience: Began in spring 2019
  • Subjects tutored: AC*201 Financial Accounting
  • Tutor’s tip: Stay organized and go to teachers’ office hours if you have any questions.

Emily Cebulski

Emily Cebulski

  • Class year: 2021
  • Fun fact: My favorite state I’ve visited is Oregon.
  • Tutoring experience: Began in fall 2020
  • Subjects tutored: Business, core, math, and statistics courses
  • Tutor’s tip: Use a planner and/or block scheduling techniques to refine your time management skills and ensure that you’re on top of upcoming assignments!

Meghan Farren

  • Class year: 2021
  • Fun fact: I went to middle school in Hawaii!
  • Tutoring experience: Began in fall 2019
  • Subjects tutored: EC*102 Microeconomic Principles, EC*103 Macroeconomic Principles, and EC*302 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
  • Tutor’s tip: Keep a planner, make lists, and budget your time thoughtfully. You can do or learn anything if you give yourself enough time and patience!

Deanna Gavaris

Deanna Gavaris

  • Class year: 2022
  • Fun fact: I have been to 16 countries!
  • Tutoring experience: Began in fall 2019
  • Subjects tutored: AC*201 Financial Accounting, AC*202 Managerial Accounting, EC*102 Microeconomic Principles, EC*103 Macroeconomic Principles, and MA*151 Applied Calculus
  • Tutor’s tip: Making flashcards and color coordinating your notes are good ways to help you remember information!

Emily Gilbert

Emily Gilbert

  • Class year: 2023
  • Fun fact: I’ve been dancing since I was three years old!
  • Tutoring experience: Began in fall 2020
  • Subjects tutored: CS*105 Making Sense of Data, EC*102 Microeconomic Principles, and MA*251 Calculus I and below
  • Tutor’s tip: Start getting familiar with the material the minute you get it. It will make it much easier to study when it comes time for the exam.

Karina Kropp

Karina Kropp

  • Class year: 2021
  • Fun fact: I’ve lived most of my life in Tokyo, Japan!
  • Tutoring experience: Began in spring 2019
  • Subjects tutored: Accounting and business core classes
  • Tutor’s tip: Staying organized is really helpful to stay on top of things and ensure there is enough time to get everything done!

David McMillan

  • Class year: 2022
  • Fun fact: I am a fourth-degree black belt in taekwondo.
  • Tutoring experience: Began in fall 2020
  • Subjects tutored: Accounting, economics, and theology courses
  • Tutor’s tip: Read the book.

Emma Ozer

Emma Ozer

  • Class year: 2021
  • Fun fact: I studied abroad in Leuven, Belgium, for the spring 2020 semester!
  • Tutoring experience: Began in fall 2019
  • Subjects tutored: Business core and economics courses
  • Tutor’s tip: If you fail to plan, you plan to fail! Make sure you have a structured study plan that will work for your academic needs, your schedule, and your mental health.

Caroline Phillips

Caroline Phillips

  • Class year: 2022
  • Fun fact: I studied abroad in Prague during the summer of 2019.
  • Tutoring experience: Began in fall 2020
  • Subjects tutored: AC*201 Financial Accounting, AC*202 Managerial Accounting, CS*105 Making Sense of Data, IS*251 Data Analytics and Information System, and IS*353 Data Management and Database Systems
  • Tutor’s tip: Don’t wait till the last minute to get everything done!

Erica Puccio

  • Class year: 2022
  • Fun fact: I love to go to the beach!
  • Tutoring experience: Began in fall 2019
  • Subjects tutored: Business and core courses
  • Tutor’s tip: Relax, be patient, and we will get through the material together!

Christopher Rohan

Chris Rohan

  • Class year: 2021
  • Fun fact: I spent a summer abroad in Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Tutoring experience: Began in fall 2020
  • Subjects tutored: Business and economics courses
  • Tutor’s tip: Find a comfortable, quiet place to study and remember to take breaks.