Embedded tutoring is a form of supplemental instruction that takes place within the classroom where academic tutors work closely with instructors to provide individualized support and targeted, early-on interventions for struggling students. Embedded Tutoring in co-requisite courses will engage students in course material, increase retention and persistence, and support students as they accelerate into college level courses through the collaborative efforts of instructors and tutors. Embedded tutoring uses active learning pedagogy and a pedagogy of care to support a classroom environment that challenges students and helps them reach new heights in their learning. Tutors who have taken the course and passed with a B or better model successful student behaviors and encourage help seeking. The embedded tutor model sets students up for successful, independent learning for the duration of their academic career. The embedded tutoring for co-requisite courses is funded by the Title V grant and coordinated by the Title V Learning Specialist.