Definitely. In today's day and age, finding a tutor has never been easier. The first place I would look would be your university's campus. Many general classes will have tutoring services offered by the school. These tutors are students that have previously taken (and gotten good grades in) the class(es) that you need help in. Since these students took the exact class, they should be of most help and may even be able to provide with you with material from when they took the course. Another (often cheaper) option is to visit the professor or TA during their office hours. These are hours in which your professor or TA are required to tutor, so this is obviously invaluable. The downside to this is that there will usually be many students, whereas you will usually have 1-on-1 time with a tutor.
If you're looking for something outside of campus, however, there are a number of tutoring agencies that you can look to. A simple search through a search engine can find you tutors through an agency such as WyzAnt or UniversityTutor. Another viable option is using Craigslist to find a tutor, although I would be wary with choosing this option. Even if it's not a scam, a craigslist ad for a tutor may bring you someone unqualified. I would do some background checking before committing to a tutor through Craigslist.
Finally, there is also the option of online tutoring. This gives you the luxury of interacting with a tutor from your own home. Sites such as InstaEDU or even Noodle can offer you good tutoring services.
Hope this helps!