The Peer Tutoring program recognizes the need for tutorial help regardless of the grade a student is receiving at the present time and is designed to help students to achieve their goals and college success. It is primarily geared toward students who are seeking help with coursework outside the subject areas covered by the STEM Center and Writing Center staff, but is also open to students who have made use of these resources and would benefit from more dedicated tutoring.
The tutors do not teach – they help, guide, and encourage. Tutoring sessions are designed to assist students with studying a particular subject, and/or a specific course. Peer Tutors:
A peer tutor is not guaranteed. In the case of some subjects, a suitable tutor may not be available.
A Peer Tutor is a paid student position and subject to an application process. Anyone who demonstrates excellence in a particular subject area and has a genuine desire to help people can be a Peer Tutor. If you are interested in becoming a peer tutor, please contact the program coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. You must meet the following minimum requirements: