Peer Tutoring is now digital to meet our students needs and help them to be amazing!
We are still accepting applications for peer tutors
For details on how to apply, please see the 'Becoming a Peer Tutor' section below. The full list of programs needing peer tutors is listed under "Posters" and on the Library's social media.
The Peer Tutoring Program allows students who are excelling academically to help other students by leading drop-in tutorial sessions for a variety of subject areas and programs. Tutors work with tutees to review course material and work through questions together; however, tutors do not re-teach an entire class or help tutees complete entire assignments.
How Does the Program Work?
Becoming a Tutor
Being a Peer Tutor is a great opportunity to gain work experience, expand your knowledge of course material, and have a convenient on-campus job that works with your schedule.
Students Interested in Being Peer Tutors:
When Do I Apply?
Benefits of Being a Peer Tutor:
Tutees (students getting tutoring) have the following responsibilities:
Before the tutoring sessions:
During the tutoring session:
Still Having Difficulty?
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