We are accepting applications for peer tutors for the Fall 2022.
For details on how to apply, please see the 'Becoming a Peer Tutor' section below.
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?
Ron Doyle Library
443 Northern Avenue
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
(705) 759-2554 ext. 2711