Check out the information on this page. If you decide to apply, fill out an application form for the specific discipline(s) that you would like to tutor and email to the appropriate contact person.
What are the requirements to being a peer tutor?
What are the qualities of a good peer tutor?
A good tutor is more than a good student. A good tutor should possess the following traits:
What are the benefits of being a peer tutor?
What is the application process?
To apply, you must complete an application form for the specific discipline(s) that you would like to tutor. Then, you must email the application to the appropriate tutor coordinator. The tutor coordinator will then contact your faculty/staff references. Please ask these faculty/staff to be references before turning in your application. After a completed application (student application plus faculty/staff references) are reviewed, the tutor coordinator will contact you regarding your application. You may be asked to come in for an interview.
Fill out a Mathematics Tutor Application (pdf) and return to Dr. James Sobota.
**Positions for Math Tutors for Fall 2013 are no longer be accepted. Application for Spring 2013 will be accepted until December 2, 2013.
Fill out a Writing Center Application (docx) and return to Virginia Crank.
Fill out a Biology Tutor Application (pdf) and return to Lee Baines.
Fill out a Chemistry Tutor Application (pdf) and return to Kate Friesen
Fill out a Microbiology Tutor Application (docx) and return to Sue Anglehart.
Fill out a Public Speaking Center application and return to
Dr. Tony Docan-Morgan Public Speaking Center Application
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