How to become a tutor
Working with other students in a helping role will provide you with some of the most valuable experience you could ever get during your college years.
Students interested in becoming Chemistry, Math, Physics, History, Government, Micro/Macro Economics , Management Information Systems, Biology (pre-nursing and pre-med) and Spanish tutors in Fall 2013 need to email the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants meeting the qualifications will be selected and contacted for an interview. If selected as a peer tutor, applicants will be scheduled for mandatory training which must be completed BEFORE working as a tutor.
Top 5 Reasons to Become a Tutor
- Earn money that could help with college expenses
- Solidify subject knowledge for future courses and graduate school exam preparation
- Develop communication skills
- Develop leadership skills
- Prepare for future employment skills of working with a team
- Be an enrolled undergraduate with at least a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA
- Submit required documents to Center for Academic Support
- Have received a B or better in one of the courses listed below.
- Attend mandatory training for tutors
- Tutor at least 12-15 hours per week, but no more than 20
- Be able to tutor 2 subsequent semesters
- Be able to tutor at least 3 different subjects
- Provide a letter of recommendation from professors of courses you will tutor
- CHEM 1033, 1043, 1053
- BIOL 1015, 1025, 1113, 1054, 1064
- ENGL 0100, 0112, 0131, 1123, 1133
- HIST 1313, 1323
- MATH 0100, 0113, 0133, 1113, 1115, 1123, 1153, 1124, 2003, 2024, 2153
- MISY 1013
- PHYS 2113, 2123, 2513, 2523
- POSC 1113, 1123
- SPAN 1013, 1023
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