Peer Tutoring Services provides a peer tutor referral program which is used to offer one-on-one tutoring for courses that are not available in the Tutoring Lab or covered by Quantitative Academic Support.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How do I put in a request for courses not offered in the Tutoring Lab or by Quantitative Academic Support?
- You can request a tutor using the Peer Tutor Request Form.
- Once received, Peer Tutoring Services will try to find a tutor to fill your request.
Is there a fee for this tutoring service?
- Yes, there is a fee for this service. The fee is set by Peer Tutoring Services.
- For undergraduate tutors, it is $15 per hour.
- For graduate tutors, it is $16 per hour.
Is there financial assistance available to cover this tutoring service?
- If you need financial assistance, please denote that on the Peer Tutor Request Form.
- If you are eligible, Academic Support and Access Center will cover 3 hours of tutoring per week.
Can the tutoring fee be waived?
- Typically, if you are a student in one of the following programs, your fee can be waived.
- Frederick Douglass Distinguished Scholars
- STEP (Summer Transition Enrichment Program)
- Student Athletes
Tutor requests should be submitted by Week 10 of Fall 2020 or by October 30, 2020. Thereafter, it is less likely that Tutoring Services will be able to secure a tutor.
ADDITIONAL ACADEMIC SUPPORT
- Academic support and tutoring services for all Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, and Physics is provided by the Quantitative Academic Support.
- For support in writing classes or on papers, essays, and compositions for other courses, visit the Writing Center located on the first floor of the Bender Library.
- If you are seeking additional support in language course, visit the Center of Language Exploration, Acquisition, and Research (CLEAR), located in Anderson Hall, Room B-10.