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 $14 per hour.
- For graduate tutors, it is $15 per hour.
Is there financial assistance available to cover this tutoring service?
- If you need financial assistance, please use the Peer Tutor Request Form.
- If you are eligible, Academic Support and Access Center will, on average, cover 2 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 (March 16, 2019) of the semester. Thereafter, it is less likely that Peer 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.