If you demonstrate academic excellence in specific courses (as documented by a final grade of B or better) and have a desire to help others, you may have the qualifications to become a peer tutor.
There are a few steps necessary to become a Peer Tutor*:
- View Orientation Part 1. Click the link to access a 7-minute presentation on the basics of becoming a Peer Tutor. You will also be given access to paperwork. When done viewing the presentation, simply close that window.
- Schedule Orientation Part 2. This is a 30-minute session with the tutor coordinator which follows up on information presented in Part 1. You must also turn in the completed paperwork at this session.
- Participate in the paid training. See the link on the right for a complete explanation of the training. You will be able to sign up for a training session at Orientation Part 2.
NOTE: Although not mandatory, we prefer to hire students who are eligible for Federal Work Study. Check your financial aid award and/or with the Financial Aid department regarding your eligibility.
*Completion of orientation and/or training does not guarantee hours will be available.