Tutor Information

  • Our tutors are highly qualified students and staff, who receive training on an ongoing basis. They maintain high standards of academic integrity and customer service.

  • Tutoring services are free to you. Certain times of the day are busier in the Learning Center than others and you should drop in at different time to see what works for your schedule.

  • Please consult the tutor schedule link on this page for an up-to-date version of who is working and when.

  • Tutors are available in the fall and spring semesters and in the summer on a limited basis. Do you think you might make a good tutor? Contact Krista Townsend, Academic Advisor, for more information. You may also talk to the Financial Aid office about work study positions.

Resources for Tutors

  • National Tutoring Association: This organization supports the certification of tutors. It has many excellent resources for tutors to use to become better at what they do.
    http://www.ntatutor.com/
  • College Reading and Learning Association: CRLA is a group of student-oriented professionals active in the fields of reading, learning assistance, developmental education, and tutorial services at the college/adult level.
    http://www.crla.net/
  • National Council of Teachers of English: The National Council of Teachers of English, the world’s largest subject-matter educational association, is devoted to improving the teaching of English and language arts at all levels of education.
    http://www.ncte.org/