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Peer Tutoring

How to Become a Tutor

If you are interested in being a peer tutor, please see the Coordinator of Student Tutoring.


  • 3.0 GPA
  • Grades of "A" or "B" in subject
  • Interview with Coordinator of Tutoring
  • Good communications skills
  • A sincere desire to help others
  • Ability to relate to all risk students


  • Complete Tutor Training (required after you are accepted as a tutor)
  • Having a set schedule for the semester (flexible schedules also excepted)
  • Documenting material covered on with each tutee
  • Assist in tutoring lab with other duties as requested

See Policy 06:32:00 Student Personnel

The Office of Student Tutoring does not post advertisements for student tutors. Students come to the Student Tutoring office and ask about tutoring opportunities. If it is a subject for which the college needs tutors and the student has made an A or a high B in the class, the student is interviewed and given an application packet to complete. Many times, a faculty member will recommend that a student check with the Student Tutoring office to see if tutors are needed for a particular subject. Only temporary part-time employees (non-students) are advertised through Human Resources. Regular peer tutors are recommended by Faculty, Staff or Financial Aid.