Deans' Office Peer Tutoring Program
IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ
The first person you should see if you are having difficulties in a course is your course instructor. Peer tutoring should be used to supplement other means of support such as TA sessions, group mentoring programs, the writing and math workshops, and sessions held by peer advisers. If you still need more intensive, individualized tutoring, you may request individual tutoring by following these steps:
- Inform your course instructor that you are requesting a tutor
- Complete this form
- Read the “Guidelines for Students Requesting A Tutor”
- Meet with your class dean for approval
Tutors are not assigned as language conversation partners. Please contact your instructor for conversation partners.
Requesting a tutor does not guarantee that you will be placed with a tutor. Tutor Requests are processed in the order received.
Please submit ONLY ONE request per class. Submitting multiple requests will only delay the assignment process.
The following courses are tutored in small groups. If you are requesting a tutor for these courses, your name will be shared with the other students being assigned to the group.
BIOL/MB&B 181, 182; CHEM 141, 142, 251, 252; ECON 110, 300, 301; MATH 117, 118, 121, 122, 221, 222; PHYS 111
Due to increased demand for tutors, many assignments are now being made is small groups of three to five students.
Tutor Request Form
Please enter all fields (first and last name, class year, etc.)
If you are requesting a specific tutor or have specific requirements, please include this information in the comments section below prior to submitting your request to avoid confusion.