DEANS' PEER TUTORING PROGRAM

Peer tutors provide supplementary course-content instruction for students who request them. Peer tutoring is provided free of charge; students can receive up to two hours of tutoring each week per course for which they are matched with a tutor. Peer tutors are employed by the University, and paid by the Deans’ Office.

Individual tutor-tutee matches are made as quickly as possible. While students may be referred to use the Deans' Peer Tutoring Program, tutees are self-identified, and must complete a request for tutoring in order to be matched with a tutor. Students recommended to be a peer tutor must also self-enroll, and complete the enrollment requirements, before they will be matched with a tutee.

For more information on how to request a peer tutor, please see the Guidelines for Requesting a Peer Tutor
For more information on becoming a peer tutor, please see the Guidelines for Enrolling as a Peer Tutor
For more information on the Deans' Peer Tutoring Program, read through the Frequently Asked Questions or contact the Deans' Peer Tutoring Program

WHAT STUDENTS HAVE SAID ABOUT THE Deans' Peer Tutoring Program:

  • “[I was matched with] an awesome tutor. Despite her own rigorous academic load, she is attentive and positive during our meetings. I have gained some tools that I can employ to facilitate my own learning in this subject.” – Class of 2018

  • “I am thankful for this tutoring program because I have been able to receive more help and it has bettered my understanding of the course material.” – Class of 2019