Located at the Academic Success Center on the third floor of the RFK Library, the Tutoring Center provides support to students in a variety of disciplines.
The tutoring program is designed to help students achieve academic success by providing qualified peer tutors to students who request assistance in their course work. Any student is eligible to receive this free service.
Tutors are available to meet one on one or in a group setting. Appointments are made through Michele Lang, the tutoring coordinator.
For questions regarding tutoring contact:
Academic Success Counselor
Tutoring and Mentoring Coordinator
Want to be a tutor?
Tutors are students who have performed well in the subject area for which they wish to tutor. A recommendation from one faculty in their specific field is required. Tutors must also have an overall GPA of 3.0 or above. This is a paid student worker position. Students interested in becoming tutors may inquire with Michele Lang (see contact information above) or submit an application through the Human Resources web page under Employment Opportunities.