Peer Tutoring

Peer tutoring is an active-learning and guided practice approach for students to interact with other peers, through individual or group instruction. It is supplemental to the teaching that takes place in the classroom and does not replace attending class, weekly office hours, or specific course curriculum. We strongly encourage you to always make use of faculty office hours for individualized instruction.

Peer tutors have often had the same class with the same instructor. They understand the potential roadblocks to success from a student standpoint. Students may find it easier to talk about difficulties they are having in a class and often develop a sense of partnership with a peer tutor.

Quantitative Studies Center (QSC) Tutoring

The QSC maintains peer tutoring for Mathematics, Physics, Biology, Economics, and Chemistry.

Quantitative Studies Center

Peer Tutoring Subjects

The Learning Support Center provides free peer tutoring service for introductory and some upper-level courses in the following programs of study, including:

Anthropology:

  • Cameron Voss
  • Rebecca Wagener

Art History:

  • Rebecca Wagener

Communications:

  • Alondra Alcazar
  • Emily Bernas

English:

  • Malyn Berger

Geology:

  • Taylor Huggins
  • Aliera Konett

History:

  • Tori Wiese

Kinesiology:

  • Katie Porter
  • Mackenzie Yob

French:

  • Sunny Kim
  • Victoria Smith

Spanish:

  • Claudia Hale
  • Tori Wiese

Music Theory:

  • Lily Goldberger
  • Meredith Nelson

Philosophy:

  • Veren Aben
  • Aura Ware

Political Science:

  • Bailee McGraw

Psychology:

  • Alondra Alcazar
  • Anna Crysler
  • Gabe Kribs
  • Anna Lewis
  • Haley McQuown
  • Aura Ware

Religious Studies:

  • Cameron Voss

Sociology:

  • Victoria Smith

Theatre:

  • Claire Mitchell

Peer Tutoring Services

The LSC offers students and faculty three different types of peer tutoring services including:

Individual Tutoring

  • Weekly or short-term support
  • Tutor + 1 or 2 Students
  • Address specific issues, concerns, and goals

Exam Review

A Fall Exam Review schedule is coming soon.

  • "One and done" model as it occurs most often prior to an exam or major quiz
  • Set up for classes where exams are most significant or heavy on grade

Weekly Guided Practice Sessions

  • Weekly, active-learning of course content with peers
  • Tutor as "facilitator" of course content
  • Create active-learning environment for peer-to-peer learning, 'play,' and practice of material
  • No "study room or Q/A" passive learning
  • Students expected to participate and interact with content