What is OAS Peer Tutoring?
The Office of Academic Skills provides one-on-one tutoring in a variety of subjects. Peer Tutors are students who have completed the course with at least a 3.0 and have recommendation from a professor in their subject area. Along with great academic standing, professor recommendations and content knowledge, all Peer Tutors are trained on a regular basis to develop appropriate skills to help students who seek a tutor in their requested subject area.
What is the format for OAS Peer Tutoring?
You can either be tutored one on one by making an appointment (see below), or use our new resource; Study Tables. Study tables are a great place for you to study or complete practice worksheets and problems independently, with the support of a tutor nearby if you have questions. See the schedule (link below) for days and times of Study Tables and Course Mentor Sessions.
How do I meet with a Peer Tutor?
Click on the link below to make an appointment with a subject tutor or to view the tutor schedule. All users need to log in with their WAC login username and password. New users will need to make a profile to register before viewing the schedule. Please choose the OAS Peer Tutor center from the drop down menu.
Attend a Study Table (schedule)
PEER TUTORING AREAS:
Can I request a tutor for a subject not shown?
Yes! Please click Request a Tutor Form. You will need to complete all parts of the form.
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