About Peer Tutoring
Why Consider Tutoring?
Peer tutoring has several valuable benefits for both learners and tutors. Peer learning can lead to improved attitudes and a more personalized, engaging, and collaborative learning experience, all of which can lead to higher achievement.
- Tutoring can lead to higher academic achievement
- Tutoring can foster a more personalized learning experience
- Tutoring can enrich your understanding of the course material
- Tutoring can help you focus on what is important
- Tutoring can help you improve your study skills
- Tutoring encourages higher-order thinking
- Tutoring will help you become an independent learner
- Tutoring can help you manage your time more effectively
- Tutoring schedule is flexible and convenient
- Tutoring sessions will be customized to your needs
|Analysis and Design of Algorithms, CSCE 2202|
|Business Finance I, FINC 2101|
|Calculus I, MACT 1121|
|Calculus II, MACT 1122|
|Calculus III, MACT 212|
|Classical Mechanics, Sound and Heat, PHYS 1011|
|Circuit Analysis I, ECNG 2105|
|Differential Equations, MACT 2141|
|Discrete Mathematics, MACT 2131|
|Electricity and Magnetism, PHYS 1021|
|Engineering Mechanics I (Statics), ENGR 2102|
|Engineering Mechanics II (Dynamics), ENGR 210|
|Engineering Analysis and Computation I, ENGR 3202|
|Financial Accounting, ACCT 2001|
|Fundamentals of Computing I, CSCE 1001|
|Fundamentals of Computing II, CSCE 1101|
|Fundamentals of Computing II Lab, CSCE 1102|
|Fundamentals of Data Science I, DSCI 1411|
|General Chemistry I, CHEM 1005|
|Intermediate Accounting I, ACCT 3001|
|Introduction to Business, BADM 2001|
|Introduction to Electronics, PHYS 2211|
|Introduction to Macroeconomics, ECON 2021|
|Introduction to Microeconomics, ECON 2011|
|Introduction to Psychology, PSYC 1000|
|Introduction to Psychological Statistics, PSYC 2000|
|Investment Analysis, FINC 3201|
|Labor Economics, ECON 3071|
|Lifespan Development, PSYC 304|
|Managerial Accounting, ACCT 2002|
|Mathematics for Economists I, ECON 2061|
|Mathematics for Economists II, ECON 3061|
|Programming Elements for Electrical Engineering, ECNG 1502|
|Social Psychology, PSYC 3010|
|Statistics for Business, MACT 2222|
|Statistical Inference, MACT 3223|
|Strength of Materials, MENG 2112|
If you would like to get support in a course that is not listed above, email us to see if we can connect you with someone who could meet your needs.
What to Expect?
Peer tutoring sessions are one-on-one and customized to your learning needs.
You will have the option to meet your tutor face-to-face on campus or online via zoom. On-campus sessions will take place in the library study rooms P001 and P002 or in G10, G11, G14 and G15 study carrels. You will receive an email for online sessions with the zoom link for your scheduled session.
All tutors have currently enrolled AUC students who have excelled in their academics and are highly recommended by their professors to provide the tutoring service. Additionally, all tutors have completed their training on facilitating and scaffolding the learning process and participate in regular training sessions to enhance their tutoring and facilitation skills.
There are currently no fees associated with peer tutoring.
What Tutors Can Do:
- Break down and explain course concepts and problem sets with you.
- Brainstorm and strategize studying techniques that suit you.
- Clarify and elaborate on the information presented by the instructor in class.
- Provide you with additional examples and practice problems to reinforce concepts.
What Tutors Cannot Do:
- Solve assignments, write term papers or work on projects.
- Share their own or someone else’s classwork with you.
- Teach you material that you have not read or heard in class.
- Critique or comment on a professor’s or teaching assistant’s grading scheme/criteria.
Becoming a Tutor?
Why Should You Become a Peer Tutor?
As a tutor, you will help your peers to work toward self-responsibility and self-direction. The goal is to help the tutee learn not only the subject matter but how to learn and approach new material. As a peer tutor, you will:
- Develop mastery in the topics you enjoy the most
- Develop strong communication and leadership skills
- Develop professional behavior
- Develop strong interpersonal skills
- Build confidence in your ability to make a difference
- Improve knowledge of learning, studying, and test-taking techniques
- Increase your employability
- Boost your income
As a tutor, you:
- Are passionate about a specific class or subject area
- Enjoy helping others
- Like sharing knowledge and connecting with peers
- Are dependable, organized, respectful, friendly, patient, understanding, and compassionate
- Are comfortable with adapting to different learning styles
Eligibility criteria for becoming a peer tutor:
- Must be a currently enrolled student in good academic standing
- Must have at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA
- Must have earned an A- or better in the course(s) you wish to tutor
- Receive a faculty recommendation for the course you wish to tutor
- Must participate in the peer tutoring training sessions
If you are interested in joining the peer tutoring team, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.