The mission of the University-Wide Tutoring Program is to assist students with achieving personal, academic, and career goals by enabling them adapt to the academic environment of college, improve their academic success, and enhance the quality of their scholarly work.

Our tutoring services provide trained tutors who connect with students at their level of knowledge to help them with course content and to help guide them towards academic success.

The purpose of the University-Wide Tutoring Program is to assist student by providing high-quality academic assistance through one-on-one, drop in, and small group peer tutoring and Peer Learning Assistance for specific 100 and 200-level courses and some upper division courses.

All of our tutoring is peer facilitated, meaning that students are tutored by students. This is a great advantage for students, as their tutors understand their perspectives and have taken the same courses.

Our tutors have excelled academically! They have at least a cumulative 3.0 GPA and have earned a B or better in the course they tutor.

The Warrior Tutoring Center provides students with a variety of tutoring services.

All of our tutoring is peer facilitated, meaning that students are tutored by students. This is a great advantage for students, as their tutors understand their perspectives and have taken the same courses.

Our tutors have excelled academically! They have at least a cumulative 3.0 GPA and have earned a B or better in the course they tutor.

The WTC provides students with a variety of tutoring services.

Drop-in Tutoring Labs

Drop-In Labs are for students who have a specific question or assignment, need clarification of content or assistance with study skills. Labs are typically offered for 100 and 200-level general education courses.

No appointment is needed! A student just walks into the location where the Lab is being held and will find a tutor seated at a table with a sign with the name of the course.

Labs are located throughout campus and are held Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Check the drop-in schedule for times and locations.

Drop-in Lab Tutors have taken the course, have earned at least a B or better in the course, and have been recommended by two professors. Tutors also complete a ten hour national certification training.

Individual Tutoring Sessions

Individual tutoring sessions are for students who would like one-on-one assistance and who need more in-depth assistance with course content and study skills than a drop-in lab provides.

Individual tutoring is offered for courses that are not generally offered in drop-in sessions or offered as a learning assisted guided session.

To request Individual Tutoring, please fill out this form, and a representative from the Warrior Tutoring Center will be in contact with you regarding your request.

Math Question Center (MathQC)

MathQC Tutors assist students who have various levels of knowledge gain a clearer and deeper understanding of math, in a collaborative and active learning environment. Students tutoring in the MathQC primarily work out of the 2nd and 3rd floors of the Science and Technology building.

These tutoring sessions are offered on a drop-in basis, and may be requested for individualized tutoring (using the Tutor Request Form).

Small Group Tutoring

Small group tutoring is for students who are in the same major or class and looking to master course content, with the guidance of a tutor. Groups must be at least five participants, but no more than 12 to be considered.

Small group tutoring is available, by request, through the Warrior Tutoring Center by filling out the Small Group Tutoring Request Form.

Students are invited to drop by the department to study, or sign up for tutoring, or to inquire about any DAEL program.

Contact Information

Campus Address
Rosenkrans East
Phone:
(570) 422-6700
Fax:
(570) 422-3898 (Fax)
Title of Department Leader
Professor/Chair Academic Enrichment & Learning
Name
Dr. J. Truschel
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