Welcome to Peer Tutoring Center

"Do you need help studying for a class or an upcoming test? Maybe you want some extra help going over an assignment in class? Our tutors are students too, so they understand how it feels to be a student. They've taken the classes and studied for the exams. They’ve worked hard to become the best support system here, for you, so that you can be successful in your classes.

Our tutors can help in most of the general education courses and remember, all tutoring is free. Sign up, fill out the tutoring request form below, or give us a call today to get you started."

Who:

Peer tutors, who have successfully completed course work and recommended by instructors

Where:

For Fall 2022, we will be offering in-person tutoring and zoom sessions. Please complete the form below to request tutoring. Our location is Curtice-Mott Complex Room CM2007

When:

Monday through Thursday from 9-4 pm, depending on tutor's availability. Please inquire for additional days and times.

What:

The mission of Peer Tutoring is to provide students with support and tools to become independent, self-sufficient, and confident learners.

How:

email: [email protected], phone: (810) 232-4696, or request an appointment with a peer tutor by completing our online form below.

Getting started:

  • We offer one-on-one and group tutoring appointments. Appointments last up to 50 minutes and can be scheduled up to three weeks in advance.
  • You can schedule two appointments per week, per subject.
  • We offer tutoring in most of the general education classes (100 and 200 level).
  • Students who submit a tutor request form are notified by e-mail of their appointment time as soon as possible (usually the same day, unless on the weekends).
  • If there is not an appointment or study group available, we will work with you to try and get you in contact with your department, faculty, or other tutoring lab on campus.

What to do:

  • Students should bring all course related materials books, lecture notes to their tutoring sessions and it is recommended that you prepare a list of questions or topics that you would like to discuss with your tutor.
  • Please contact the Peer Tutoring Center as soon as possible if you are going to miss an appointment (810) 232-4696.
  • If you are late for an appointment, the tutor will wait for you. However, appointments are 50 minutes and your session will end at the scheduled time.
  • If you are late for your appointment, and another student is seeking tutoring, the tutor may take the other student in place of your scheduled appointment.
  • Students must attend class, attempt the homework, and do assigned readings.
  • If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Peer Tutor Coordinator.