Submit Session Progress Report
Want to be a tutor?
Each semester, the office of Academic Services for Student-Athletes employs tutors in a wide
variety of academic disciplines to assist student-athletes with their academic
coursework. These are paid positions and both graduate and undergraduate
students are eligible to apply. In addition, the office offers specific
opportunities for upperclassmen and graduate students to work as study
hall monitors or peer mentors. Please see the link at the right for more
information about our Mentor Program.
Are you qualified?
To be qualified to tutor for a course, you must have received AP credit
or a grade of an A or an A-, or have an undergraduate degree in the field, and must be confident in your ability to
effectively convey the subject matter to another student. You will also
be asked to provide a brief recommendation from a professor.
We are in need of tutors for the following subjects for Summer 2015:
- ACMS 10145 - Stats for Business
- ACCT 20100 - Accountancy I
- ACCT 20200 - Accountancy II
- ECON 10011 - Principles of Microeconomics
- FIN 20150 - Corporate Financial Management
- FIN 30220 - Macroeconomic Analysis
- MATH 10120 - Finite Math
- MATH 10250 - Calculus I
- MATH 10560 - Calculus II
- MATH 20550- Calculus III
- PHYS 30210 - Physics I
- PHYS 30220 - Physics II
Need More Information?
Specific questions should be directed to Tara Pillai, Tutor Coordinator, at email@example.com.
View our Tutor Manual and Mentor Manual to learn more about the positions.
To apply for a tutor, monitor or peer mentor position, please fill out the Tutor Information Sheet
(You'll need your netID and password).