Peer Tutoring

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FREE Peer Tutoring Services

Tutors are available in a variety of disciplines to all Century students. You may receive tutoring services by simply signing up in the centers or by walk-in appointment, if a tutor is available.

NOTE: You MUST have your student ID to receive tutoring services.

Skilled Tutors

Peer Tutors are students who have taken the courses, received high grades, and been recommended by instructors.

Tutors are trained to assist you with :

  • specific courses
  • time management
  • note taking
  • reading textbooks

Tutors have the opportunity to become certified through the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) to continually advance their tutoring skills.

Student Responsibilities

It is important that you prepare for your tutoring sessions by reading the course material, and by bringing your syllabus, textbook, and assignment.

Peer Tutors are not substitutes for your instructors, so they will not re-lecture your course material. In addition, tutors do not proofread or edit papers and will not do your work for you.

Tutors Linked to Classes Program

Tutors Linked to Classes (TLC) is a faculty-driven program that links a tutor to specific entry-level courses in English, Math, Reading, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, and the Sciences.

The TLC Tutor attends lecture and provides tutoring specifically to the students in the courses to which they are assigned.

Location and Hours

West Academic Support Center – W2461

Monday – Thursday: 8 am – 4:30 pm
Friday: 8 am – 4 pm
 
Jackie Reichter
Peer Tutor Coordinator
651.779.3258

East Campus Student Support Center – E2542

Monday – Thursday: 8 am – 4:30 pm
Friday: 8 am – 4 pm
Keith Hagen
Peer Tutor Coordinator
651.779.3293

Becoming a Tutor

If you are interested in becoming a tutor, please complete the attached application (details about available positions are listed on the application).

If you have further questions, please contact Jackie Reichter or Keith Hagen.