Wesley’s peer tutoring program provides personalized support for subjects across the curriculum for all students on an as needed basis. With a goal of assisting all Wesley students in their quest for academic excellence, the tutors are committed to promoting independent, active learning among the students they assist.
Our extensive peer tutoring program includes 35-40 peer tutors who cover a wide spectrum of academic courses. Tutors are Wesley students who excel in their subject, are recommended by faculty, maintain a high overall GPA, and are hired and trained through a series of workshops by professional staff members.
Tutors receive basic training in up-to-date research in tutoring skills, metacognition and learning styles. Tutors can advance beyond the basics, continuing their training to achieve international certification from the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA).
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NEED A TUTOR?
Tutoring takes place throughout the day and can be on a drop-in basis or by appointments made online through TutorTrac. Check out the Tutor’s Schedule Binder at the front of the ARC to locate a tutor and see their work schedule. Or you can use TutorTrac to search through the course specialties. Although tutoring is available for many subjects, there may be a time when you don’t see your area of interest on our list. Your academic needs are our main concern and we will do our best to locate a tutor who can assist you. Email the Coordinator of the Writing Center and Tutoring Programs or see her in PL109 to let her know what you need.
Subject area tutors are available in the ARC following Wesley’s academic calendar on:
Sunday: 3:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Monday – Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - Noon and 1:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m. - noon
INTERESTED IN BECOMING A TUTOR?
Students who excel in a subject and maintain a high GPA are welcome to join our team! Come to the ARC and speak to one of the Directors about working with us. Any questions, contact:
Coordinator, Writing Center and Tutoring Program
Parker Library 109