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What is the Peer Tutoring Program?
The Peer Tutoring Program allows students to help other students with a particular subject. Students can meet with a tutor one-on-one or in a group session. The program is limited to students enrolled at Columbus State and is free. Students can meet with their tutor on a weekly basis throughout the entire quarter.
How can I get a Peer Tutor?
- Complete the forms and return them to the Peer Tutoring Coordinator in Aquinas Hall, Room 241.
- Schedule an appointment with the Peer Tutoring Coordinator. If the coordinator is unavailable, you may schedule an appointment by calling 287-2474.
- When you meet with the coordinator, you will be given a tutor assignment. If a tutor is unavailable, the coordinator will discuss other options.
- Follow the link at the bottom of this page.
How can I become a Peer Tutor?
Students must sign up to be a peer tutor. Eligible students must have a current GPA of 3.0 or higher and have received an A or B in the course(s) they wish to tutor. There are many benefits to becoming a peer tutor including earning money, developing interpersonal and communication skill, and building work experience.
Department of Developmental Education
Aquinas Hall 215
Columbus State Community College
550 East Spring Street
Columbus, Ohio 43216
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.