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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 semester.
How can I get a Peer Tutor?
- Complete the forms and return them to the Peer Tutoring Coordinator in Workforce Development, Room 1095.
- 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.
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