Student Support Services offers free tutoring for its participants. SSS strives to provide one-on-one tutoring sessions, but at times a group of two or three students will be formed when tutor availability is limited. We offer tutoring in 100-400 level courses and expect students participating in the tutoring component to make it a weekly commitment.
Participants who want to receive tutoring must stop by the SSS Office in order to complete a Tutorial Request Form. Once your request is made, the Tutor Coordinator makes every effort to fill the request.
Below is the list of SSS Supported Courses for the Spring 2015 Semester:
- BIOL 110-150
- CSC 100-220
- MATH 121-472
- ENGL 110-470
- SPAN 110-120
- CHEM 140-421
- BADM 209, 215, 412
- SOCI 150-210
- ECON 211-212
- HCM 310-420
- FINC 311
- PHIL 110
- SPEE 200
- STAT 202
SSS Tutors are caring and knowledgeable. They must also meet the following criteria:
Have received an A or B in the course to be tutored or a higher level course in the subject area
Have an overall GPA of 3.0
For more information about tutoring or to sign up for tutoring, contact our Tutor Coordinator, Mrs. Vivian Davis-Utley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you have what it takes to become an SSS Tutor?
The goal of the SSS Tutorial Component is to provide supplementary academic support to students to improve their performance in designated courses. SSS Tutors report directly to the Tutor Coordinator.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Develop a positive working relationship with the Student Support Services' staff and participants.
- Keep accurate records of student's attendance and tutoring services rendered to participants.
- Maintain communication with the instructors of the program's participants.
- Support the program's efforts of student retention by interacting with participants in a positive manner.
- Provide supplementary academic services to participants on an individual and/or small group basis.
- Evaluate participants performance on a regular basis through quizzes, tests and instructors comments.
- Attend all meetings, conferences, and training sessions for tutors.
- Utilize course syllabus provided by the instructor, textbooks, and other materials to assist participants in successfully completing course requirements.
Tutors must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0.
Must be able to communicate effectively, verbally and written.
Have an interest in working with peers to improve their grades.
Received a grade of A or B in course they are tutoring.
Contact Mrs. Vivian Davis-Utley to discuss the application process and to schedule an interview.
Office: Helen T. Chick Bldg., Room 109