The peer tutoring program is designed to support student success. It is open and free for all DMU students. Peer tutors strive to help individuals or small groups identify strategies, tips, and resources, which may improve learning, comprehension, and confidence for students in particular areas of study.
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Students are eligible to request a tutor if they:
To request a tutor, contact CTL at firstname.lastname@example.org indicating what subject(s) you need a peer tutor for. CTL will then reach out to the peer tutors in that subject area to see who is available. Once we have matched you with a peer tutor, we will send both students an email so that they can get in touch to arrange a time and place to meet. If for some reason you are not able to work out a time to meet, please follow up with CTL to let us know and we will try finding an alternative tutor.
Tutors are students who have other obligations as well. Please remember to be understanding, flexible, respectful, and communicate.
In order to become a tutor, a student must meet the following criteria:
Please note: We advise you do not commit to tutoring more than two individual students or one student and one tutor group. It is imperative you do not neglect your own studies. Additionally, CTL may contact you directly to help with individual student needs. Thus, maintaining a smaller case load of tutees would allow you to assist in these instances.
Tutees are students who have other obligations as well. Please remember to be understanding, flexible, respectful, and communicate.