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Educational Support Services Tutoring Information

Need a tutor?

The Educational Support Services Program offers free tutoring for all student-athletes who uphold their academic responsibilities. Most tutoring is conducted in small group settings. However, individual tutoring is provided on a case by case basis. Students requesting assistance MUST submit a Tutor Request Form signed by their professors and then meet with an educational support services advisor.

Contact information for the tutor will be provided to the students via e-mail. It is the student's responsibility to contact the tutor and to arrange a meeting time that is convenient for both the student and the tutor.

Interested in becoming a tutor?

The Educational Support Services Program is looking for tutors in all subjects. Math, science, economics, statistics, business and psychology are the most requested subjects. Tutors usually average around five hours per week but that can vary depending upon student requests, student need and scheduling. Salary will commensurate with education and experience.

If you are interested in becoming a tutor, please complete the following steps:

  1. Complete a Tutor Application
  2. Collect 2 Faculty References
  3. Send a Resume, Transcript (can be unofficial), Faculty References (2) and a completed Tutor Application to Shelby McKay, the tutoring coordinator.

Once all four components of the application are received and reviewed, you may be contacted for an interview. Please direct any further questions regarding the tutoring program to Shelby McKay.

Reminders for current tutors:

Tutor time sheets are due to the Educational Support Services Office each Monday by 12 pm. Please remember to include your checklist and your Request for Paid Prep Time sheets with your time sheets!

Questions concerning your paycheck should be directed to Danya Ellman.

The Educational Support Services Program offers tutoring in a wide variety of subject areas. The Educational Support Services Program interviews, hires and supervises approximately 40-50 tutors; many of whom are graduate students.