Peer Tutoring
TRiO Student Support Services offers free peer tutoring to all TRiO participants. TRiO Peer Tutors are trained through College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA) guidelines and tutor individuals or small groups of up to four learners.

Back L to R: Alex Meyer, Christian Doyle, Matthew Randall
Second from back L to R: Katie Lazenby, Lindsey Miller, Lexi Timm
Second from front: Dyrani Clark, Madi Miller 
Front L to R: Adam Borman, Caleb Heiberger
Tutoring is offered to help students improve their class grades and to become active, independent learners. Study skills are emphasized while tutors help learners with their class material.



Spring 2014 Peer Tutor ListPeer Tutoring is available for TRiO Eligible students in the following classes:

BIO 122   Principles of Biology II
BIO 222
Microbiology
BIO 330 Anatomy & Physiology II
BUS 220
Concepts/Practices of Management
BUS 252
Principles of Acct II
BUS 263
Business Law
CHM 174
University Chemistry II
CHM 331
Organic Chemistry II
CHM 342
Biochemistry II
COR 101
Interdisciplinary Investigations I
ECO 232
Principles of Macro Economics
HIS 102
World History II
HIS 202
US History II
LAN 202
Intermediate Spanish II
MTH 115
Math for Liberal Arts
MTH 125
College Algebra
MTH 200
Statistics
MTH 220
Calculus II
PHL 101
Philosophy of Life
PHS 270
University Physics II
PSY 131
General Psychology
PSY 202 History of Psychology
PSY 237 Development Psychology
PSY 381 Psychology of Personality
PSY 443 Abnormal Psychology
SOC 152 Intro to Sociology

To request a tutor stop in the TRiO office, McGovern Library, second floor.

If you are seeking assistance in a course that is not listed, please contact the Tutor Coordinator. If there is not a tutor available it is recommended that you consult your professor’s office hours.

Request for Tutoring Form



Tutoring Rules
  • Learners are required to meet with their tutors at least twice a week. 
  • Learners may be assigned to a small group tutoring session for up to four students. 
  • Learners are required to contact their tutors if they cannot make their scheduled session at least 12 hours in advance. If a tutoring session must be rescheduled, the learner or tutor must contact the other via exchanged contact information.
  • Learners are allowed to miss two sessions. At the third missed session, the learner will be required to meet with the Tutor Coordinator to determine if tutoring for that class will continue. 
  • Learners are required to sign in and out at each session for record keeping purposes. 
  • Learners are required to attend all classes! Tutoring is not a substitute for attending class lectures, labs or review sessions. 
  • Learners are required to check their DWU email account daily and their DWU mailboxes regularly to receive updates from their tutor and the Tutor Coordinator. 
  • Learners are required to be prepared for every tutoring session. This includes bringing all notes, the text, handouts, and homework assigned by the tutor to each session. Tutors reserve the right to ask an unprepared student to leave the session. 
  • Tutors will not complete a learner's homework assignment for them, so attend each session with homework already attempted. This will let the tutor know which direction to take the tutoring session. 
*If a tutoring session must be rescheduled, the tutee or tutor must contact the other via exchanged contact information or contact Tutor Coordinator, Donna Dunn at 995-2904.

TRiO Peer Tutor Contact FormTutors will fill out an online contact form after every tutoring session. Click the following link to fill out a contact form.

Tutor and Learner Contact Form
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