Students can hone their communication, facilitation, and leadership skills by becoming a tutor at the SLC. Tutors participate in intensive weekly training, are given the opportunity to connect with staff and faculty across campus, and gain pre-professional teaching experience. Each semester the SLC has several tutoring positions available. Employment is on a semester basis; the possibility of re-hire is contingent upon satisfactory performance and SLC programmatic needs. Tutors are compensated for their attendance at all required orientations and training seminar meetings. Note: Students may not be employed by the University more than 50% time during the fall or spring semester in any combination of titles. Students may work up to 100% time during the summer (from the end of spring semester to the beginning of the fall semester) and during the winter break.
These requirements apply to all students interested in providing academic support in the Student Learning Center:
Students must have received a grade of "B" or better in the course(s) they will tutor (or comparable courses) and should have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0.
Students cannot have more than two “Incomplete” grades.
Students must be in good academic standing.
Students agree to abide by all University and SLC Policies.