Academic Resources: Center for Teaching & Learning
PEER TUTOR CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
Certified by the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA)
What is peer tutoring?
Peer Tutoring is available to any undergraduate student on Endicott's Beverly campus. Students may view the schedule online and sign up for either individual or small group sessions. Assistance is also available for certain graduate programs; contact Tutoring Services (email@example.com, 978-998-7735) for details.
How much does it cost?
Peer Tutoring is offered free of charge.
Who are the Peer Tutors?
Peer Tutors are Endicott undergraduate students who have completed an application and interview process, received a faculty recommendation, maintain a GPA of 3.0 or above, and have earned a B or above in any of the classes that they tutor. In addition, the Peer Tutors complete a minimum of 10 hours of training and are nationally certified by the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA).
How can I become a Peer Tutor?
Applications are currently closed for Spring 2013. New positions do open from time to time, so if you are interested in being added to a list of prospective tutors, please contact the Assistant Director of the Center for Teaching & Learning.
What are the requirements for peer tutor certification?
All peer tutor applicants must submit a faculty recommendation and complete an interview. Peer Tutors are expected to maintain a minimum of a 3.0 GPA, to have earned a B or above in any class that they tutor, and to complete a minimum of 10 hours of training and 25 hours of tutoring during their first year in order to achieve Regular (Level 1) CRLA certification. Additional levels of certification (Advanced and Master) are available to those tutors who complete additional training and tutoring hours in order to qualify.
Are Peer Tutors paid?
Yes. Peer Tutors are paid hourly for their tutoring time. The pay rate increases with each level of CRLA certification achieved.
For more information, please contact:
Allison Muise. M.B.A.
Assistant Director, Center for Teaching & Learning