"Peer Tutoring helped immensely with my papers and writing skills." - University of Redlands student
Peer tutoring (Subject and Writing) at the University of Redlands comes at no cost to students attending the University. Tutoring assistance can be utilized in most academic subjects at the University.
To be a tutor, students must have faculty recommendations in the subject they wish to tutor. They also must have at least a 3.3 GPA in the subject. Tutors possess good communication skills, a positive outlook, patience and the ability to work independently.
All Academic Success Center Tutors strive to:
Provide individual attention and assistance for students experiencing academic difficulty in a particular class or who just want to improve.
Empower students to become independent learners by helping them develop study skills such as note-taking, time management, and test-taking skills.
Provide a supportive environment where students can become more self-confident about their own capabilities.
Encourage students to take responsibility for their own education.
Help and support all students. This includes those with academic accommodations, non-traditional aged students, and those for whom English is a second language.
Assist professors by providing individual attention for students who may need it.
Click here to view current tutor employment openings.