Now Hiring for Fall 2022

The Science and Math Learning Center hires undergraduate students to tutor typically between 4-10 hours per week. All in-person tutoring takes place within the SMLC on the first floor of the Student Success Center. 


Students can apply to become a tutor in one (or more) of four disciplines:

  • Chemistry
  • Math
  • Physics
  • Statistics

Tutors must meet the following qualifications:

  • Overall 2.75 CUM GPA or better
  • Achieved no lower than a B in courses they are intending to tutor
  • Submit 2 recommendations (at least one from a professor in the discipline they are intending to tutor)
  • Demonstrate adequate knowledge in discipline within personal interview

Tutors must have completed the following courses (or equivalent) in the respective discipline:

  • Math: MATH 236 (Calculus II)
    • completion of Math 237 (Calculus III) is preferred, but not mandatory
  • General Chemistry: CHEM 131 and CHEM 132
  • Organic Chemistry: CHEM 241 and CHEM 242
  • Physics: PHYS 240 and PHYS 250
  • Statistics: MATH 220 (or equivalent)
    • completion of additional statistics course is preferred, but not mandatory
*Note: All majors are welcome to apply as long as you have taken the required courses!

Ready to apply?  Here's what to do:

  • Download, complete, and return to the appropriate coordinator all elements of this tutor application 
  • Please also complete two (2) letter of recommendation forms.  Note: At least one recommendation should be from an instructor in the discipline you are intending to tutor! 
  • The appropriate coordinator(s) will review your application and contact you directly for next steps!
  • Please direct any questions about the application process to the appropriate coordinator(s).
We look forward to working with you!

 

 


At the Science and Math Learning Center, we are committed to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion.  Click here to see the Learning Centers' Commitment to Anti-Racism.

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