The CLR offers professional, graduate student, and undergraduate tutors. Click a tab below to learn more about each type of tutor.
Our professional tutors possess a master's degree or higher in their field and college-level teaching experience in the subject(s) they support. Subjects our professional tutors support include:
- Art History
- Business Writing
- Forensic Science
- Quantitative Analysis (QA)
- Reading Fundamentals
- Religion and Philosophy
Peer TutoringAll student tutors are undergraduates specializing in the courses that they support. Undergraduate student tutors primarily work with students on 1000- and 2000-level courses in and related to their major/majors. Student tutors are a great resource as they have taken the same classes that you are taking, often with the same professor(s). Therefore, they are prepared to give you the inside scoop on what you need to do, and how you should do it, to succeed in the course. Our student tutors are situated around campus, typically in areas associated with their department. Therefore, you will find the Engineering tutors in the Buckman Hall 1st Floor Study Lounge, the Fire Science tutors in the Fire Science 1st floor lounge of Echlin Hall, and so forth. Students are strongly encouraged to make an appointment with a tutor, but will be seen on a first-come, first-served, walk-in basis.
Thirty of our student staff are trained in the mechanics of the ePortfolio, including the little quirks of saving in spots and how to design an aesthetically pleasing ePortfolio to catch the eye of a prospective employer.
Our Writing Lab staff are ready to assist you in discussing your thoughts on which pieces of writing you might include in your english portfolio, while our Nutrition and Dietetics and Dental Hygiene peer tutors can also help you with your professional presentations.