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Tutoring Locations

Tutoring Locations

The Academic Success and Career Center (ASCC) offers FREE peer tutoring to all students. Tutoring is located in seven different locations on the Pullman campus. 

The ASCC and Residence Life, partner together to provide this resource to students. The Residence Halls doors are unlocked during the tutoring hours. Any WSU student can utilize this FREE resource. 

Find a Summer Tutor (Search by class)

Locations: 

  • ASCC: Lighty 180
  • CUE 405 
  • Stephenson Hall: Room 210 
  • Gannon Goldsworthy Hall: Gannon Lobby 
  • Regents Hall: Formal Lounge 
  • Streit-Perham: Study Lab next to the Front door and RA Office 
  • Hillside Dining: TV Room 

 

 

 

 

 

Tutoring Resources

Resources

Additional support: 

  • Consult with your Professor or T.A.
  • Make an appointment with an ASCC Academic Coach.
  • Consider forming a study group within your class or residence hall. 

Additional Tutoring Resources:

The ASCC is linking to these additional tutoring resources and the ASCC does not manage or keep these pages up to date. 

Accessing Online, 24/7 Tutoring

ETutoring – WSU is a member of the Northwest eTutoring Consortium which offers unlimited FREE online tutoring to all WSU students. “E-Tutoring is an online tutoring platform which allows tutors to work with students synchronously and asynchronously, answering questions in real time, or replying to questions and essay submissions that students have left for review and commentary”. 

Who will be tutoring me?
“All the tutors are provided by the participating institutions. Tutors must meet rigid qualifications and are constantly evaluated to make sure they are providing the best possible assistance”. 

Tutoring is available in:

  • Accounting
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • Math (through Calculus)
  • Microsoft Office
  • Physics
  • Spanish
  • Statistics
  • Writing

Peer Tutoring


Tutor Testimonials

“For me, tutoring is a opportunity to help someone. In my experiences of tutoring, most people feel shy at first that they do not understand the material. The one on one contact that students may get from tutoring allows them to ask questions any time, and go at the pace that they want to go. As we work out problems step by step, I am able to see the person’s confidence grow along with understanding concepts. That is why I like to tutor”. Patrix A. 

“I love tutoring because I have the opportunity to help fellow cougs feel more confident in their academics! I think students should come to tutoring because we genuinely want to help others to be successful. All of us have struggled with a tricky class or difficult subject matter at one point or another, so having the support to keep your head up and keep going can really make a positive difference”! -Erin.E

What is Tutoring

Tutoring services are a FREE peer facilitated drop-in resource that will guide learning and promote success. Drop-in tutoring means no appointment necessary,  you show up to the location that works for you, and the tutor will be available.  There is no limit on how many times you can access the ASCC peer tutoring services. 

Find a Summer Tutor (Search by class)

What to expect from your tutoring session:

  • Reinforce or clarify course content. 
  • Suggestions for learning past or new material.
  • Review and discuss questions regarding course content. 
  • Fill in the missing gaps of your learning. 

What not to expect from your tutoring session:

  • The tutor will NOT do your work for you.
  • You should NOT expect a tutor to cram with you the day before a test or exam.
  • Tutors are not the professor. 
  • A tutor cannot guarantee you a high grade.
  • A tutor should not replace your own hard work and preparation.

How to make the most of your tutoring session:

  • Come prepared; bring your book, notes and previous exams! 
  • Plan ahead and do not wait until the last minute.
  • Bring specific questions to the tutoring session
  • Attend consistently, build tutoring into your weekly schedule like a class.
  • Actively participate in your tutoring session. Ask questions, it’s the best way to learn! 
  • Know that the tutor cannot do your homework or exams.
  • Review what you have covered in the tutoring session soon after the session has ended. This will reinforce what you have learned.

Peer Tutoring

Peer Tutoring

Find a Summer Tutor (Search by class)

This resource provides a list of free tutoring on-campus provided by the Academic Success and Career Center and is available in the ASCC, certain residence halls, and CUE 405.

Additional Tutoring Resources:

Carson College of Business Tutoring

Economics 101/102 Tutoring Center

Math Learning Center

Office of Multicultural Student Services Tutoring

Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture Tutoring

Undergraduate Writing Center

Accessing Online, 24/7 Tutoring

eTutoring – WSU is a member of the Northwest eTutoring Consortium which offers unlimited FREE online tutoring to all WSU students. Tutoring is available in:

  • Accounting
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • Math (through Calculus)
  • Microsoft Office
  • Physics
  • Spanish
  • Statistics
  • Writing

Peer Tutoring

Peer Tutoring

Find a Tutor (Search by class)

This resource provides a list of free tutoring on-campus provided by the Academic Success and Career Center and is available in the ASCC, certain residence halls, and CUE 405.

Additional Tutoring Resources:

Carson College of Business Tutoring

Economics 101/102 Tutoring Center

Math Learning Center

Office of Multicultural Student Services Tutoring

Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture Tutoring

Undergraduate Writing Center

Accessing Online, 24/7 Tutoring

eTutoring – WSU is a member of the Northwest eTutoring Consortium which offers unlimited FREE online tutoring to all WSU students. Tutoring is available in:

  • Accounting
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • Math (through Calculus)
  • Microsoft Office
  • Physics
  • Spanish
  • Statistics
  • Writing

Peer Tutoring

Peer Tutoring

Find a Summer Tutor (Search by class)

This resource provides a list of free tutoring on-campus provided by the Academic Success and Career Center and is available in the ASCC, certain residence halls, and CUE 405.

Additional Tutoring Resources:

Carson College of Business Tutoring

Economics 101/102 Tutoring Center

Math Learning Center

Office of Multicultural Student Services Tutoring

Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture Tutoring

Undergraduate Writing Center

Accessing Online, 24/7 Tutoring

eTutoring – WSU is a member of the Northwest eTutoring Consortium which offers unlimited FREE online tutoring to all WSU students. Tutoring is available in:

  • Accounting
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • Math (through Calculus)
  • Microsoft Office
  • Physics
  • Spanish
  • Statistics
  • Writing

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Meet Your Tutor

Meet Your Tutor

Name: Kaylyn 

Major: Biology

Minor: Psychology

Fun Fact: I love “The Office”

 

Name: Kyle 

Major: Astrophysics

Minor: Math

Fun Fact: I have a 2.5 year old pitbull named Caspian

Name: Amber

Major: English and Philosophy

Minor: N/A

Fun Fact: There are multiple places to hike on Moscow Mountain.

Name: Nick

Major: Biology

Minor: N/A

Fun Fact: Kangaroos cannot jump backwards

Name: Sumeen

Major: Neuroscience

Minor: N/A

Fun Fact:

Name: Vasileios

Major: Neuroscience and Psychology

Minor: N/A

Fun Fact: I have no clue what cilantro actually tastes like to most people because it just tastes like soap to me.

Name: Bailee

Major: Civil Engineering 

Minor: N/A

Fun Fact: My Favorite Color is Pink

Name: Darby

Major: Genetics and Cell Biology 

Minor: N/A

Fun Fact: 

 

Name: Patrix

Major: Data Analytics 

Minor: N/A

Fun Fact: I have a small business selling beef jerky chips.

Name: Erin

Major: Material Science Engineering and German 

Minor: Math 

Fun Fact: I can play the Oboe! 

Find a Summer Tutor (Search by class)

This resource provides a list of free tutoring on-campus provided by the Academic Success and Career Center and is available in the ASCC, certain residence halls, and CUE 405.

Want to Become a Tutor?

Want to become a tutor?

Want to be an ASCC Tutor?

ASCC Peer Tutors work with students on a one-on-one basis or in small group sessions to guide learning on course content, to aid in comprehension of course material, and to help with studying the course content.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Peer tutor applicants should have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above and at least a 3.0 in the courses that they wish to tutor. Under special circumstances a GPA below 3.0 will be accepted.
  • Must have completed 30 credits and at least 15 credits must be from WSU.
  • Tutors must send the faculty/professor the ASCC professor recommendation form and have the faculty/professor sign off  for that specific content area.
  • Tutors need patience, good verbal communication skills, and the ability to work with students from varied backgrounds and with varieties of skill levels.
  • Tutors who are on an assistantship, TA/RA position need to clear adding tutoring (a time slip position) with their departments.

Student will need to apply for open tutoring positions via Handshake, the ASCC tutor coordinator will invite students that meet the qualifications for open tutoring positions for a formal interview. Once interviews are complete an offer will be sent to all candidates. Hired tutors MUST attend UNIV 497 the first semester after being hired. UNIV 497 is a Tutor Training Course and this course provides tutors with the knowledge and practical skills necessary to be a successful tutor.  Enrolling in UNIV 497 will occur concurrently with tutoring. 

Successful completion of the tutorial training course plus 25 hours of active peer tutoring  will enable the tutor to qualify for Tutor Level 1 Certification by the College Reading and Learning Association’s (CRLA) International Tutor Certification Program.

 

Compensation and Benefits:

  • Paid position $12.00/hour or $13.00/hour for Work Study.
  • Work-Study is accepted but not mandatory.
  • Opportunity to gain leadership experience.
  • Help fellow COUGS succeed.
  • Get to know faculty members.
  • Resume booster.

 

Please apply on Handshake