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Academic Achievement Center

Become a Tutor

Our tutors must have a B+ or higher in courses that they tutor, as well as a minimum 3.0 GPA. Additionally, two recommendations from faculty members must be completed and returned. Each tutor is required to attend tutor training at the beginning of each semester.

It is a great way to get involved, help other students, and reinforce important material. If you are interested, please fill out an application for student employment and submit the form to the Academic Achievement Center, located in Cook Library, room 524. Announcements are also placed in the Daily Digest when there is a need for a specific subject.

Hiring Process


Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. If a need arises, qualified applicants will be invited in for an interview. Make sure to identify the courses that you would be interested in tutoring. After completing the application, please forward it via e-mail to

Click here to fill out an application using Microsoft Word.


Qualified applicants are contacted to come for an interview when there is need. An application must be completed first. Tutors being interviewed for science, music, or computer science will need to bring a completed checklist from the coordinator. During the interview the candidate answers a series of questions.

Recommendation Forms

Submit two letters of recommendation from faculty in the course areas that you will be tutoring.

  • Provide your faculty member with an electronic or paper copy of the form.  The completed recommendation must be returned to the Academic Achievement Center in Cook Library, room 524 or to Click this link, recommendation form, to access the electronic version.

Once Hired

All new tutors must complete and submit the following forms to the AAC:

Payroll Processing

Complete eligibility requirements by verifying eligibility to work with Human Resources (I-9 Documentation), drop off form to Payroll, and complete direct deposit and W-4 paperwork.


All new tutors attend a mandatory orientation training prior to working as a tutor.

Top 10 Reasons to Be a Tutor

  1. Reinforce and build your own knowledge
  2. Schedule your work around your classes
  3. Build your résumé
  4. Strengthen interpersonal communication skills
  5. Form bonds with students
  6. Impact a student’s academic achievement
  7. Network with fellow students
  8. Develop leadership skills
  9. Gain recognition at the Tutor Awards Ceremony
  10. Convenience of working on campus

Academic Achievement Center
Cook Library, Room 524 (map)
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Phone: 410-704-2291

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