Become a Tutor

Want to be an SRC Tutor?

We're glad you are interested in becoming a tutor!

At the SRC, we are passionate about helping others succeed and our tutors are what make it possible! They are the ones who do the hard work of helping students achieve their goals. Our tutors love to help others, are dedicated to what they do, and are, from time to time, a bit nerdy!

Learn more about becoming a tutor below.

Job Description

The Science Resource Center (SRC) provides support for specific LFC science courses. This support is offered in the form of individual/small group tutoring, Supplemental Instruction, and study tables. SRC tutors are responsible for assisting students with comprehension of course material through review, practice, and session facilitation. Tutoring sessions last approximately 50 minutes and tutors complete each session with a written report. Tutors are also responsible for some administrative tasks and regularly scheduled meetings. 

Requirements to become an SRC Tutor:

  • Maintain a clear conduct record
  • Maintain a GPA of 3.25 or greater
  • Have earned an A- or better in the course being tutored
  • Be recommended by a professor that teaches at least one of the courses that the SRC tutors
  • Commit to 6-10 hours per week of tutoring
  • Have evidence of professionalism by being organized, punctual, and reliable
  • Have evidence of a growth mindset and ability to create a positive learning environment for students

To apply, you must submit a cover letter to the SRC Coordinator (Peyton Schrag; detailing your interest and qualifications for the position.