Peer tutoring is available at no cost to Saint Martin's students in many subjects including accounting, biology, business, chemistry, computer science, economics, physics, math and world languages. All tutors are recommended by faculty in their field of study. Peer tutors provide both individual and small group tutoring sessions.

Tutoring FAQs

  • How to get tutoring help

    Drop in peer tutoring is available M-F on a drop-in basis for certain courses in science, technology, engineering and math.  An updated tutoring schedule is always posted in the lower level of O’Grady Library for more info ask the Center's front desk staff. Please refer to the schedules for exact tutor availability, as well as for evening tutoring hours in physics and chemistry.

    “By appointment” tutoring sessions are available in world language, history, accounting, and psychology, courses.  Below in the "Tutor availability schedule" section there is a link to our  new by appointment tutor scheduling system.

  • Tutor availability schedule

    Spring 2019 Peer Tutoring has not yet started, once in session you can find both drop in and by appointment schedules here.

    • Drop in tutoring schedule 
    • Schedule a by appointment tutor
  • How to get the most out of your tutoring session

    We ask that you attend all classes, keep current with course readings, attempt assignments ahead of time and bring all materials to sessions. Do not expect the tutor to do your homework for you. Tutors are here to help you improve your content knowledge and study strategies.

  • Becoming a tutor

    Tutor positions become available each semester. If you are interested in becoming a tutor, please complete a tutor application packet and turn it in at the Center of Student Learning Writing and Advising.

    Below is a link to download the packet: