How to Become a Tutor
- Anyone can tutor a class in which they received a B or higher (preference is given to those with 60 credit hours or more) and at least sophomore status.
- No regular, full-time employee who is paid bi-weekly can tutor.
- Resident Assistants, Teaching Assistants and Graduate Assistants are limited in the amount of hours they can work weekly. Your status will be determined on an individual basis.
Tutors provide instructional support in various academic areas for student athletes.
- Assist student athletes in understanding course material while promoting independent learning during tutor sessions.
- Report to all tutoring sessions on time and ready to work.
- Prepare and submit accurate tutor report forms in a timely manner.
- Maintain a high level of knowledge in academic content area.
- Become familiar with and follow ASSA policies and rules set forth in the ASSA tutor manual.
- Maintain complete confidentiality regarding student athletes.
- Work with the ASSA staff to ensure success of the student.
- Additional duties assigned by the Academic Services Advisor.
- Attend all required and mandatory meeting and training sessions
Tutors are paid for their scheduled tutoring time, attending tutor training sessions, attending tutorial staff meetings and for participation in other various ASSA activities. The pay rate is 8.05 for undergraduate students and 9.05 for graduate students. Tutors that receive CRLA certification will receive a $0.25 pay increase.
Still interested? Please fill out the application form below. You will be contacted by a member of our staff via email if you are considered for a tutoring position.
Questions? Contact the Tutor Coordinator.