Be a Tutor

University Sponsored Small Group Tutoring

For spring 2018, the University will sponsor small-group tutoring in 23 courses:

ACC151: Introduction to Financial Accounting
AST104: Stars, Galazies & Universe
BIO123: General Biology II
BIO217: Anatomy and Physiology II
BIO317: Anatomy and Physiology II
BIO326: Genetics
CHE116: General Chemistry Lecture II
CHE325: Organic Chemistry II
EAR105: Earth Science
ECN203: Economic Ideas and Issues
ECN301: Intermediate Microeconomics
ECS222: Dynamics
ECS325: Mechanics of Solids
GEO103: Environment and Society
IST256: Application Programming for Information Systems
MAT122: Probability and Statistics for the Liberal Arts II
MAT221: Elementary Probability and Statistics I
MAT284: Business Calculus
MAT295: Calculus I
MAT296: Calculus II
NSD225: Nutrition in Health
PHY211: General Physics I
PSY205: Foundations of Human Behavior

Fee Based TutoringTutors for these sessions will be current undergraduate and graduate students selected and trained by CLASS using best practices established by the College Reading and Learning Association, the national higher education organization that sets standards for tutor certification. If you are interested in applying to tutor with this program, see our student employment notice,  listed at https://www.sujobopps.com/.

To assist students in obtaining tutoring in a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate courses, we are partnering with Tutor Matching Services (TMS), a private company that works with universities including Purdue, Clemson, and NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering.

Tutoring will occur in several locations on campus, including Bird Library. Scheduling will occur online through the Syracuse page of the Tutor Matching Service website. The page is now up and running, and tutors are entering their schedules.

Tutors for this program work as independent contractors for TMS. Tutors set their own rates and are paid by TMS.

If you are interested in providing one-on-one tutoring for SU undergraduate or graduate students, you should apply through the Syracuse page of the Tutor Matching Service website.  Anyone who signs up to tutor Syracuse University students through TMS will undergo a review of her or his eligibility for certification based on grades earned in courses taken at SU and/or CRLA certification. CRLA certified tutors, tutors trained by CLASS, and tutors who demonstrate qualifications based on SU coursework will have their credentials listed on the Tutor Matching Service website.