The Student Success Center provides tutoring at all of our campuses, including the Waldorf Center, free of charge. Tutoring is offered in a variety of subjects including English, Math, and Biology. In addition to face-to-face tutoring, online tutoring services in the areas of Math, writing, ESL, accounting, economics, and chemistry are available in cooperation with Smarthinking. ThinkingStorm, an additional online tutoring service, offers math, chemistry, and an online writing center. The tutoring on campus is walk-in, no appointment necessary. Check the schedule often for most current tutor availability.
Summer II 2014 semester on-campus and online tutoring begins on July 07.
The Student Success Center requests that you evaluate the tutoring assistance you have received. Your feedback is very important for achieving our goal of building a quality program. Your honest responses will be appreciated. Follow this link for the survey http://bit.ly/csmdtutor.
You may also download the pdf version, complete it and email it to the SSC at email@example.com or hand deliver it to the LR 120.
Documents for Tutors
The College of Southern Maryland Tutor Handbook is a resource for tutors that will aid in your growth as a tutor and direct you in the best methods to help the students reach their learning, personal, academic, and professional goals. The Student Success Center hopes this handbook will provide answers to questions you may have as a SSC tutor. Please review the material as soon as possible and keep it on hand as a resource to refer to when necessary.
Submit Tutoring Log Form to SSC Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or by hand with information on each student with whom you work for each day you work. These forms should be submitted by the end of each week in which you work.
Tutor Time Sheet
Timesheets are due bimonthly with an original signature according to the dates on the Pay Schedule located below.
The Tutoring Receipt Form can be used to document a studentís participation in tutoring for a course instructor. The receipt confirms that the student attended and offers information on what was achieved.
Do you have strong skills in a particular subject and would like to earn some extra money? The Student Success Center is always interested in hearing from individuals who are willing to work with others to achieve success.
How to Apply
Students, staff, faculty, retirees, and community members interested in joining the tutoring team should:
Provide an unofficial transcript(s) showing evidence of
A cumulative GPA 3.0 or higher and
An A or B in the subject/course you desire to tutor