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Tutoring and study space.
The ARCHES tutoring and study space.
ARCHES Peer Tutoring
ARCHES offers one on one peer tutoring for ARCHES Participants. Participants are eligible for one or two hours of free tutoring per week, per class, each quarter. Students also have the opportunity to receive tutoring support when preparing for the MDPT and GWT tests.
ARCHES peer tutoring is a consistent schedule and is not a drop in tutoring program. Tutoring runs from 2nd - 10th week of instruction each quarter. All tutoring takes place in the ARCHES office (Building 1, Room 214) during business hours.
In order to request tutoring, students must submit a tutor request form for each class they are seeking tutoring in. Tutor Requests are processed on a first come first serve basis, participants are encouraged to submit requests early for priority consideration. Tutor Requests are accepted from finals week (previous quarter)- 3rd week of instruction each quarter.
While ARCHES makes every effort to match all student requests, we recognize that we may not be able to match all requests. In the event we are not able to match a student with a tutor we will make appropriate referrals to other on-campus services.
Please review the tutor request process listed below:
Tutor Request Process:
- Students fill out and submit tutor request forms online, click on the request tutoring button (to the right) to fill out a tutor request form*.
- Students will be notified via CPP email, at the beginning of the requested term, of their tutoring request status of matched or not matched for each course requested.
- If a student is matched for tutoring, they will be assigned a tutor and a consistent schedule through out the quarter will be created for each course requested. Students will be notified via CPP email, of their tutoring schedule.
*Students who are receiving tutoring for the current term, must submit their Tutor Evaluation Form(s) before they are eligible to submit tutor requests for the following term.
Our Tutors and Becoming a Tutor
ARCHES Peer Tutors are carefully selected and trained to work with the population ARCHES serves (low-income, first-generation college students, and students with disabilities).
Peer Tutors are CPP juniors, seniors, or graduate students who have received a “B-“or better in the subject they are tutoring. Peers tutor on a variety of subjects such as:
Interested in becoming a tutor? Click here for more information on the job description and how to apply.