The Academic Skills Center will continue services online during this COVID-19 event.
Tutoring- Tutoring will be online using several video meeting platforms ( Zoom, Microsoft Teams, GoBoard, Facetime, etc.) As always, we suggest contacting an instructor as the first step in support. We also suggest instructional videos- youtube and Khan Academy - for support.
Summer Tutoring and Academic Support 5/19/2020
1. Requests should be sent to the Academic Skills Center using email@example.com
Number/title of Class
Date class will end
Short description of your struggles
2. An email will be sent to both Tutor and Tutee with names, cell numbers, and class information.
3. A tutee will contact the tutor via email or cell to arrange a day/time. At least 24 hours’ notice is suggested. A tutor will also reach out to begin sessions and encourage consistent sessions.
Do You Need An Academic Boost?
The King's College Tutoring Program creates an environment for success, providing student-to-student assistance through scheduled afternoon and evening tutoring. Students build independence and effective learning habits through active-learning, increased confidence and improved study habits. Tutoring provides course-content assistance to students, free of charge, in most disciplines.
Tutors are selected through an interview process and the recommendation from their instructors or the tutorial coordinator. Qualified tutors must receive at least a grade of B+ or above in the courses being tutored or demonstrate equivalent experience. Tutors gain professional development through training and actual work experience. The King's College Tutoring Program is certified by the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA). Tutors, who meet specific requirements, may receive recognition as a certified tutor through CRLA. King's College has been certified at Levels I and II.
Fall and Spring Semester Afternoon and Evening Tutoring
This is option is designed for specific high demand courses. Students may get answers to specific questions or receive help with specific assignments from a peer-tutor. Students must sign up at least one day in advance, by 4pm the day prior. The tutor will send the student an invitation to a session in either Zoom, Microsoft Teams, GoBoard, Facetime, or other platform before the start time. Watch for an email subject containing TUTORING.
- Please utilize the course instructor as your primary resource before scheduling a tutoring session.
- Please attempt your assignment prior to attending tutoring.
- Please come to the session with questions prepared; remember to bring your class notes, textbook, and other materials.
- Your tutor is there to guide you, no to complete your assignments.
- You may stay as long as you need or until the session is over.
- If you are not signed up, you will not be admitted to the online tutoring session.
Please see our scheduled tutoring times
Receive asssistance in the following courses: MATH100, MATH 101, MATH102, MATH110, MATH 120, MATH 123, MATH 125 and MATH 126. Our Math Specialist, Ms. Amy Swiatek, provides academic support to students attending these classes.
MATH TUTORING Schedule for SPRING 2020: Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 2:00pm-4:00pm
To Sign up for Tutoring or Math Lab, use the following link:
Located in Mulligan Building (Across from the Post Office), The Writing Lab provides services to students seeking to improve their writing in any course.
Tutoring Services for Low Demand Courses
Tutoring is available for most classes. You will be matched with a tutor based on your schedule and the tutor's availability. You and your tutor will agree upon tutoring times to accommodate both your schedules. Your tutor will meet with you on a regular basis , providing continual support of your learning throughout the semester.
How To Get A Tutor
Use the appropriate link to a Sign-Up Form. Seperate forms exist for: Biology courses, Chemistry courses, MSB/ECON courses, Math courses, and Low Demand courses (those not falling into the other categories)
Become a Tutor
Tutoring is one of the most enjoyable jobs on campus. The satisfaction at having made a difference is someone's academic life is enormous. Tutoring is also a good paying job and hours are extremely flexible.
Am I eligible to be a tutor?
The best tutors are King's students who have already taken the course and received a grade of at least "B+" or better in the course in which they wish to tutor, and recommendations from a faculty member. A good tutor must be able to teach another student how to study the course material and to review specific course content.
Key Attributes of a King's College Tutor:
Knowledge: You are required to have strong working knowledge of specific course content and must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0.
Interpersonal Skills: You must demonstrate effective skills in working collaboratively with peers and teaching with compassion. You must be good problem solvers.
Organizational Abilities: You must demonstrate abilities in managing tasks, maintaining schedules, managing time, and completing your own work assignments thoroughly.
If you believe you have these skills and would like to become a tutor:
- Stop by the Academic Skills Center, Mulligan 94, for an appointment to see the Tutorial Coordinator.
- Complete one Tutor Orientation training session, and Sexual Harassment training, as a prerequisite before tutoring begins. New tutor orientation training sessions are announced each semester.
- Contingent upon the requests and availability of tutors in specific subjects, you can start working immediately after training.
- You will meet with your tutee in the Tutorial Coordinator's office to arrange a mutually agreeable time and place to conduct tutoring sessions.
* Tutor Trainings
Please stop by the Academic Skills Center for details.
Telephone: (570) 208-5823