Marian University's peer tutoring program is a free resource and service offered through the Office of Academic Engagement. Our goal is to help you develop confidence and the skills necessary to be successful at the university level.
The Peer Tutor Center is located on the first floor of the library. Tutoring is provided on an individual basis or in small groups. Individual tutoring sessions take place primarily in the Peer Tutoring Center. In addition, students may request a tutoring appointment to occur in study lounges, other locations in the library, Alumni Hall, or the Evans Center open study areas.
***Students can also request WebEx virtual appointments. Students will have to email (see individual tutor emails below) if a virtual appointment is needed.
Walk-in tutoring hours also available and take place in the Peer Tutor Center.
Tutoring is available for most entry-level courses, and many upper level courses. If you do not see a course listed below, please reach out to the PTC staff. Please note that we may be unable to guarantee that a tutor can be found for every courses offered at the university.
Walk-In Tutoring takes place in the Peer Tutor Center.
When you attend sessions during walk-in tutoring, please make sure you bring all class materials with you. This would include text books, assignment descriptions, syllabus, paper, and writing utensils. Bring your calculator if needed for the
Walk-in hours for the Peer Tutor Center begin the second week of the semester. The center follows the university calendar and is closed during all-campus masses and university holidays. Tutoring is available until 10:00 pm each weekday. Tutoring is closed during final exams week.
The Walk-In Tutoring schedule is listed below.
Peer Tutoring Schedule
*The Schedule will be updated at the beginning of the Fall Semester.
Tutoring services are offered Monday - Friday from 8:00am to 10:00pm starting Monday August 30th.
All of our tutors have been hand-selected by Marian University faculty members. Only students who have displayed success in the classroom, possess well-developed communication skills, and share an enthusiasm for helping others are chosen as peer tutors. After being selected, tutors participate in a training program to develop their skills as peer leaders.