CAMPUS LEADERSHIP POSITIONS

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Student Tutors
For More Information,
Contact:


Nicole C. Hammond, M.S.
Counselor/Tutorial Coordinator

hammond@rmu.edu
412-397-2220 phone
412-397-2589 fax
Nicholson Center 2nd
Moon Campus

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Student Tutors

The Communications Skills and Tutoring Services Program are intended to assist all Robert Morris University students with questions regarding a course offered. This program presents several opportunities for peer tutors to demonstrate subject material on a one-on-one basis. Peer tutors are trained to assist students with questions as well as promote independent learning. Peer tutors are selected based of their academic progress, grade point average, and passion for helping students.

CSTS Peer Tutor Responsibilities
  • Attend both fall and spring training sessions before tutoring
  • Complete 10 hours of training for certification
  • Demonstrate enthusiasm about Robert Morris University
  • Provide assistance to the staff members from the Center for Student Success
  • Work patiently with RMU students to enable them to become active, independent learners
  • Complete the Tutoring Session Record accurately
  • Monitor and assist students who come to the Tutoring Center to study, providing a Study Session Record to each student
  • Maintain communication with the Tutor Coordinator regarding any problems that occur
  • Conduct oneself in a respectful manner at all times while working in the Center for Student Success
Selection Process
  • Applications are available online under the Student Employment Program
    • Any student who possess a 3.0 or higher grade point average, "B" or higher grade in any course, a genuine interest in the position, a positive attitude, and sincere commitment to helping others may apply
  • Interviews will be conducted with the Tutorial Coordinator in the Center for Student Success
  • Notification will be sent via email from the Tutorial Coordinator