Tutoring Application

Apply here to become a Tutor or Peer Led Undergraduate Study (PLUS) leader at Georgia Tech!

Requirements:

  • Must be in Good Academic Standing AND Good Judicial Standing (will be verified with the Dean of Students' Office).
  • Must have completed at least one full semester at Tech (12+ credit hours) before starting the position.
  • Overall GPA must be 3.0 or higher.
  • In order to support a course, tutors must have earned an "A" in the course from Georgia Tech (Transfer / AP Credits Not Eligible).
  • Must have a faculty member who can provide you a referral for at least one of the subjects you can tutor.

Contact Information

Please provide your primary phone number (home or mobile).
You will find this 9-digit number on your Buzz card.

Tutoring Information

Check all that apply.
List as many courses as you are interested in supporting. In order to be eligible to support a course, you must have earned an "A" from Georgia Tech. 1-to-1 Tutors must be able to support a minimum of three courses. However, each additional course results in a more desirable application. Please put an asterisk (*) next to any courses in which you are currently enrolled to indicate pending grades. For introductory physics, please indicate whether you would like to support classical, modern, or both.
Please list all other job activities that you are involved in and your weekly time commitment to each.
Reference must be a faculty member who teaches a subject that you plan to tutor. References will be contacted via email after interviews are conducted.
There are no regularly scheduled classes during this time block. You will receive a permit to register for the one-hour training course, CETL 2001, during phase II registration if you are offered and accept a position.

Preferred Program

Please rank your interest in working with the following programs.

Peer-Led Undergraduate Study (PLUS) sessions provide opportunities for students enrolled in traditionally challenging courses to work together to review course content, develop learning and study strategies, and prepare for exams. These voluntary sessions are offered several times each week and are facilitated by peer leaders (PLUS leaders) who have successfully completed the course in a previous semester. PLUS leaders meet with the Center staff and the instructor and attend the course each day with the students.
1-to-1 Tutoring is a free, appointment-based program offered to all Georgia Tech undergraduate students by the Center for Academic Success. Tutoring is available in many courses, with an emphasis on introductory freshman- and sophomore-level courses. Tutors in calculus, physics, computer science, chemistry, biology, and engineering, as well as other courses, are available to meet with students in Clough Commons Suite 273.
FOCUS Tutoring is a free, drop-in program offered in collaboration with the Department of Biomedical Engineering and the Center for Academic Success. FOCUS Tutors typically hold one or more shifts from 7-9pm in U. A. Whitaker and support BME courses such as BMED 2210, 3100, 3400, and 3520. FOCUS Tutors are also eligible to also serve as a 1-to-1 Tutor or PLUS Leader in addition to their role.
Physics Learning Assistants (LA) work in the Physics Help Desk helping students who are taking Physics I and II. This service is a drop-in program offered in collaboration with the School of Physics and the Center for Academic Success. Physics Learning Assistants are also eligible to also serve as a 1-to-1 Tutor or PLUS Leader in addition to this role.
SMaRT/SHaRP Tutors provide individual and small group tutoring sessions to currently enrolled Georgia Tech students who are part of the SMaRT or SHaRP Living Learning Communities. This service is a drop-in program offered in collaboration with the SMaRT & SHaRP LLC and the Center for Academic Success which takes place in a designated tutoring space in the residence halls. SMaRT/SHaRP Tutors are also eligible to serve as a 1-to-1 Tutor or PLUS Leader in addition to this role.

Permission

By submitting this application, I grant the Center for Academic Success permission to verify my GPA and any history of academic or student misconduct with the appropriate Georgia Tech departments.