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Tutoring Center Information

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Accreditation

UMD's Credit-Based Peer Tutoring Program averages 12,000-15,000 tutorials each year and has delivered over 329,000 tutorials since its inception in 1987.

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The UMD Tutoring Program has been accredited by the College Reading & Learning Association since 1994; most current re-certification December, 2014.

 


Become a Tutor

  • Qualifications: Invitation or referral from collegiate unit
  • Requirements: SSP 3003-Tutor Training (2cr A-F)
  • Time Commitment: 5 hours/week (2 hrs training & 3 hrs tutoring)
  • Contact Coordinator (218.726.6256) for more information

(Some) Benefits to Becoming a Tutor:
  • Help your fellow students
  • Gain confidence
  • Increased self-awareness
  • Pick up extra UD credits
  • Get smarter
  • Make a UMD connection
  • Make friends
  • International Tutor Certification
  • Great resume piece
  • Develop leadership skills
  • Improve communication skills
  • Improve problem-solving skills
  • Gain teaching-related experience
  • Work with a diverse population

Private Tutoring Information

Would you like more individual help? To submit a private tutoring request:

The UMD Tutoring Center makes private tutoring referrals for students aged 18 and older. A minimum fee of $20 per hour is suggested for each individual private tutoring session.


Staff & Contact Information

Students 726.6248   Staff    
Amanda Poston Lead Worker   Claudia Martin Coordinator 726.6256
Samantha Hultgren     Jill Jenson Director 726.8242
Alexis Humphrey     Patrick Eidsmo Instructor 726.6074
Erik Keeler     Matthew Jackson Instructor 726.8724
Miles Pearson     Jill Strand Instructor 726.7099
Cassie Ritsche          
Meghan Wicklund          


Mission

The Tutoring Center provides an opportunity for high achieving undergraduate students to learn and develop tutoring and leadership skills by offering free academic assistance to UMD students enrolled in a wide range of high risk and high demand courses.

Tutoring Center Fast Facts

WHO are the tutors: The Tutoring Center is staffed by trained, high-achieving undergraduate students who have been selected based on their grades in key courses and their overall GPA.

WHO uses UMD's tutoring services: open to ALL UMD students.

WHAT type of service: FREE, drop-in service - walk in and follow the signs to the subject area you would like to study.

WHAT subjects are supported:
Accounting Chemistry Engineering Mathematics
Business Courses Computer Science Physics Statistics
Business UD Core Economics Languages Writing
Stop in at the TC (or call 218.726.6248) for info on help in other areas
Check the online tutoring schedule for current tutor availability

WHEN - Tutoring Center hours:
Fall & Spring Semesters Summer Sessions
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Sundays
8:00 AM - 9:00 PM MTWTh
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM Fridays
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM MTWTh

WHERE: the Tutoring Center is located on the 2nd floor of the Kathryn A. Martin Library (250 KAML) in the Learning Commons.

HOW to use tutoring services effectively - successful students should:
  • Attend class/labs regularly
  • Attempt assignments prior to a tutoring session
  • Bring textbook, notes, & syllabus to tutoring session
  • Plan ahead of deadlines
  • Be proactive: come to the TC as soon as you experience difficulty; don't wait until the end of the semester.

Notes: UMD Tutors are provided as a complement to primary course instruction. Their role is to assist students in learning and understanding the material; it is not their role to help students get their homework done, nor to serve as an answer checking service.

Special Usage Tips:
  • Early morning (8:00 AM) or late afternoon (6:00-9:00 PM) hours are less crowded (more individual help).
  • Some tutors have notation on their name tags indicating qualifications in specific courses.
  • Come in at the beginning of an hour for the most consistent help (tutors generally rotate on an hourly basis).

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Tutoring Center

Free Walk-In Service

No sign-in required

Hours
Sun: 5pm to 9pm
Mon - Thur: 8am to 9pm
Fri: 8am to 2pm
Location
Room: 250 Kathryn A. Martin Library
Postal Address:
416 Library Drive
Duluth, MN 55812-3001
Phone
(218) 726-6248
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