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Become a Tutor

Becoming an Undergraduate Peer Tutor

Undergraduate peer tutors are NSU students enrolled in an undergraduate program. They tutor their peers in the areas of math and science.

In order to be eligible for an undergraduate tutoring position, students must have:

  • a minimum of 30 credits
  • an overall GPA of 3.4 or higher
  • a “B+” or better in any course to be tutored
  • two faculty member references
  • two job references (optional)
  • a resume (optional)

To apply to be an undergraduate peer tutor, complete the tutor application and contact the assistant director of tutoring at (954) 262-8350.

Becoming a Graduate Peer Tutor

Graduate peer tutors are NSU students enrolled in a graduate program. They tutor other students in the areas of math, science, and writing.

In order to be eligible for a graduate tutoring position, students must have:

  • a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, journalism, psychology, or a related field (for writing tutors)
  • a Bachelor of Science degree in math or a related field (for math tutors)

To apply to be a graduate peer tutor, complete the tutor application and contact the coordinator of tutoring at (954) 262-8350.

Becoming a Professional Tutor

Professional tutors are individuals not studying at NSU who hold a professional degree relevant to the area of tutoring. They tutor in the areas of math, science, and writing.

In order to be eligible for a professional tutoring position, applicants must have:

  • a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, journalism, or a related field (for writing tutors)
  • a Bachelor of Science degree in math or a related field (for math and science tutors)
  • teaching and/or tutoring experience with college-level students

To apply to be a professional tutor, submit a resume and cover letter via the NSU Jobs Web page or contact the coordinator of tutoring at (954) 262-8350.

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