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Center for Academic Achievement

CFAA - Tutoring

Become a Tutor

CFAA student tutors and office staff are hired through a variety of programs, including Academic Performance Scholarships (APS), Federal Work Study (FWS), and Graduate Assistantships (GA), as well as through the university’s Temporary Employee program.

The Center mainly employs individuals capable of tutoring in three broad academic areas—writing, mathematics, and the natural sciences—and most general education core courses. These tutors are undergraduates, graduates, and professional tutors, from a variety of majors and backgrounds. All staff participate in general tutor training as well as ongoing professional development in their discipline.

Opportunities for Employment:

Office Workers

Seeking APS eligible applicants for fall 2019.  

Peer Tutors

Seeking APS eligible tutors for fall 2019.

Seeking part-time, paid hourly tutors for:

  • Organic Chemistry I and II
  • Graduate level APA writing

Administrative Graduate Assistants (Seeking an Assistantship)

No openings at this time.

Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leaders (BIOL 1110/20, CHEM 1110/20, HSCI 2010/20)

No openings at this time.

Non-Student Tutors

No openings at this time.

How to Apply:

Step 1 - CFAA Application

Step 2 - Schedule of Availability 

Email the completed Schedule of Availability form to Deidre Johnson () with the subject heading "Application Info - Your Name."

Step 3 - Courses to Tutor

(Required of all applicants EXCEPT Office Workers and SI Leaders)

Email the completed Courses to Tutor form to Deidre Johnson () with the subject heading "Application Info - Your Name." 

Applications will NOT be considered complete until all necessary components have been successfully submitted. 


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