The Library Learning Commons offers Peer Tutoring services to students to help their academic success throughout the school year.
What is Peer Tutoring?
Peer Tutoring is students helping students by providing virtual academic assistance with course or subject-specific material.
Peer Tutors guide you through parts of the course or subject with which you are experiencing difficulty and help you gain a firmer understanding to progress in your coursework.
All current students are eligible for peer tutoring at no extra cost. Students may book up to 2 hours per week.
We make every effort to have students available for a wide variety of programs, courses, and subjects; however, we cannot always guarantee someone will be available. Students should meet with their Academic Advisor to discuss other resources that may be available if this is the case.
Book a peer tutor through Homeroom, the Library Learning Commons' one-stop academic support resource.
In Homeroom, log in using your single-sign-on (the username and password you use to access FanshaweOnline and WebAdvisor).
Once logged in, you will be able to search for a tutor by subject and book an online session.
If you do not see your subject listed, please contact email@example.com. We will do our best to recruit tutors as needed, but cannot guarantee a tutor will be available for every course and subject.