Free peer-to-peer tutoring is available in many subjects for current Westminster students.
Tutors can help you with specific questions or general knowledge on a topic and are
a great option for you to get the one-on-one support you need throughout your educational
Tutors are fellow students (recommended by professors) who have excelled in what they
are tutoring for that are available in the fall, spring, and summer semesters at various
hours depending on the tutoring center.
Gore School of Business Tutoring Center
The Business Tutoring Center offers free drop-in tutoring to all undergraduate students
taking business courses. Business Tutoring Center tutors are successful business students
who have been highly recommended by a professor and who have a desire to help fellow
students understand business concepts.
Meldrum Science Coaching offers free, drop-in, and in-person coaching and tutoring.
Coaches can help with classroom and laboratory assignments. The center can also be
used as a place to gather for study groups. Coaches offer support with general chemistry
and organic chemistry, among other subjects such as biology and neuroscience.
The Math, Physics, and Computer Science Tutoring Center provides free assistance with
math, computer science, and physics courses. When you use the center, you can expect
an individualized session with an experienced tutor.
The Writing Center provides free assistance with writing to all Westminster students,
faculty, and staff. When you come to the Writing Center you can expect an individualized
session with an experienced writing consultant.
If Westminster’s tutoring centers don’t currently offer a tutor for the course(s)
you need assistance with, request a tutor to be provided someone who can meet your
needs. Westminster provides individual student tutors for almost all undergraduate
Westminster needs effective, patient, and timely communicators who have excelled in
courses to serve as tutors, supplementing classroom instruction with individual study
sessions and guiding students to appropriate resources and faculty when tutoring is
insufficient. Tutoring is typically an ongoing commitment throughout the semester
and you must meet with tutees on campus. Tutors are paid $9.50 an hour. You must have
demonstrated competency in the course(s) you wish to tutor for through either course
completion with an above-average grade or the recommendation of a course’s professor.