Tutors for the Center for Student Excellence Learning Assistance Lab are undergraduate and graduate students who excel academically, have good interpersonal skills, and are motivated by a desire to help other Southeastern students.
Courses generally covered are the following: biological sciences, chemistry, physics, math, English, Foreign Language, history, accounting, and other requested core-courses.
If you meet the qualifications and are interested in a position, please fill out the on-line appplication.
1. Currently enrolled as a Southeastern undergraduate or graduate student; student worker must be a sophomore the semester with at least one semester on campus before beginning to work.
2. For targeted courses in which tutoring will be done, an “A” or "B" grade is required, or, in some cases, commensurate skill or experience in the subject, ie.a native speaker
3. A minimum cummulative 3.0 GPA
4. Must be approved by the a faculty member or department head in select courses
5. Availability to participate in scheduled pre-semester training sessions mandatory
6. Good interpersonal communication skills and ease in relating to people from varying educational, cultural, and social backgrounds
7. A high level of responsibility, reliability, and punctuality
The purpose of tutoring is to provide a safe learning environment through the process of a collaborative learning experience for students desiring assistance with content in a specific course. Tutors encourage and engage students in becomming active, responsible, and successful learners by developing skills and strategies related to the course. Tutoring is a deliberate process that emphasises the student's responsibility for his or her own learning process while the tutor functions as a facilitator or guide. Timely paperwork is required to ensure program accountability through tracking of services.