The Tutor Exchange Network
Academic Support offers tutoring to enrolled students through the Tutor Exchange Network (TEN). The network provides approximately 90 tutorial groups per semester. Tutorials are delivered in small groups by qualified peer tutors. Requests can be submitted during the first eight weeks of the fall and spring terms. If a student, after first contacting his/her instructor, continues to experience difficulty in a course, then it is appropriate to seek assistance through TEN. If a tutor is available, a tutorial group will be established as soon as possible.
Go to the MCLA Campus Connection site:
Click on the "Request a Tutorial" button on the right.
This will bring you to Banner Self-Service. Log in with your A# and PIN.
Complete the form and submit.
Your request will be answered within 48 hours.
Students wishing to be tutors need to have a 2.5 overall GPA, have at least a B in the course they wish to tutor, and have two faculty references. Interested applicants are encouraged to complete the Tutor Application and submit it to Academic Support. Being a tutor is a great way to earn extra dollars, as well as to acquire skills that will be useful for graduate school and/or the workplace.