Peer & Professional Tutors

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The Learning Commons is the home for tutoring on campus.  Located in the Library, the Learning Commons offers professional and peer tutor staff to assist in developing your writing and study skills, as well as space to study and many available computers structured for individual or group work.  Professional tutors are also available for nursing, math and science courses.  Peer tutors are available in all courses (when possible).

Come visit the Library’s Learning Commons. Appointments are recommended but drop-in assistance is available at various times throughout the week as are walk-in sessions.

Tutor Trac Peer Tutoring

Peer tutoring has ended for this semester. Please check back during the Fall semester for more details.

If you excel in a particular course, we might even hire you to tutor other students who may be having difficulties! It’s a win-win situation!  Fill out the Peer Tutor Application and return it to the Learning Commons Coordinator for consideration.

Professional Tutoring

Professional tutors are available a) by appointment, b) on a drop-in basis (a tutor will be on duty in the Learning Commons on a first-come, first-served basis) or c) on a walk-in basis where the student is basically taking a chance that a tutor maybe available.

SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT with any professional tutor by logging in to Tutortrac using your campus credentials for log-in.

Mr. Christopher Burlingame 
Writing Consultant
Office: Library
Phone Number: 814-886-6566
Email: cburlingame@mtaloy.edu

Ms. Karen Castagnola, M.S.N., R.N.
Professional Health Studies Tutor
Office: Pierce 207
Phone Number: 814-886-6440
Email: kcastagnola@mtaloy.edu

Ms. Anne Volk, M.Div.
Learning Specialist
Office: Library
Phone Number: 814-886-6416
Email: avolk@mtaloy.edu

Drop in Hours

All sessions occur in the Learning Commons 1st floor of the Library (unless otherwise noted) 

Writing/Study Skills/time Management

Thursdays 5:00-7:00pm

Math/Stats

Tuesdays 3:00-5:00pm

Health Studies/Science

Mondays 3:15-5:15

(Buhl Lab, Basement)

Applications/Forms/Resources Supplemental Instruction

Supplemental Instruction is a method of collaborative learning support where a student who has completed the class will attend your class, take notes, read homework assignments and then hold regular review sessions designed to help you become a better student.

SI Planning Sheet

SI Leader Time Sheet

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