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 tutors are available in a variety of courses; however, not all courses are supported by tutoring. Please check the table below to see if your course is supported by tutoring. To request a peer tutor please click here and and fill out the Tutor Request Form accordingly.
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 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
Phone Number: 814-886-6566
Ms. Karen Castagnola, M.S.N., R.N.
Professional Health Studies Tutor
Office: Pierce 207
Phone Number: 814-886-6440
Ms. Anne Volk, M.Div.
Phone Number: 814-886-6416
Drop in Hours
All sessions occur in the Learning Commons 1st floor of the Library (unless otherwise noted)
Writing/Study Skills/time Management
(Buhl Lab, Basement)
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.