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Peer Tutoring

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About the Drop In Tutoring Program:
The Center for Engaged Teaching and Learning drop in tutoring program is aimed at providing students with the essential
learning tools and resources integral to their academic success. Through the use of highly qualified and trained tutors, the CETL tutoring program seeks to empower the students being served in their pursuit of becoming independent learners.
All tutors hired by CETL have been highly successful in the courses they tutor.

The tutoring program at Minot State University is certified by the College Reading and Learning Association’s International Tutor Training Program.  This allows MSU to train and certify tutors at Level I of the ITTPC program. Level I requires 25 hours of actual compensated tutoring and participation in 10 hours of training experiences.

What is a Peer Tutor?
A Peer Tutor is a MSU student who has a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better and has received a grade of "B" or better in the course in which they tutor. Peer Tutors work closely with other students to help them achieve positive outcomes in their academic careers and empower them to become independent learners.

Contact Information
Jessica Smestad, Tutoring and Mentoring Coordinator
Old Main 101
701-858-4039
jessica.smestad@minotstateu.edu