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Peer Tutoring Program

The Hocking College Peer Tutoring Program, a free service to registered Hocking College students, has been in place since 1973 and is coordinated by a faculty member in the College of Arts & Sciences.

The program connects vested student tutors with students who need assistance with course material for any of a number of courses. The coordinator works with faculty to identify and train students in the capacity of peer tutor in an ongoing manner. Student-tutors undergo an orientation course as training before being linked with students needing assistance.

Tutoring services are delivered in the following formats to meet the various needs of students:

  • Traditional one-on-one tutoring
  • Lab tutoring, in which the tutor is available during regularly scheduled lab hours to provide assistance in cooperation with the instructor
  • Group tutoring
  • Drop-in tutoring

In addition, students who have special needs as identified by the instructor can be designated as a reader or note-taker by the Peer Tutoring Program. For more information about obtaining a peer tutor, please contact us.

Peer Tutoring
Hocking College
Jean Libben
Oakley 312S