Knowledge is Power—Share it!  Become a Tutor!

Tutoring Services is looking for students who:

  • Are professional, patient, and personable
  • Are currently enrolled KU students carrying six credit hours or more
  • Have a strong desire and enthusiasm to help students learn
  • Earned a B or higher in the course selected to tutor (or in a higher level course in the same discipline)
  • Are able to commit to 3.0 hours per week, per group, for an entire semester

To Apply to be a Tutor:

Complete and submit the following application materials:

1. Online Application

The online job application can be found on the KU Jobs for Students page. Search by keyword "AAAC Tutor" and then select "AAAC Spring Tutor - Student Hourly/Work Study POOL." The position number is 13178BR.  Read the job description and click on the textbox "Apply to job." Login with your ID and password. Then, complete and submit your application materials online.

2. Faculty/Instructor Reference Form

Applicants should have two completed reference forms on file sent from KU faculty/instructors. At least one reference should speak to the applicant’s ability in the subject area in which the applicant hopes to tutor. There are three ways for faculty/instructors to submit reference forms:

Option A: Submit the reference via Online Form

Option B: Download the Faculty/Instructor Reference Form (pdf) to your computer, complete the form, save the file, and attach the completed form to an email. Send this email to tutoring@ku.edu

Option C:  Print the Faculty/Instructor Reference Form (pdf), complete it by hand, and FAX a copy to Tutoring Services @ (785) 864-2817. Or, place the completed form in an envelope, seal it, and sign across the seal. Send it via Campus Mail to AAAC Tutoring Services, Strong Hall 22

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact AAAC Tutoring Services at (785) 864-7733 or send an email to tutoring@ku.edu


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