Here you will find a list of academic resources offered at Questrom and throughout BU’s campus. In addition to the resources listed below, Boston University offers online resources through the Educational Resource Center (ERC). If you would like a program that is offered at the ERC brought to Questrom, please let us know!
The Grad Center collects a database of peer tutors to share as a resource for other students. The Grad Center does not match students with peer tutors or have guidelines about frequency of service or compensation. Frequency of services and compensation shall be negotiated between peer tutor and tutee. If you are interested in becoming a peer tutor or looking for a peer tutor, please view our process and suggested tips on finding a good match below.
Find a Peer Tutor
Find a Peer Tutor
It is important that you find a peer tutor that is a good match. All peer tutors have received an A- or better in each course. When you email a peer tutor from the list below, we suggest you consider asking them the following questions:
Why did you decide to become a peer tutor?
What is your style when tutoring?
How do you approach a situation where this style is not successful?
Becoming a peer tutor is an excellent way to practice and solidify your learning from classes, help other students, meet peers at Questrom, and earn some money. We suggest you think about the following questions during this process:
How do you approach tutoring peers?
What is the best way to engage with a peer struggling with material?
How/why do you would want to be a peer tutor?
If you are currently a peer tutor and would like to be removed from this list, please notify the Grad Center.
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Boston, MA 02215