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Tutoring Schedules

Free, one on one, online tutoring appointments are now available for Bradley University students. If free tutoring is not available, private tutors are also available on Tutor Matching Service. If no tutor is listed, you may submit the Tutor Request Form to have our staff work on identifying a tutor for you.

Course faculty and instructors are the recommended first line of support for students with all class content. Tutoring should be used to supplement communication with your instructor and study groups.

Members of the Peoria community who would like to find a Bradley student to provide tutoring to middle school or high school age students should use Tutor Matching Service.

Tutor Criteria

All students who tutor in the Academic Success Center meet the following criteria:

  • Maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher
  • Earn an A or a B in the course(s) in which you are approved to tutor
  • Be approved by instructors or academic department leadership in the area(s) in which you would like to tutor
  • Complete the minimum tutor training requirement before beginning work

Tutor Training

The Academic Success Center's peer tutoring training program is certified by the College Reading and Learning Association’s (CRLA) International Tutor Training Program Certification (ITTPC). All tutors employed by the Academic Success Center must have achieved certification or be actively working toward certification by completing the required training and have at least 25 hours of direct tutoring experience.

Interested in being a tutor?

Students may sign up to offer private tutoring through Tutor Matching Service. Tutor recruitment for tutors employed by the Academic Success Center is done directly with faculty in the academic departments.

98% of students feel more confident with course content after tutoring
92% of students rated their overall tutoring experience as “good” or “great”
3. 60% of students who visit tutoring are referred by a faculty or staff member