tutor services

Prospective Tutors:

Without tutors, the Writing Center is unable to function; therefore, we hold the position of a tutor in the highest regard. There are many benefits to becoming a tutor besides the monetary gain. Being a tutor provides a service to the WBU students, a service that raises morale and the overall academic achievement of WBU. Tutors will also have the benefit from working with people, increasing their writing skills, and enhancing their resumes. With all of this in mind, there are some prerequisites to becoming a tutor. A student must have at least 30 college credit hours, a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7, paper writing experience in his or her field of study, a faculty recommendation, patience, and a caring attitude toward others to be considered for the position. If you are interested in becoming a tutor for the Writing Center, come by and see us to pick up an application, or print one out  and bring it by to us.


Current Tutors:

Welcome! We're excited you've agreed to come to work with us in bettering the overall writing standards of WBU. Below  are some links that you will hopefully find helpful including the guide for tutors that you can browse through for extra help in enhancing your tutoring skills. 

Guide for Tutors 14-15