Tutor Program

Whitman offers opportunities for students seeking additional help to learn from peers who enjoy sharing their academic passions. There are two main types of tutoring offered by Whitman: group tutoring and individualized tutoring. Additionally, Learning Commons events connect students with tutors and other resources.

Group tutoring is an opportunity for students to work with an experienced peer in a group setting. Group tutoring sessions are held all over campus and you can find a tutoring session that meets your needs by checking out the Tutoring Schedule or by e-mailing tutoring@whitman.edu.

Individualized tutoring allows students to receive specialized assistance through regularly scheduled one-on-one tutoring sessions. The Academic Resource Center has highly qualified, trained tutors who can assist in a variety of subjects. Tutors and tutees meet regularly throughout the course of the semester to work on course material and prepare for examinations and papers. Explore our website, call us at (509) 527-5213, or stop by the Academic Resource Center in Memorial 325 to learn more about how to Get a Tutor or Be a Tutor

Learning Commons is a weekly open workspace, bringing together tutors and advisors from the Academic Resource Center, Center fOr Writing and Speaking, Student Engagement Center, and library to provide students with academic assistance. For more details, including a list of current Learning Commons tutors, check out the Learning Commons page.