Fall 2016 Tutoring Resources
The CTL offers tutoring, study groups, and/or review sessions to support selected York College courses.
These courses are often foundational courses or other courses that lead into a field of study. Some examples of content courses for which we currently have tutors are:
Physical Sciences -
General Chemistry I/I; Organic Chem I/II; Chem 122/123; P-Chem; Physics112/113 and 160; Math Methods; ME264; CS101
Biological Sciences -
Biology I/II: Genetics; A&P I/II; Biostatistics; Micro-Biology; Fund. of Human Biology; Ecology; Prep for MCAT testing
Graham School of Business -
Financial, Managerial, and Intermediate I/II Accounting; Business Stats I/II; IFS305; Managerial Finance
Med-Surg; Pharmacology; NUR210; NUR314
Behavioral Sciences -
Select Psychology courses; CJA396 - CJ Stats; BEH260 - Stats; CJA295 - Research Methods
Music, Art, and Communication -
Select Foundational Music courses; Art History
History and Political Sciences -
Many tutors have posted drop-in hours, so students meet with them in the CTL at these regularly scheduled times. Also, you are encouraged to email tutors and request a meeting. Tutors then try to find a time when both parties can meet.
Call 815-1296 or stop by the CTL, HUM01, to check tutor availability.
So, you want to be a Tutor? Great! It's a job with many benefits!
You can make your own schedule, work closely with faculty, help students and learn even more in your discipline.
To be considered for a position as a Content Tutor:
you must have successfully completed the course you wish to tutor
have a recommendation from your professor to tutor that course.
apply on the Spartan Career Path.
Questions? Contact Barb Zmolek, CTL Assistant Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 815-1296.