As a peer tutor, I look forward to helping students better their understanding of the subjects which I have come to love during my time at Austin College while also guiding them as they improve their own skills in both studying and writing. – Wyatt Hill, History and Political Science major from Dallas, Texas.
I’m a peer tutor because I deeply enjoy teaching and watching others grow. In my spare time, I write short stories, sketch, and play video games (especially Fire Emblem). – Vee Kalkunte, majoring in Mathematics and Finance from Frisco, Texas.
I wanted to be a peer tutor because I went I to the ASC a lot my freshman and sophomore year for math help. Going into my junior year I wanted to pay it forward and offer help to those would like it. – Taiton Fox, Mathematics and Physics major from Klamath Falls, Oregon.
I wanted to become a peer tutor to help students find the best way to understand the content for them so that they will be able to do their best in their classes. - Mariam Abeje, major in Healthcare Administration and minor in Chemistry from Murphy, Texas.
I want to be a peer tutor to assist students in achieving better grades and to help run review sessions that I believe to be very beneficial. – MacKenzie Kersey, Business Finance major, Communications and Psychology minor from Angleton, Texas.
As a peer tutor, I am able to actively assist and encourage students through meaningful tutoring sessions. My role allows me to develop mutually beneficial relationships with my peers and integral course material. – Shaina Banh, Biology Major, Chemistry and Communications minor from Sachse, Texas.
I became a peer tutor to learn how to explain complicated ideas simply. My hope is that this skill will help me become a better psychologist or nurse (whichever I decide to do). However, my main reason for becoming a peer tutor is to help my classmates and friends. - Lora Vaughan, Psychology major and… [Read More]
Why I want to be a Peer Tutor: I genuinely enjoy helping people better understand problems they are struggling with, and want to help see my fellow students learn and grow. – Jonathon Voos, Political Science and Economics Major from Universal City, Texas.
I want to be a peer tutor to help others succeed through difficult subjects and do great things in life. – Jack Hittson-Smith, majoring in Biochemistry and Neuroscience with a minor in Music from Rockwall, Texas.
I wanted to become a peer tutor because I enjoy working with others and want to help students succeed! – Jade Kemp, majoring in chemistry and minoring in math from Katy, Texas.