Tutoring & Mentoring
Academic success takes planning and effort. Treat it as your first full-time job.
Academic success involves spending time outside the classroom preparing for class. In fact, this is vital for achieving course and academic goals. Studies show that for every hour in the classroom you should plan to spend approximately two to three hours outside the classroom studying, organizing notes, reading assignments, and completing group projects.
All Malone undergraduate students may take advantage of the free tutoring offered for most 100 and 200 level undergraduate courses. During the summer, tutoring is limited. Please contact us for details. In the upper-level courses, it is best for students to take the initiative to form a small study group of equally serious students and work directly with instructors during their office hours.
Please submit a Tutor Request Form.
Students and tutors will meet in the new Tutoring & Mentoring Center on the second floor of the Cattell Library. All subject area tutoring, including math, will also take place in the library.
Confirmation emails will be sent for all tutoring requests. Tutoring services are free; however, no-shows for scheduled appointments will be charged $20.
If you'd like to become a peer tutor, please click below for more information. Be sure to complete the application as well as download and send the reference form to be completed by a reference.
Academic Mentors assist at-risk students in developing the skills necessary to be successful students and lifelong learners. It requires 5-7 hours/week with students with a set stipend per semester.
If you're interested in becoming an Academic Mentor, click below for more information.
Professional Tutoring & Mentoring
The Professional Tutoring & Mentoring Program is a component of the Center for Student Success at Malone University. The Center for Student Success promotes and implements a variety of intentionally-designed programs, resources, and services to guide students in fulfilling their individual academic and career goals.