Peer Tutoring

For students seeking course-specific support, the Academic Success team of the Dean of Students Office can connect them to academic coaches, academic resources (QCL and CWPD), departmental tutoring services, and free peer tutoring for general education and gateway courses at CMC. Peer Tutoring offered through DOS is a peer-based one-on-one or small group service. Appointments for the Fall '24 Semester will begin the week of September 23rd and end on December 1st.

Request Tutoring Assistance


Requests should be submitted as soon as possible to allow time to identify the available resource or tutor. It is required that the student meet for the professor of the course for which they are seeking assistance. Currently enrolled CMC students may request a tutor for any course they are taking, however, it is not guaranteed that every student will be matched with a tutor. If a tutor already exists for the subject somewhere else on campus, you will NOT be matched with an extra tutor. It is expected that you use the resource that is already provided.

A member from Academic Success will email students to inform them of their request status within 48 business hours after submission. After an interview and training, the tutor will be matched. Once matched, it is the student’s responsibility to contact the tutor to set up an initial meeting.

Other Available Academic Resources:

  • Romero Success Coaches

    Success Coaches are here to help develop strategies and approaches with you to achieve your goals at CMC. Meet with them to talk through time management and organization, overcoming procrastination and test anxiety, efficient reading and note-taking, and exam prep. They can also help with goal-setting and habit-building, streamlining workflow, sleep management, stress-tolerance and coping skills, and healthy living.

  • Faculty Office Hours

    Faculty members will be available for various student needs (course-specific assistance, professional advice, mentorship, etc.) in their office or locations around campus. These times are typically listed in the course syllabus along with their contact info.

  • The Center for Writing and Public Discourse

  • The Murty Sunak Quantitative and Computing Lab

  • Modern Language Resource Center at Scripps College

  • Oldenborg Center Language Tables at Pomona College

  • W.M. Keck Science Department

    This document has contact information for the introductory sciences within Keck. Please contact the listed faculty member for the major you are seeking assistance for. For the contact specific to CMC, please use these links: Chemistry - Biology - Physics 

  • Tutoring - Robert Day School of Economics and Finance

    The tutoring services offered by the department covers the following courses: Principles of Economic Analysis, Accounting for Decision Making, Intermediate Microeconomics, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Statistics (Economics), Data Science and Statistical Learning, and Econometrics. 

For more information, please contact Matt Layman, Senior Assistant Dean of Students for Academic Success at