The mission of the Multicultural Affairs Tutoring Program is to improve the academic performance of students from underrepresented ethnic minority groups including African-American and Hispanics at TTU.
The goals of the Multicultural Affairs Tutoring Program are to decrease the number of students on academic warning, academic probation, or academic suspension and to decrease the number of minority scholarship recipients who are losing money each semester due to poor academic performance.
- We value quality service for the tutees, meaning that if a student needs help in a class, that we respond to that student's need by providing a qualified, reliable tutor.
- We value a pleasant work experience for our tutors in the aspect of having a safe work environment, access to technology, and motivated students.
- We will have a list of existing labs and times of service available for students.
- We will have a list of private tutors that can be contacted for times outside of those that are provided in the BCC and other labs (based on availability of funding and tutor).
- Private tutors will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Tutees can be tutored in up to two courses/subjects, up to three hours per course, for a maximum of six hours per week.
For more information contact:
Dr. Elizabeth D. Ojo
Phone: (931) 372-3381