Greyhound Tutoring Information
Moravian College's Greyhound Tutoring Program exists to provide tutorial assistance for fellow students. In staying true to our tradition in servicing the needs of others, peer tutors serve as vital liaisons between the faculty and the Academic & Accessibility Support Center by assisting students to achieve success in their academic pursuits. The Greyhound Tutoring Program is Level I certified by the College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA).
Who are Greyhound Tutors?
Greyhound Tutors are undergraduates responsible for providing academic support for other Moravian undergraduate students in 1-on-1 or small group sessions. These tutors have experienced the same academic struggles that all transfer, international, and first-year students experience, so they are empathetic and patient while still supporting students’ academic successes. Greyhound Tutors can function as an academic coach who can get students back on track or save them from finals week destruction. Tutors not only work with students on course content and homework, but also on time management strategies, study skills and overall college transition support.
If you have any questions, please contact Barry Saturen
Coordinator of Tutoring and Academic Support