Tutoring

Learning Center Employment

The Learning Center is a free tutoring program provided for students at Salt Lake Community College. We provide top quality tutoring in math and science. Related services are the Student Writing Center, Science Resource Center, Math Lab, and the Academic Literacy Center.

To apply for a tutoring position in the Learning Center: 

You must have at least a 2.75 cumulative GPA:

  • To tutor Accounting, you must have a B or better in the course you wish to tutor
  • To tutor Biology, you must have a B or better in the course you wish to tutor.
  • To tutor Chemistry, you must have a B or better in the course you wish to tutor.
  • To tutor CIS, you must have an A in the course you wish to tutor.
  • To tutor Math, you must have completed at least Math 1210 (Calculus I) with a grade of B or better.
  • To tutor Math1020, 1030, or 1040 you must have a B or better in the course you wish to tutor.
  • To tutor Pathophysiology, you must have a B or better in the course you wish to tutor.
  • To tutor Pharmacology, you must have a B or better in the course you wish to tutor.
  • To tutor Physics, you must have a B or better in the course you wish to tutor.

Steps for employment:

Fill out an Application for Employment for Salt Lake Community College. This can be found online at jobs.slcc.edu or you can simply follow this link. Please apply for the correct position. Please print and sign a copy and submit it with this packet.

Fill out an Application for Employment for The Learning Center. Follow the link for a MS Word format or this link for PDF. If you are using a computer with Microsoft Office, fill out the form, print and sign. If not, print, fill out, and sign. When you fill out this form, if you indicate that you are able to tutor Calculus 1210, we will assume you can also tutor Math 0990, or Math 1010, etc. 

Include a transcript from Salt Lake Community College (or other institutions of higher learning), including your grades for the subject(s) you intend to tutor. This does not need to be an official transcript.

Submit two letters of recommendation from instructors in areas related to the subjects that you will be tutoring. You can find the letter form here. The envelope containing the letter of recommendation must be sealed with the instructor's signature over the seal. The letter can be delivered in two ways:

  • In Person: You can drop the letter off at the front desk of the Learning Center in the Library Lower Level. 
  • By SLCC Interoffice Mail: The instructor can put the sealed envelope in campus mail to the attention of the Learning Center, Mail Stop DST.

Fill out an availability schedule for the semester during which you wish to tutor. The form can be found here. This form will need to be updated with every semester.

Turn in this entire pack together.

 


 

There is tutor training available. If you are hired, you can talk to Jennifer Fasy about the availability of tutor certification workshops.