Peer Tutoring

CASE Boston

Our Peer Tutoring program is a resource available to students that is focused on providing course-specific academic support. Peer tutors provide expertise, experience, and encouragement to help students navigate the learning process. They do not provide "answers," but rather assist in problem solving, help focus on assignments, and help foster understanding of course content. Peer tutoring is offered in the form of both individual and small-group appointments.

Appointments are required for peer tutoring. Make an appointment and choose your course from the schedule options.

Becoming a Peer Tutor

Peer tutors are current MCPHS undergraduate/graduate students; we do not hire outside candidates.

For more information regarding the qualifications and application process to become a peer tutor position with our program, please email prior to the beginning of the semester.

If you are a faculty member and you would like to nominate a student for a ULN Peer Leader position or you would like to request ULN support for your course, please contact the Director of Academic Support and Resources by emailing before the semester begins.