The Learning Center provides a space for students to meet with peer tutors, get feedback on assignments, schedule group study sessions, and work with faculty outside the classroom.
Because the Learning Center is located on the second floor of the Max E. Benitz Library, students have ready access to research material – both print and online – and easy contact with library professionals who can answer questions and identify additional resources.
Whether you need a quiet study space to focus on your reading or a collaborative environment to solve problems with your classmates, the Learning Center is an ideal place for scholarship.
Hours of Operation
Appointments are free to WSU Tri-Cities students and occur on a walk-in basis.
We are always looking for more tutors at the Learning Center. If you are an undergraduate student and have tutoring experience, or you have Math or science skills, then you should consider applying.
Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
Earned a “B” or better in course(s) for which you will be tutoring, or a “B” or better in higher-level courses
Successful completion of at least one semester of college course work
Be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits during fall and spring semesters at WSU Tri-Cities
Ability and willingness to work with students from diverse cultural, linguistic, and academic backgrounds
Submission of application packet that includes:
A completed Learning Center Application form (link to Application Form – Learning Center Tutor)
A completed Schedule Availability Form (link to Schedule Availability Form)
One statement of support/letter of recommendation from a current or former professor who teaches the subject(s) in which you will tutor. Letters can We are always looking for more tutors at the Learning Center. If you are an undergraduate student and have tutoring experience, or you have Math or science skills, then you should consider applying. Letters can be emailed to Simon Aebersold.
Preference will be given to students who are eligible for Work Study.