A tutoring community that takes you further 

The Peer Education Center in the Academic Hub of Reed Library provides academic support for all your courses.

Get tutoring help

Peer Educators are student tutors who can help you with your studies as well as support you with new study habits.

Schedule a tutor

Faculty resources

We can help you if you're interested in working with Peer Educators and/or if your students would benefit from their support.

Work with Peer Educators

Be a Peer Educator

Are you passionate about your courses? Do you get excited about explaining ideas to your classmates? Get paid to tutor your fellow students!

Learn how to apply

The Writing Studio

The Writing Studio helps undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and community members improve writing skills and techniques.

Get help with writing

Finding and scheduling your tutor

Peer Educators are available to collaborate with you on campus and online to:

  • Work with students one-on-one
  • Lead study groups
  • Host drop-in tutoring sessions and open labs
  • Support students and faculty in hands-on work in classrooms 

The Student - Quick Start Guide helps you find the right Peer Educator in the right location on Accudemia, making it a breeze to set your tutoring appointment.

*Math tutoring offers drop-in sessions.

Other tutoring options

Get free help in math, writing, and other subjects from professional tutors on NetTutor. You can get support late at night or on the weekends for most subjects and 24/7 for writing and math. NetTutor is linked on Canvas in the Learning Toolkit.

Need additional support?

If you need additional support in any of your courses, contact the Peer Education Center with this form:

Contact us


Contact information

Peer Education Director

Michelle Bonanno
Noble Hall, Room 234
Phone: 970-247-7183

Peer Education Coordinator

Sherri Spriggs
EBH 163
Phone: 970-247-7324
Email: smspriggs@fortlewis.edu

Writing Studio Coordinator

Erik Juergensmeyer
Email: writing@fortlewis.edu