Welcome to Peer Tutoring through the Residential Colleges!

The Peer Tutoring Program is designed to help those students who are having difficulties in a course because of a particularly challenging subject matter, gaps in their preparation, loss of time due to illness, or other factors. Peer tutors are undergraduates who have performed well in specific courses and who have been trained in tutoring policies and techniques. Our peer tutoring program is available to all undergraduates. Please note that Princeton undergraduates are permitted to use only those tutoring services authorized by the Office of the Dean of the College. 

To request a tutor, please complete the Request a Peer Tutor Form. You must then make an appointment with your residential college Dean or Director of Studies, who will discuss the specific difficulties you are encountering and all the support resources available to you.

To apply to become a peer tutor, please complete the Tutor Registration form. Your dean or director of studies will review and confirm your appointment as a per tutor.

If you are a tutor, or have been assigned a tutor, you may log in here:

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