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Our Tutor Program

The Math Center provides tutoring for math courses. The Center for Research & Writing provides tutoring for research & writing across the curriculums. Aspire provides peer tutoring for other introductory level courses based on availability of qualified tutors.

The program brings together students with a trained tutor to improve the skills essential for the course, address questions about the course content, organize a study plan, and build confidence.

Aspire Tutoring is intended to supplement and complement the course as designed and presented by the instructor; it is not a replacement for the course. Students are strongly encouraged to seek primary support from their faculty.

Tutoring is open to all students on campus, subject to the availability of tutors.

How do I schedule an appointment with a tutor?

Schedule an appointment at your convenience
Tutoring appointments and drop-in are scheduled via EAB Navigate. Click here to login to EAB. Login with your KSC NetID and Password, then select “Schedule an Appointment” and follow the prompts.

Where and when can I meet with a drop-in tutor?

We will be offering drop-in tutoring for Biology, Chemistry, Management/Economics, and Psychology. You can view the schedules and locations by following this link: View the Drop-In Schedules

What if there is not a tutor available for a course I want?

While we cannot guarantee a tutor for every class, we will do our best to identify a qualified peer to offer support in your requested class. Please let us know your request for a class by following this link click here

Who are our tutors?

Tutors are current Keene State students who may be eligible for work study or student hourly pay. Tutors must receive an A or B in the course or courses they wish to tutor and have an overall GPA of at least a 2.75 (3.0 preferred) and maintain that GPA. Tutors must communicate well and be willing to work with individuals or small groups, have a sincere desire to help, and have a high level of patience.

How do I apply to be a Tutor?

If you are interested in becoming a tutor, please complete our online application. If we have a need in the area(s) you indicate, we will reach out to you to set up an interview. Apply to be a tutor here

For more information about the Tutor Program, contact Cristina Carpentier at 603-358-2390 or or Katie Robinson at 603-358-2431 or

Contact Aspire
Tel 603-358-2500
Fax 603-358-2937

The Aspire office is located on the first floor of the Elliot Center (map).