Contact InformationFlanagan Campus
2nd floor, above cafe
Room 251 & 252
Director, Campus Coordinator
Michael J. Cunningham
Dean of Students
Web Content Manager
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
The Peer Tutorial Program is a program that seeks to provide tutors in all subject areas where there is need. Students are required to meet with their tutors at least one hour per week to insure that they are meeting the goal of tutoring. This program is free of charge to CCRI students.
Students who would like to apply for tutoring assistance should apply on-line. Log in to TutorTrac with your CCRI username and password. Opt In for the Text Message alerts, Search by Course and select a time available to meet with a tutor. If you cannot find a tutor in the course you are taking, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your student tutor (hence peer) should be viewed as a resource aid in helping you to overcome problem areas in your studies, not as a substitute for your professional instructor. Your peer tutor is a knowledgeable, well-qualified individual who possesses good academic skills. Tap your tutor’s resources, learn to utilize those skills which have enabled your tutor to be successful in his/her academic pursuits. Learn through your tutor how to achieve the academic success which you are capable of.