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The primary mission of the ASC is to directly promote and support students' academic success by offering a wide range of services. Our student employees play a significant role in implementing academic support by providing on-demand personalized assistance to the USF student community.
- Tutors are responsible for assisting students' academic success in selected coursework. Tutors must possess and demonstrate academic achievement in their selected courses. Duties include individual and/or group study sessions, attendance at scheduled tutor training sessions, and assisting other staff when needed.
Graduate Assistant (GA)
- Graduate students assist in the coordination of tutoring support involving training, scheduling, supervision and evaluation of tutors and other ASC student employees. In collaboration with faculty, GA's support in the instructional efforts of students, to include proctoring exams and help students who utilize instructional software to complete assignments. ASC GA's also represent the department through outreach efforts at orientation, academic success seminars, and other events on campus.
Desk Ambassador - FWS Position
- ASC Ambassadors serve as a bridge between students, faculty, and university staff who come to the center and utilize tutoring, writing and SMART lab services. Ambassadors must possess excellent communication and customer service skills as well as be able to adjust to a fast paced work environment.
- A writing consultant provides writing support, including working with students, faculty, and staff at any stage of writing, at any academic level, and may be in any discipline. Consultants conduct face-to-face and/or small group writing consulting both in person and/or online as well as developing materials for writing support and participating in required training and professional development.
- Individuals interested in working as a writing consultant should have an advanced degree (master's or PhD) or should be working on obtaining one. Master's degree students should have completed at least one full semester (preferably a full academic year) within their degree program before becoming eligible to work.
To apply for one of the positions above please stop by the Tutoring Center LIB206.