Working in the MSC


The work of the MSC is carried out by the peer tutors, the RSAP student director and the faculty director. The peer tutors undertake the task of helping students with their studies. They do this by leading study and work groups, and by conducting one-on-one, drop-in appointments. The student and faculty directors administrate and evaluate the MSC, as well as plan future innovations.

Being a Tutor

Generally tutors work for 2-4 hours per week and are currently paid $10 an hour. All tutors receive initial training, and can choose to take courses in Math Education. See “Course offerings for Tutors”.

To work as a tutor in the MSC, you will need to have taken a course similar to the one you wish to tutor, and obtain a recommendation from a Rhodes professor. If you would like to be a tutor, then please let your professor know of your interest.

If you would like further information, then please contact either Prof. Rachel Dunwell or Stefan McCarty.