Tutoring Program

Psychology Club coordinates a peer tutoring program which pairs top students with peers interested in one-on-one help. If you're looking for guidance on how to ace your next exam or want another set of eyes to review your paper, contact the Tutoring Chairs below. Every tutor has been verified to have recieved an A or A- in their respective courses. Please keep in mind that these tutors are volunteers and we appreciate all their support. If interested recieving tutoring, please e-mail the tutors at the address listed. 

If you have questions or concerns, please contact Psychology Club Tutoring Chairs Arvin Khamseh (ak32@geneseo.edu), Monique Ross (mr24@geneseo.edu).

PEERS TUTORS

e-mail

classes available to tutor

Laura Molden 

ljm11@geneseo.edu

PSYC-308: Psychology of Women- Katz
PSYC-251: Introduction to Behavioral Research Methods- Markowski
PSYC-260: Abnormal Psychology- Tomczak
PSYC-236: Human Sexual Behavior- Repinski

Naomi Iwamoto 

ni1@geneseo.edu

PSYC-100: Introduction to Psychology - Kirsch

PSYC-215: Child Psychology - Merrilees

Rachel Bassett 

rkb3@geneseo.edu

PSYC-217: Adult Development and Aging -- Zook

PSYC-251: Intro to Beh Res Methods -Lynch

Brittany Beach 

blb5@geneseo.edu

PSYC-308: Psychology of Women - Dr. Katz, Fall 2013

PSYC-332: Human Neuropsychology - Dr. Ballard, Spring 2014

PSYC-366: Developmental Psychopathology - Dr. Lynch, Fall 2013

Ariana DiPreta 

aid1@geneseo.edu

PSYC-215: Child Development- Dr. Button

Monique Ross 

mr24@geneseo.eduu

PSYC-215: Child Development- Dr. Merrilees

Tiffany Lui 

tgl1@geneseo.edu

PSYC-100: Introduction to Psychology - Schneider

PSYC-250: Behavioral Statistics - Repinski

apply to tutor your peers

Psychology Club is looking for excellent students to volunteer time to help their peers seeking tutoring support. This is an unofficial, student-driven program. Online application and unofficial transcript submission are due FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13th.

Click here to complete the application now! 

DisclaimerS

1) The Psychology Club Tutoring Program is created by students for students. It is independent of the instructors teaching in the Psychology Department

2) Tutoring cannot subsitute for attending class and meeting with faculty members during office hours

3) Tutor avaliability varies, so it's advisable to contact tutors as early as possible

4) Tutors will do their best to provide help to students seeking clarification or guidance, but students maintain responsibility for their own learning