PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Accountancy Peer Tutor Center
Peer tutoring is a highly effective means of professional learning and development, both for the tutee and the tutor. My experience consistently demonstrates that cooperative efforts, such as peer tutoring, are more effective in promoting achievement. Peer collaboration is especially effective in fostering creativity, experimentation, problem-solving and critical thinking skills and the learning of deep concepts, a discovery learning approach especially effective in accountancy.
PwC constantly strives to achieve such development and learning for its professionals and is proud to sponsor the Accountancy Peer Tutor Center at the University of Illinois.
Timothy J. Reierson
Hours and Location
The PwC Accountancy Peer Tutor Center offers trained tutors (Accountancy seniors and graduate students) free of charge to assist students who need help with ACCY 301, 302, 303, 304, and 312. Tutors are available Sunday through Wednesday from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in room 2011 Business Instructional Facility. You do not need an appointment. We hope you stop by and visit!
The Peer Tutoring Experience
The goal of peer tutoring is to facilitate learning by helping students enhance their mastery of course concepts. Peer tutors also assist with effective study and learning strategies. To get the most out of your tutoring session, please bring course materials with you such as homework, class notes, and textbooks. Please note that while tutors can help with course concepts, they cannot provide case or assignment solutions.
Peer Tutor Center Survey
Those involved in the Peer Tutor Center want to best meet your needs. Please help us by completing a feedback survey.
- The survey only takes about five (5) minutes to complete.
- All information will be kept confidential.
- The survey is completely anonymous.
- You can take the survey online!
Peer Tutor Application Information
The Peer Tutor Center recruits tutors who are academically talented in the classroom and highly motivated to enhance their teaching and leadership potential, interpersonal skills, community service, and future career goals. Peer Tutors must demonstrate an ability to communicate well with students. A Peer Tutor must also have senior or graduate standing, and have earned an A- or better in courses they wish to tutor. Tutors must also maintain a minimum overall GPA and an ACCY GPA of 3.2. For more information, please contact Susan Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org