Our peer tutoring program is certified by the College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA). We offer tutoring in about 25 subjects per semester. Tutors are undergraduate students who have received a high grade in the course, been recommended by an instructor, and who have undergone or are completing our tutor training program. Tutors are offered for a course if there is an anticipated high demand for tutoring in the course, subject to availability of eligible tutors.
Currently all tutors are hired, trained and supervised on the Rindge campus. We offer tutors for undergraduate courses only.
How to find a tutor if you are a Rindge student:
Link to the Spring 2023 Peer Tutoring Schedule - http://eraven.franklinpierce.edu/s/cae/Spring2023TutoringSchedule.pdf
The CAE sponsors workshops and events to help students succeed academically. Recent offerings for the Rindge campus are listed below; most could be offered remotely via Zoom if requested by a center director, program coordinator, or academic advisor.
Our staff consists of five full-time professionals, an administrative assistant and a team of well-prepared peer tutors and peer leaders. Our professional staff maintain active memberships in NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising; the College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA); the Learning Assistance Association of New England (LAANE); the National Association of Developmental Education (NADE) and AHEAD: Association of Higher Education and Disability, in order to remain current in the fields of learning support, academic advising and supporting students with disabilities.
Our professional staff work with students one-on-one to help them succeed academically. Some students make an appointment just when they need to work on a particular assignment or to get organized at the beginning of the semester, and others attend regular appointments over a period of time in order to establish new approaches to academic material or to build reading, writing, or study skills.
The CAE provides a program to support students on academic probation. After initial required meetings, students on the Rindge campus follow self-designed Individualized Academic Success Plans as they work to return to good academic standing.
Online students on are sometimes referred to the CAE as as part of a Learning Contract if they have not met the academic requirements for their program. The CAE works with students according to the student's needs and the requirements of his or her contract.
It also doesn't stop at the borders of the campus or country. Franklin Pierce University offers many opportunities for international learning experiences. Study abroad allows you to gain firsthand, in-depth knowledge of another culture, see the world from a new perspective and develop intercultural skills that will help you succeed in today’s world.
Franklin Pierce offers its own study abroad programs, including its semester program: Pierce on the Camino - Walking in Europe, and a variety of other short term programs. Students may also join study abroad programs at other accredited institutions, which allow students to earn credit towards their Franklin Pierce degree. All study abroad programs are open to students in good standing, who meet the GPA and other requirements of their specific academic program. Students should plan for their study abroad program in consultation with their advisor and the Director of International Studies Programs.
Go to our main International Programs web page at https://www.franklinpierce.edu/academics/studyabroad/index.htm to learn more about our program offerings.
Franklin Pierce welcomes students from across the globe. International students at Franklin Pierce come to the CAE for help with many of the details of international study and travel. Patti Vorfeld, Director of International Study Initiatives and CAE Operations oversees this area.
Prospective international students can learn more about studying at Franklin Pierce at http://www.franklinpierce.edu/admissions/international/.