We are here to support your positive and successful experience in Spanish!
WHEN: EVERY WEDNESDAY FROM 5:30 to 7:00
WHERE: KEIPER 101
Tutoring sessions are intended for 100 and 200 level language students and offer a low-anxiety environment in which to ask questions, prepare for exams and discuss concerns one-on-one with a peer tutor.
Some of our peer tutors offer individual appointments! See below for more information.
The fine print: Please be aware that tutors cannot help you write your compositions, as receiving help from a more advanced student for written work constitutes a violation of the college's honor code
My name is Stephanie Karwacki and I am entering my junior year at F&M with a double major in Spanish and English Literature. Though I was originally going to minor in Spanish, I decided that I would rather continue and challenge myself further, and so last year I took SPA472, Modernity, as my Spanish-language seminar.
I wanted to be a tutor because I believe that it would be a great opportunity, not only to help others improve their Spanish, but also to help them understand their own learning style. I believe it is most important to listen to learners explain their ideas so I can understand how they approach a language issue and provide feedback accordingly.
In addition to the group tutoring, I also meet students one on one, if my schedule allows.
Hi! My name is Jen and I am a sophomore double majoring in Spanish and Chemistry. I studied abroad in high school in Spain and grew to love speaking Spanish. Learning Spanish was extremely difficult for me and therefore I would love to try to make it easier and more enjoyable for others. It is extremely helpful to know another language and I would love to show others why and help them learn not only Spanish but how they study/learn and apply it to everything else.
Hola! My name is Justis Wright, and I am a sophomore here at F&M. I am double majoring in Spanish and Sociology. I have been taking Spanish classes since 6th grade, which has fostered my deep interest and passion for the Spanish language. In the past, I have volunteered as a teaching assistant for a Spanish Immersion program at a local school, and I have volunteered as a mentor/tutor for students whose primary language is Spanish. With that being said, I am so excited to work as a tutor this year, and I look forward to helping you all with your Spanish studies!