Maureen Baptiste, M.Ed
The goal of our peer tutoring program is to encourage and model academic excellence.
Our staff seeks to empower other students to use research and critical thinking skills
essential to success in college and beyond, while offering help in a wide variety of subjects.
If you are interested in working as a tutor, please call the Center for Academic Excellence
at extension 4107 or stop by and speak to Moe Baptiste.
Tutoring is a great job to have at Franklin Pierce University. Many find that helping their peers
to learn and succeed is extremely rewarding. However, it not only benefits those looking for help;
tutors understand the material better themselves, by finding new ways to communicate it. They also
develop great communication skills, and get a sense of what it is like to actually teach at the
college level... while getting paid!
This tutoring service is offered free to you. Better than giving you the answers to
a problem, our tutors will help you learn how to find them. Check out the
and come to the tutoring sessions - we are here to help you
do well in class.
Congratulations to our Franklin Pierce student
tutors: Dan Champigny, Jennifer Cartier, Brennan Whalen, and Gerome
Gepigon for their fine presentations at the New England Peer Tutor
Association (NEPTA) 19th Annual Conference held at
Nichols College on Saturday (4/6/13). Their topics drew in crowds
of 40+ attendees including students, faculty, and administrators,
and received high marks upon review. Thank you for your dedication
to the tutoring program. We celebrate your achievement!