Pearson Student Success Program
This tutoring program was founded by Walsh College graduate Richard Pearson (picture on the right with his wife Elaine). He wanted to provide additional assistance to students that needed help in their classes and give them the opportunity to be successful. The College is grateful for Richard Pearson's generosity and appreciates what he has provided to allow the program to grow and become successful.
The program offers free tutoring labs in Accounting, Finance, Statistics, and Quantitative Methods. Through the program students can receive assistance to improve their study, note, and test taking skills.
Current Pearson Tutoring Lab Schedule
Student Success Communications Lab Schedule
Accounting Exam Review Schedule
Peer Group Tutoring
Available for students looking for assistance in their coursework. Tutors are partially subsidized by the College to keep cost affordable for students. Tutoring is available in several subject areas and the following formats:
- Group tutoring ($2.50 per hour)
- Online tutoring ($10.00 per week)
Also available for students looking for personalized assistance. Tutoring is available in several subject areas.
- Individual tutoring ($4.00 per hour)
Find a Tutor
Select a tutor
and access their contact information. Walsh may not always have a tutor available. However, we do our best to provide a tutor for those making a request. The earlier you request, the better your chances of getting one.
Interested in becoming a tutor?
Share your knowledge and build your professional resume while helping others. If you are interested in becoming a tutor, please fill out an application
. Walsh students with a 3.5+ GPA are eligible. Tutors are compensated for their services.
Check the Portal
for tutor applications, lab schedules, and more information. Or contact Maria Corace at 248-823-1132 / email@example.com.
We are committed to providing equal educational opportunities to everyone, regardless of disability. If you feel that you need assistance, please contact the Admissions and Academic Advising Office at 248-823-1610 or firstname.lastname@example.org