The Academic Success Center offers tutoring in math, writing, science, accounting, and computers. We are always looking for dedicated individuals to join us as we work to help students meet their academic goals by empowering them to become confident, capable, independent learners. Positions include a mix of peer (student) tutors and professional (degree-holding) tutors.

Interested in Becoming a Peer Tutor?
We welcome students who meet the following qualifications to apply for work as a tutor:

  • A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, with a grade of A or B in any class tutored, or in an equivalent or more advanced course
  • A commitment to professionalism, patience, and courtesy
  • A commitment to attend scheduled tutor training and/or meetings
  • A personal and professional commitment to academic honesty
  • Positions available for work-study and non-work-study

To apply, please submit:

  • A completed Academic Success Center Tutor application
  • A letter explaining your interest in becoming a tutor
  • College transcripts (unofficial are fine)
  • Availability schedule (this is part of the application)
  • A signed Recommendation Form from a supporting faculty member for each subject you wish to tutor (provide forms to faculty, they submit the forms themselves)
  • Please submit your application and supporting documents to the Academic Success Center address:

Interested in Becoming a Professional (degree-holding) Tutor?
If you already have your degree* and are interested in becoming a professional tutor, please submit a completed Professional Application, resume, and transcripts to the Academic Success Center.

*Degree must be in a field related to the area for which you are applying to tutor.
For more information, please contact:

Interested in Becoming a Receptionist?

We welcome students who are interested in working as a receptionist in the ASC. Receptionists working in the Academic Success Center are responsible for welcoming Great Falls College MSU students and guiding them to the appropriate tutor in various subject areas. The receptionist is responsible for answering incoming calls, answering emails, and other duties as assigned. Receptionists hold regular hours in the Academic Success Center and, in addition to working with students; they interact regularly with each other, staff, and faculty members. Please submit a completed receptionist application, resumé, and transcripts to the Academic Success Center email address: 


  • A commitment to professionalism, patience, and courtesy
  • A commitment to attend scheduled training and/or meetings
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Excellent computer skills
  • An understanding of diverse student needs and cultures is of great importance

Application Requirements:

  • A letter explaining your interest in becoming a receptionist
  • College transcripts (unofficial are fine)
  • Resumé
  • Availability schedule



Katherine Meier
Academic Success Center
Great Falls College MSU
Weaver Library
2100 16th Ave. South
Great Falls, MT 59405

Contact Information:

Kathy Meier

Kathy Meier

Phone: 406.771.4311

This is a free student resource located in The Weaver Library.

The Academic Success Center can be reached directly at 406.771.5121.

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