Russian tutors needed


The Russian program at Sac State is looking for Russian speakers who can tutor first- and second-year Russian language students.

Russian tutors earn academic credit (RUSS 195) by working three hours per week for each unit of academic credit. Students can earn up to three units of credit per semester. These credits count towards a Russian minor.

Tutors meet with language students in one of two ways:

  1. 1.They hold regular office hours (Tutoring Center, MRP 2032), for example, 11-noon, MWF. RUSS 1A and 1B meet MTWTh, 9:00-10:00 or 10:15; and RUSS 2A and 2B meet M-F 12:00-1:00. Tutors schedule their office hours to be available to the largest number of 1st- and 2nd-year students as possible.

  2. 2.They schedule weekly meetings with individual students who cannot make the regularly scheduled hours of other tutors. These meeting can take place in the Tutoring Center or in a place more convenient to the tutor and student(s).

If you would like to apply to serve as a tutor for the Russian Program, please contact Dr. Jonathan Gray to arrange an interview: .

Thank you. I look forward to hearing from you!

Dr. Gray

updated:  Aug. 22, 2011

Are you an educated Russian speaker and enrolled as a student at CSUS?