Tutor of the Year

Shannon Reutter

Shannon Reutter


Accounting Major,  3.536 Undergraduate GPA /  Working on her MBA.

Shannon tutors one-on-one in all Accounting courses, Accounting 201 & 202 drop-in sessions, and MBA 500 & 511 on an individual basis.

Shannon started tutoring one-on-one Accounting courses in the beginning of fall 2017, and she started Accounting drop-in sessions in the beginning of fall 2018. Denisia Stoops, Tutoring Programs Coordinator, and Ashland University wishes Shannon success in her brand new career as an Auditor and thanks her for her tutoring services to Ashland University's students.

Below is what Shannon said in regards to her experience with tutoring:

"While I was pursuing my undergraduate degree at Ashland University, I was blessed with the opportunity to tutor. However, what seemed initially as just another opportunity to grow turned into something so much more. Ashland University has given me so many options, by majoring in Accounting, Business Management, and Supply Chain Management, I’ve been able to expand my business understanding, but tutoring has given me a wealth of knowledge and purpose that I can share with others.

The best example that I have for how tutoring has changed my personal life began in Spring 2019 when tutoring in Auditing after having taken this course the prior year. Fast forward a few months and I accepted an Assistant Auditor position with the Auditor of State. Having taken the Auditing course, I had a foundation that lead me to the area of accounting that I thought I wanted to pursue. However, after tutoring in Auditing, I had an overwhelming confirmation and excitement for my new career in Auditing. Tutoring in Accounting at Ashland University was the best decision that I’ve made, and it continues to be so.

My love for Ashland University has continued to expand as I am now pursuing my MBA in Accounting and Project Management. As I learn more in the classroom and have more experience in the workforce, I’ve been able to use all of this to help reach students in tutoring."