The tutoring room is room 512 in building 2. Tutoring is free, so please take advantage of the opportunity.
How do I sign up for tutoring?
1) Go to room 512 and look over the tutors' schedules posted on the bulletin board.
2) Find a tutor that offers tutoring in the subject with which you want assistance.
3) Look over that tutor's schedule and see if there is a time the tutor is available that you are also available. If there is no time you can meet with that tutor, find another.
4) When you have found a tutor appropriate for your subject and schedule, sign up with that tutor.
a) Clearly write in your full name on the schedule.
b) Write in the time that you want tutoring. For example "1-2 pm."
c) Write down your course number. For example, Principles of Biology is
d) Write down the last name of your professor.
NOTE: YOU WILL NEED TO BRING YOUR STUDENT ID TO THE TUTORING SESSION. YOU WILL NEED TO PRESENT YOUR STUDENT ID BEFORE RECEIVING TUTORING.
Please note: You may sign up for up to one hour of tutoring. You may sign up for less than one hour of time, but you may not sign up for longer than one hour.
You can sign up for three (3) hours of tutoring per week for each biology subject in which you are currently enrolled.
How can a tutor help me?
A tutor may:
Can I sign up in groups?
Yes, you may sign up in groups, but only by agreement. Do NOT sign up with someone else that you see is receiving tutoring in the same subject at the time that you would also like tutoring. You may arrive to find out that the other person is uncomfortable with group tutoring.
If there is a group of you who want tutoring, sign up all members of the group and place brackets to the left of your names indicating that you are a group. By taking that simple step you will avoid a lot of confusion.
When there is a holiday:
When there is a holiday, the tutors will post their availability on their schedules.
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