Frequently Asked Questions
How can I get a tutor?
Please click here for “Tutor Requests.” Where you will find a form to fill out. Once you submit the form an appropriate tutor will be found for you. This process usually takes 2-3 working days, although it may take longer depending on the amount of time it takes your professor and the potential tutors to respond. When a tutor has been found you will be alerted by e-mail and given the tutor’s e-mail address so that you may contact that person to set up a tutoring schedule.
How can a tutor help me? Tutors provide a wide range of services. They can explain difficult concepts or listen and provide feedback as you explain your understanding of such concepts from class or readings. They can serve as a study-partner in reviewing material from class. They may also share their own effective strategies for note-making, studying, writing essays, and preparing for class.
How do I become a tutor?
Please click here for the “Tutor Applications.” There you will find a form to fill out. If a student requests help in your area of expertise you may be selected to tutor that student. When this happens you will be alerted by e-mail and given the student’s e-mail address so that you may contact them to set up a tutoring schedule.
What if I need more tutoring time than 5 hours per week?
Under special circumstances we do allow for such arrangements. If you feel that your circumstances justify the need for more tutoring contact Brian Woods at email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I enter my hours for tutoring?
Follow this link: How to enter your hours for tutoring.
I’m having trouble logging into payroll.
Please contact Kim Coons at email: email@example.com, if you’re having trouble logging onto Payroll.
Other Questions or Concerns?
Please contact Brian Woods at email: firstname.lastname@example.org.