A student being tutored one-on-one while working on a piece of paper.
 A student being tutored on his math homework.
 A student and his tutor looking at the textbook.

Other Resources

What to bring to a tutoring appointment?

  • Textbook
  • Copy of the assignment (or syllabus)
  • Notes
  • Your work in progress (homework, rough draft of your essay, etc.)
  • Tools needed to complete the assignment (calculator, etc.).

What to expect from a tutoring appointment?

The purpose of tutoring is to help you become an active, independent learner. Working with a tutor can enrich your understanding of the course material, help you focus on what is important in the class, and help you apply better study methods.

Tutors can:

  • Review and help clarify assignments
  • Help you understand concepts that the instructor has already presented in class
  • Provide you with additional examples and practice problems
  • Help you understand the textbook and apply the information

Tutors cannot:

  • Do your homework for you
  • Guarantee an error-free assignment or a better grade; it is still your responsibility to do the work
  • Teach new material missed in class; tutoring is not a substitute for classroom instruction
  • Help with take-home or make-up tests

Appointment Policy?

Tutoring will be stopped in the following instances:

  • When the student missed 2 tutoring sessions without reasonable notifications (reinstatement will be considered for consultation with the Director of the Office of the Tutoring and Learning Center)
  • When tutoring is not helping the student progress

F5 Regionals Laptop Distribution Program

  • To learn more about the program, complete this form and a member for the TLC staff will contact you and to schedule an appointment.