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Request a Tutor

QRC Policy for individual tutoring

To increase our ability to find a tutor quickly, it is best to submit requests before the QRC scheduling meeting at lunch on the first day of the block.  Because QRC tutors are also CC students with classes, it can be difficult at times to line-up a tutor after the first week of the block.  Students wishing tutoring should also come to the QRC where drop-in tutoring (often one-on-one) is available Sunday through Thursday, 2:00pm - 10:00pm.

The QRC can promise students no more than three hours of individual tutoring each week. If the student demand for individual tutoring is especially high during a block, students may be asked to share their individual time with another student from the class who has also requested a tutor. To make the most of individual tutoring sessions, students should attempt to grapple with the material on their own before they meet with their individual tutor, so that they are prepared to ask their tutor questions about specific concepts or problems. Students working with an individual tutor are also encouraged to work in the QRC alongside other students and tutors who can assist them as time allows.  

Steve Getty, Ph.D.
Director, Quantitative Reasoning Center

Learning Commons at Tutt Library


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