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Tutoring Sessions

What to Expect

  • Tutoring is offered to help you practice what you are learning in the class. 
  • Tutors are not instructors and do not know everything. Tutors may refer students back to office hours. 
  • Students may have one appointment per class scheduled at a time. Students may schedule another appointment after meeting with a tutor. 
  • Students are expected to engage during their session. Tutoring is not a study hall. 
  • Tutors are not allowed to work on assignments, including homework problems, with students. You will work through practice problems with tutors during your appointment. 
  • Tutoring is most effective when used proactively and regularly. Do not wait until the last minute!

Make the Most Out of Tutoring

  • Come to tutoring prepared. Complete as much of the homework or content in advance and mark difficult concepts or problems to discuss during tutoring. Write down at least 3 questions prior to a tutoring session.
  • It is important to bring class notes, book, syllabus, and other materials to the session. Having the appropriate material will help in conversation with the tutor.


Roesch Library
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1302