AOP Tutoring – At a Glance
AOP Tutoring – Free service provided to all our
students enrolled in the Access Opportunity Programs
Chew: TOP Counselor / Tutoring Coordinator
107 – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Center for Academic Excellence - Milne
clarification and increase understanding
practice of course material
o Model and
show how to use effective study skills
o Assist you
in improving your GPA/grade in a course
Help you to reach your goals and feel good
Shared Responsibilities: Tutors and clients MUST each
for effective communication
to know each other
goals / boundaries
did you become/request a tutor? What do you want to get out of this relationship
to meetings on time and prepared
YOUR EMAIL EVERY DAY!!!
out all paperwork properly and on time
works for BOTH of you? What works for some may not work for all
Bonus Information – What else does AOP Tutoring Provide?
Study/Time Mgmt strategies: Tutors are encouraged to share their
Group Tutoring: Want to study with friends from
class/share tips and information?
Tutors can combine clients to lead small study groups.
Rewarding Relationships: Getting to know your tutor/client on a
personal, yet professional, level will help each of you commit to the tutoring
relationship and push each other to succeed. Meeting new people is always a
perk to being at Geneseo.
Diverse Cultures: AOP tutoring can be a great way to meet
individuals from other cultures and backgrounds from around the country and the
Walk-in Tutoring: We do our best to provide open walk-in
tutoring for subjects that are stereotypically difficult. This year, AOP will
provide pre-scheduled walk-in tutoring for Writing and Math as well as Supplemental Instruction in
pre-determined Biology, Chemistry, and Pre-Calculus classes.
Campus Tutoring Info: We don’t have it? Need even more help?
We do our best to find out which departments offer their own tutoring and when.