AOP Tutorial Services
If you need extra help in a course and prefer individualized or small group tutoring, our office will arrange to have a highly accomplished tutor assist you in your learning. Our tutors have taken these courses, achieving a B+ or higher and have earned a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0. Students interested in applying to be a tutor must be mature role modesl and possess an understanding of their unique responsibility as stewards of the AOP support services. Tutorial services are funded by the AOP Department.
AOP Tutoring is designed to:
AOP Tutoring is NOT designed to:
- Facilitate practice of course material
- Provide clarification and increase understanding
Provide test/quiz review
Model and show how to use effective study skills
Encourage and motivate
Assist student in improving GPA/grade within a course
Support students in achieving their personal goals
Teach the course or make up for absences
Complete student homework assignments
Guarantee students an A or any grade within a course
Current AOP students
As a student in the Access Opportunity Programs you can request a tutor for any of your classes. Tutors are an outstanding resource and can make a significant difference in your academic success. Please take this working relationship seriously!
Students interested in obtaining a tutor must complete the Tutor Request form below. Please visit the AOP office located at in Blake C - 104 or contact Ms Beverly Henke-Lofquist, firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
EOP Tutor Request Form
TOP Tutor Request Form
Please remember that tutoring sessions cannot replace personal studying time. Students collaborate with tutors to set goals and establish the best practices to succeed throughout the semester. Tutor/Client contracts further explain goal setting as well as arranging and maintaining a schedule of appointments. These contracts support a positive working relationship between tutors and students. By following the contract, students can expect their efforts to be reinfornced, their work habits to improve with successful progress as an outcome. Students can see the results each semester!
Tutor requests can be submitted at any point in the semester. The office does its best to accomodate student requests as soon as possible. Seperate requests must be submitted for each course.
We want student feedback!
Weekly Report for AOP Students
Brief weekly reports are completed by studentes receiving the tutoring service. This feedback assists the AOP Department in tracking progress and promoting the best working relationship between a student and the peer tutor.
Who are we?
Access Opportunity Programs TOP Counselor and Tutoring Coordinator
Sturges 123D - 585-245-5725
Access Opportunity Programs TOP Counselor and Assistant Tutoring Coordinator
Sturges 123C - 585-245-5725
AOP Tutoring Paperwork and Payroll Secretary
Sturges 121E - 585-245-5725