AOP Tutorial Services
If you need extra help in a course and prefer one-on-one tutoring or small group tutoring, our office provides students with academically successful tutors who are available to provide tutoring for you. These tutors have taken the course in which they tutor, achieved at least a B+ or better in the course, and possess a cumulative grade point average of at least a 3.0. Students interested in seeking a tutor be mature, responsible stewarts of this support service and must recognize that these services are being offered at a cost to the AOP department.
AOP Tutoring is designed to:
Provide clarification and increase understandingFacilitate practice of course material
Provide test/quiz review
Model and show how to use effective study skills
Assist you in improving your GPA/grade in a course
Help you to reach your goals and feel good about yourself
AOP Tutoring is NOT designed to:
Current AOP students
If you are interested in obtaining a tutor, pleasefill out the Tutor Request form below, visit our office located at in Blake C - 104 or contact Mr. Thomas Chew, email@example.com. Please keep in mind that tutoring sessions cannot replace your own studying time. Students work alongside tutors to establish goals and the best practices to succeed throughout the semester; this is all reviewed in the new Tutor/Client contract that will be signed by all students with their tutors. Tutorial sessions are designed to enhance and reinforce all the hard work that you are doing on your own!
Request a Tutor - Closed for the Fall 2013 Semester!!
Tutor requests can be submitted at any point iin the semester, we will do our best to accommodate everyone as soon as we can! Be sure to fill out a seperate request for each course you hope to receive a tutor in.
Tutor pairings happen throughout the semester. Get your request in, let us find you help!
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 gigantic difference in your academic success. Please take this relationship seriously!
Bi-Weekly report for AOP Students
Once you begin working with a tutor you are asked to fill out bi-weekly reports. This helps the department keep tabs on your progress and the progress of our tutors. We are dedicated to providing a happy, healthy, and progressive learning experience for both you and the peer tutors. Your feedback is instrumental in this process.
Who are we?
Thomas Chew - AOP Tutoring Coordinator
Access Opportunity Programs TOP Counselor and Tutoring Coordinator
Blake C 107 - 585-245-5725 ext. 4274
AOP Tutoring Student Intern
Blake C 105 -
AOP Tutoring Paperwork and Payroll Secretary
Blake C 104 - 585-245-5725