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Only small group tutoring will require students to sign-up. More information about our small group tutoring sign-up is listed below under "Small Group Tutoring." Large group tutoring will not require a sign-up. The schedule for our large group tutoring will be listed below when it becomes available.
Small group tutoring requires students to sign-up in advance. This will secure them a spot in these weekly group tutoring sessions. Our sign-up link will go live on the first day of classes each semester. For Fall 2022 small group tutoring, please check back on Monday, August 29th for the sign-up link. Please note that this sign-up is only for Marquette students.
Please check back for our Fall 2022 large group tutoring schedule. These groups will not require a sign-up. Students can attend as many sessions as they would like.
What if I can't find my subject?
Our program supports freshman and sophomore level courses, which are typically 1000 or 2000 levels. Occasionally, we support a 3000 level course, but only if it is a sophomore focused course. Another reason may be that the subject is offered for large group tutoring, not small group tutoring. Be sure to check our large group tutoring schedule. If you are unsure why you don't see your subject listed, you can email our office at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive clarification and potentially other resources.
How many groups can I sign up for?
You can sign up for one tutoring session per subject for all small group tutoring. For example, you can join a tutoring group for MATH 1400 and a tutoring group for CHEM 1001, but you cannot join two groups for CHEM 1001.
How long will I be on the waitlist?
If you do not see a group that fits your schedule and you join the waitlist, we will work as quickly as possible to place you in a group that works with your availability. When we see a request on our waitlist, we first check to see if a spot has opened up in any group that would work with your schedule. If so, we will place you in that group and you will receive a confirmation email. If no groups are open that fit your availability, we will wait until three requests for that same subject have been placed on our waitlist, then we will open a new group that matches everyone's schedule. There is no guarantee or timeline as to how long you can be on the waitlist, due to the varying situations that could occur.
What do I do if I need to change my tutoring time (after I already signed up)?
Any changes to placements in groups will need to go through the tutoring office. If you need to drop from a group or switch sessions, please email email@example.com to have that handled.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any other questions and we will respond as quickly as possible.