- What’s a Peer Tutor?
- How do I join a group tutorial?
- What Courses have available group tutorials?
- Do I have to be eligible to join a group tutorial?
- Can I join more than one group tutorial?
- What do I need to understand about group tutorials?
- When/Where do I meet my group?
- How can I become a tutor?
- What other resources are there?
- When do tutorial services start and end?
- I have not heard from my tutor.
- I would like to request a specific tutor.
- My tutor request has been waitlisted.
- I missed my tutorial session, what is the policy for changing or making up a missed session?
What’s a Peer Tutor?
Peer Tutors are students like you! They understand your challenges and they are eager to help you learn. Tutors are trained in current tutoring practices and strategies, and have been highly successful in the courses they tutor.
How do I join a Group Tutorial?
First, check to see if peer tutoring is available for the course you are taking. If it is, click here to view and place yourself within a Group Tutorial. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.
What Courses have available tutors?
Please see our current list of available courses.
Do I have to be eligible to join a Group Tutorial?
You must be a Duke undergraduate student currently enrolled within the course. Otherwise, there are no restrictions for our Group Tutorial.
Can I join more than one Group Tutorial?
Yes, you can join more than one group tutorial.
What do I need to understand about working with a Peer Tutor?
There are certain responsibilities for both the tutor and the tutee. The information on “Tutee Responsibilities” details your responsibilities and important information you need to know about having a tutor.
When/Where do I meet my Group Tutorial?
Group Tutorials meet weekly in a convenient public location on campus such as an empty classroom, the library, a dorm common area, or online. Your assigned tutor will inform you of your Group Tutorial details.
Drop-In Tutoring and Study Groups meet in specifically designated locations at scheduled times.
How can I become a Peer Tutor?
We are always excited to welcome new students as tutors! Please review information on being a tutor, and contact us if you have any questions about the process, or about being a tutor.
What other resources are there?
The ARC learning consultants are always available to meet with you to talk about learning strategies, approaches, and courses related challenges you may be facing. Contact us to make an appointment.
There are also numerous learning resources available to students beyond tutoring.
When do tutorial services start and end?
Tutorial services begin after the add/drop period and end on the last day of classes.
I have not been contacted by my tutor.
After signing up for a Group Tutorial you will receive a information on the meeting location within 24 hours. If you have not received the confirmation email, please contact email@example.com or (919)-684-5917.
I would like to request a specific tutor.
While signing up for a group tutorial, you will have the option to view all available Group Tutorials and the names of the tutors conducting each session. If the group for your specific tutor is full, you may select another group or place yourself on the waitlist.
There are no available Group Tutorials for the times that I am available.
If there are no available Group Tutorials or times that work for your schedule, be sure to place yourself on the Waitlist so that you will be contacted once a new seat or Group Tutorial becomes available. Availability to within a Group Tutorial are first come, first served.
I missed my tutorial session. What is the policy for changing or making up a missed session?
If you are unable to attend your session, you must notify your tutor or cancel your sign-up at least 24 hours in advance. Failure to do so will be considered a no-show, and means forfeiting your tutoring session for that week. After two no-show sessions, you may jeopardize your continued participation in Group Tutorials for that semester. Tutors are not required to wait longer than 20 minutes past the appointed time and not required to work past the scheduled ending time. Arriving more than 20 late to the scheduled time is considered a no-show.