- Free tutoring is available to students at Reynolds who are enrolled in credit courses.
- The Nursing Retention Specialist may offer licensure reviews for new graduates or study strategy sessions for those who have been unsuccessful in a course in preparation for re-entry. These sessions are done on a time and space available basis. Enrolled students have priority.
- The School of Health Professions cannot not provide tutoring for students who have completed courses, in non-credit courses, in audited courses or for tuition- free courses, for students from special programs at the college that incorporate tutoring or reduced sized classes, or for preparation for entrance examinations.
- Students may use a maximum of two -50 minute sessions per week per course.
- Students may not make more than two appointments in advance per course. Once the student attends an appointment, the student can make another one for a total of two.
- Students who are more than 15 minutes late are considered a NO SHOW.
- Students must cancel before 8:00 am on the day of the appointment on Navigate. If the site is not functioning for this, call 523-5766 or emailing email@example.com to cancel. Failure to cancel in a timely manner will result in the appointment being considered as a NO SHOW. If the college is closed, then tutoring is cancelled and these will not be considered as NO SHOWS.
- Students who have two NO SHOWS cannot make further appointments, but may attend publicized group sessions for their course.
- Students must bring student identification cards to sessions and fill out attendance forms as required.
- Children and visitors are not allowed in the tutoring room.
- Food is not allowed in the tutoring room.
- Students may sign up for individual or small group (four or less) tutoring via Navigate. For Navigate help, go to room 329, or call (804) 523-5687 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions on how to make an appointment.
- Tutors can:
- Clarify assignments
- Help reduce test anxiety
- Give pointers on study strategies
- Provide time management strategies
- Help with understanding of course material
- Assist with exam and test preparation
Tutors cannot do work on assignments for you or assist take home tests.
- Students are expected to have a learning objective in mind and to bring course materials-print or electronic -and other items (calculator, pens, paper, etc., necessary to complete the objective.
- Reynolds cannot provide tutors for all courses, but will attempt to place the student with an appropriate tutor if possible and seek additional tutors if funds are available.
- Students with physical or medical conditions requiring special assistance in order to take advantage of the services at Reynolds Community College should contact the Office of Student Accommodations.
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