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AAAC Offers Summer 2016 Tutoring for Eight-week Courses Only

Beginning Thursday, June 9, AAAC Tutoring Services will open for summer tutoring requests. To request a tutor, use the link below and log in with your KU online ID and password. Once you are logged in, complete the two online forms and then select the course for which you seek a tutor. Be sure to write your days and times of availability in the comments section of your online request. AAAC Tutoring Services will place you with a tutor once a match is made between your times of availability and a tutor’s availability.  Once a match is made, you will be notified by email. The tutor request process will close Thursday, June 30, for the summer semester. Tutoring will continue through the last day of summer classes. If you experience technical difficulties with the online request process, do not hesitate to call (785) 864-7733. We will be happy to assist you. 

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Pre-Registration for Tutoring in Fall 2016 Courses is Open

Why pre-register for tutoring?  Pre-registration enables you to view and select tutor groups during a 48-hour window before students who did not pre-register.  Students who pre-register will receive an email on Friday, August 26, notifying them that the group request process is open only to them.  Then, after 48 hours, the system will open to all students at the University of Kansas.  There is no obligation associated with pre-registration—it gives AAAC Tutoring Services a notice that you may need tutoring in a specific course and gives you the chance to select a tutor group before students who did not pre-register.  Students are placed in tutor groups on a first-come, first-served, by schedule basis.  Pre-register today!   

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