Request For Tutoring

Please identify if you would like to be scheduled with a friend, work with a specific tutor, or have any additional questions.

Which course(s) would you like a tutor for?  For example, CHEM 1500 (Smith) 

Please mark all of the times you are available to meet with a tutor. All sessions occur at the top of each hour and are typically 50 minutes in duration.

Please note that appointments are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. In order to accommodate multiple requests, small groups will be formed for high demand subject areas.


CSP Tutorial Agreement


Please review our policies and procedures:

  • There will be limited availability for in-person tutoring at the CSP this semester.
    • If in-person tutoring is desired but not available, students will be scheduled for online tutoring.
    • Small groups will be formed if there is a high demand for tutoring in the course for which I am being tutored. Other students may join the session throughout the semester.
    • Students should arrive on time and have all the necessary materials (i.e. syllabus, textbook, lecture notes, study guides, handouts, etc.) available for each tutoring session.
  • Students are expected to:
    • Attend class regularly, read the textbook, and develop questions to ask their tutor prior to the tutoring sessions.
    • Actively participate in their session by attempting problems and answering questions to the best of his/her ability. This also includes turning on cameras and microphones during online sessions.
    • Minimize external distractions such as the use of cell phones during the tutoring session.
  • Attendance Policy:
    • Due to high demand, students who miss two consecutive sessions will forfeit their tutoring session and be removed from the tutor’s schedule.
    • Students should call the CSP (330-941-7253) as soon as possible if they need to cancel their appointment.
  • The Tutor’s Role:
    • Our tutors will not re-lecture, summarize the textbook, or assist with any graded work (homework, quizzes, or exams).
    • Tutors may discuss certain information about the tutoring session with their supervisor for the purpose of improving their skills or to recommend other support services that may assist students in attaining their academic goals.
  • University Policy 3356-02-03:
    • Discrimination/harassment applies to employees and individuals, whether paid or unpaid, who teach, coach, evaluate, supervise, advise, control, or influence student employment, academic, or resource opportunities. Tutors have significant academic influence over tutees and as a result of that influence, this policy prohibits consensual relationships between tutor and tutee.
    • Should a relationship predate you registering with the CSP as a tutee, the tutor involved in the relationship shall notify their supervisor, (or their designee), of Student Tutorial Services and alternate tutorial arrangements shall be made for the tutee.
    • If you feel that you have been subjected to, or are experiencing any forms of sexual harassment or discrimination in the course of your tutor-tutee relationship, please report this to the program coordinator and/or the Title IX Coordinator ( to learn about your options for addressing such an issue.


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