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Tutee Agreement

This is the tutee agreement webform for students who have requested tutoring with the CC/SEAS Tutoring Service.

If you have requested tutoring through your advising dean, please complete this webform as soon as possible. Students will not be assigned to a tutor until this webform has been completed.

I understand that as a tutee it is my responsibility to:


  • Respond to emails regarding my tutoring assignment in a timely manner.
  • Attend all scheduled tutorial sessions and keep the tutor informed of all coursework.
  • Come to each tutoring session prepared:
    • Come with specific questions for my tutor.
    • Bring all relevant course materials (textbook, lecture notes, syllabus, etc.)
  • Arrive on time and ready to start on schedule.
  • Notify the tutor as soon as possible if I am unable to attend a tutoring session.
  • Notify the tutoring program coordinator as soon as possible if I am discontinuing tutoring or have dropped the course.
  • Complete an evaluation form at the end of the semester.
  • Understand that tutoring sessions are not to be used for going over assigned homework problems, since that would be a violation of academic integrity guidelines and standards. Tutors are aware of this policy and will report any academic integrity issues to the Center for Student Advising.

  • Please note that tutoring is a semester-long commitment and tutees are expected to attend their two-hour tutoring session every week. If a tutee has more than two unexcused absences, s/he will lose his or her seat in the group to make room for other students. This policy will be strictly enforced.

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Whom do I contact with questions?

Please email mtac@columbia.edu with any questions or concerns, and a member of our team will respond as soon as we can.

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How do I apply?

The fall application period has closed. A link will become available here when applications reopen for the spring semester.

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Is it free for students to participate?

Yes, it’s free for students to participate, and the only materials necessary are those you will already have for the course.

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