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Wendy, I have a form, but it just lists the student's name on one side and the
course on the other.  If a faculty member recommends a student, and if the
student has the requisite GPA, I give the student a try.  I believe this helps
to develop a good relationship with the faculty and they feel a stake in the
program.  It works for us.  LSL

"Wilson, Wendy" wrote:

> I am sorry that I did not make myself more specific.  I am actually looking
> for a form that the faculty can use to recommend a student to be a tutor in
> our program.
>
> Our faculty want a definite say as to whether a student should participate
> as a leader in the program.  A recommendation form not only helps them (they
> do not have to write several letters), but it also gives us the specific
> information that we need to evaluate the student's capabilities.
>
> I appreciate the quick response from those who have already provided their
> materials it is very helpful.
>
> Wendy Wilson
> Instructional Systems Specialist, FEC
> United States Naval Academy
> 572-C Holloway Rd.
> Annapolis,  MD  21402
> Office:  410-293-6718
> Fax:  410-293-4883
> e-mail:  [log in to unmask]
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lou Ann Sears [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Friday, October 27, 2000 3:59 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: faculty recommendation form
>
> I'm not sure what you have in mind when you say "faculty recommendation
> form." Do you mean a form that a faculty member would fill out in order to
> refer a student for tutoring?  If that's the case, I have found that most
> faculty would rather just send the student to the Learning Center.  So much
> paper floats around the institution that no one wants to see any more. Many
> times, the student refers himself.  Occasionally, another faculty member
> will stop by to tell me that he or she suggested to a student that he or
> she find the Center.
>
> Lou Ann Sears
> UPG
> FOB 105
> 1150 Mt. Pleasant Rd.
> Greensburg, PA 15601
> phone: 724-836-7098
> Fax: 724-836-7493