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I'm going to change my answer. It was supposed to be an annual usage, I don't think that 30% stat was figured correctly -- it was a few years ago and was an informal estimate.  

I just checked the numbers for fall 08 semester.  The tutoring programs collectively served 21% of the student body.  The Math Lab alone was at 12%, which I think is a drop from previous years.(I don't have all my data with me at home)  I think the drop is because student enrollment has steadily increased over the years, but we are pretty much maxed out in our available space.  (Hmmm.  This will make great data to present to make my case for more space.)

Kathryn Van Wagoner
Utah Valley University
Math Lab Manager
801-863-8411
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>>> "Kremen, Phyllis" <[log in to unmask]> 3/6/2009 9:20 PM >>>
Our goal is 20% of the student body at our small four year school
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We serve about 16% of our student population through one or more of the services we provide (SLA, peer tutoring, and writing lab). We are an open-door, four year institution. 


Martin Golson
Instructional Specialist
Austin Peay State University

(931) 221-6553



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Hi all,

 

Do any of you know what percentage of your student body is tutored in your center.  I have been charged with increasing my percentage to 30% of the population.  I am curious if that is a best practice or just a number that the administration came up with.  Thank you for your help.

 

Margaret

 

Margaret  "Maggie" Tresslar

Coordinator, Instructional Support Center

Warren County Community College

908-835-3182

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