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I think a good number really depends on the demographics of your students, the other support services available, and the resources you have available to work with (You have a carrying capacity for your services based on the available resources.) You may want to look at peer institutions to determine this answer.


Martin Golson

Instructional Specialist
Academic Support Center
Austin Peay State University

931-221-6553




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Hi Chris,

Here at the NYC campus of Pace University, the Tutoring Center serves on average 15% of the undergraduate population.  That percentage has relatively consistent for a number of years.  

Best,

John Cleveland

John P. Cleveland, M.T.S., M.A.
Director, Tutoring Center
Center for Academic Excellence
& Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
Pace University 
41 Park Row, Room 204
New York, NY  10038
(212)346-1407 (phone)
(212)346-1520 (fax)
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www.pace.edu/tutoring
 
  

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Subject: What's a "good" number?

Hi all:



I'm curious - what do you consider to be a "good" number in terms of the percentage of students your tutoring program serves during a regular semester/quarter?  Do any of you set goals as far as a certain number you're trying to reach?

Christopher S. Glover
Tutorial Program Coordinator (LAR)
Adjunct Faculty (Reading)
Long Beach City College
Phone: 562.938.4669
Office: LAC L-203
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