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I always find it informative to get their experience with tutoring in the
past.

Dave

On Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 9:55 AM, Cleveland, Prof. John P. <
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> Hi all,
>
> Beginning last semester, I reached out to student by email who had been
> flagged in our first alerts program as having academic difficulty and
> encouraged them to come for tutoring.  A recent assessment of one of the
> outreached showed that at least one group of students did not come for
> tutoring.  I would like to put together a small focus group of them and
> send them a brief survey.  Besides the obvious question of why they did not
> come for tutoring, what other questions should I ask?
>
> Thanks for your help,
>
> 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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Dave Ehren
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Macalester Academic Excellence (MAX) Center
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