While we certainly encourage students to regularly work with our tutors over the course of a semester, our practice is to not schedule reoccurring “standing” appointments.  Our experience has been that such scheduling practices result in a higher number of cancelations and no shows, which inevitable takes away some tutoring times that other students might have made use of.  Instead, we invite students to schedule their next appointment at the conclusion of their current visit; therefore students should only have one outstanding appointment at any given time for any course.  Our students are generally fine with this, understanding that they can have access to regular weekly tutoring sessions—they just need to schedule one appointment at a time rather than all at once.

Bruce Epps
Director, Academic Success
Blackmore Library 205
Capital University
1 College and Main
Columbus, Ohio  43209-2394
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From: "Julie A. Hall" <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>>
Date: Tuesday, March 8, 2016 at 5:35 PM
Subject: reaccurring appointments

Can you weigh in for me on your history of allowing students to schedule weekly reoccurring appointments.
thank you in advance.

Julie A. Ha ll
Director, Academic Support Center
Disability Resource Officer
Aurora University
Office (630) 844-5454
Fax (630) 844-3688
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