Drop in Tutoring has worked very well for us because we developed a good reputation. Every student here knows of me even if they never have come to me for help. You need at least one tutor that can get you that reputation by being a know it all and very open to and caring about students. A professional tutor may be the best fit for that. Noelle Call wrote: > > Hello from Utah, > We are trying to improve our tutoring services to meet the needs of more > diverse students on campus. I coordinate with the Multicultural Student > Services Office their students needs regarding tutoring. What appears to be > a problem, is that students then do not use the tutor. Has anyone else had > this problem and if so, do you have any suggestions of ways to increase use > of the drop-in tutoring services? > Thank you for your help. -- Craig Andres Tutor Program Coordinator [log in to unmask] (810)-762-9642 Kettering University (Continuing the GMI heritage) "With willing hands and open minds, the future will be greater than the most fantastic story you can write.." Charles Kettering.