19X Regular Tutor Request
PLEASE DOUBLE CHECK THAT YOU ARE FILLING IN THE RIGHT FORM. ALL FORMS CAN BE FOUND AT DARTGO.ORG/TUTORINGFORMS UNDER 'BECOME A TUTOR' OR 'REQUEST A TUTOR'.

Note to International Students:
International Students are subject to different rules regarding on-campus employment. Before accepting any employment be sure to review the rules and contact your OVIS advisor if you have any questions.
F-1 students, see: https://ovis-intl.dartmouth.edu/immigration/f-1-students/employment
J-1 students, see: https://ovis-intl.dartmouth.edu/immigration/j-1-students/employment

PAYMENT: Tutoring is free up to 3 hours per week, per tutee, per subject. For any hours above the limit, you will have to pay your tutor directly at the rate of $12/hour or $15/hr for Engineering tutors. Any more than three hours per week is by arrangement with your tutor and is paid for by the tutee. Please be in touch with the Tutor Clearinghouse if you go over this limit.

It is recommended that you do not request a tutor unless you intend to work with them on a regular basis. Tutors who are assigned to students who do not access their resources may cancel that match in order to work with students who are more eager to receive academic support.

If you have submitted a specific tutor request, you may be matched twice. Let us know if this happens. Also let us know if you want to cancel/deactivate on of these requests.
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This form is for one-on-one tutoring. Study groups are separate entities from this.

This form is designed for ONE tutor request. PLEASE submit individual requests for each course. PLEASE DO NOT send duplicate requests. Sending two requests for the same course will only delay the match process, not expedite it.

The goal of the Tutor Clearinghouse peer tutoring program is to help students learn course-specific information. Additionally, we want students to become pro-active, empowered, and accountable learners. Tutors are not meant to re-deliver lectures; it is their job to provide guidance and learning opportunities by sharing strategies appropriate to the course being studied as a means to help students learn the course material and prepare for tests and examinations. It is the obligation of the Tutor Clearinghouse staff to try to recruit a tutor for you if one is not immediately available. This, however, does not guarantee you will receive a tutor in a timely manner.

MATCH NOTIFICATION: You will be notified of a match via blitz if and when you are matched. If you do not receive a blitz, it means we have not yet found a tutor for you, but we are doing our best to find a tutor as soon as possible.

Full Name *
NOT YOUR NET ID. If you have a preferred nickname, include that in the comments section at the end of this form)
Your answer
Class Year *
NOTE: In order to request a tutor through the Tutor Clearinghouse, you must be an undergraduate student. If you are not an undergrad but would like to request a tutor, please e-mail us. We will try to accommodate you the best we can.
In which subject would you like to have a tutor? *
Untitled Title
Please select the course number for the course selected above. *
What is the LAST name of the professor teaching the course? *
Your answer
Which House do you belong to?
Are you currently on a Dartmouth varsity athletic team? *
If so, please select which team.
Are you Greek affiliated? If so, which house?
Your answer
Demographics
Responses to the following questions are used solely for the purpose of collecting demographic data at the end of the term and have no bearing on your request. This allows the Tutor Clearinghouse to identify any demographic(s) that are unable to utilize, or, are underutilizing our resources. In turn, this helps our outreach efforts to any demographic that may be unable to use our resources. Our overall goal is to be accessible to all students on campus. We appreciate your consideration in providing the appropriate information.
Please select your gender.
What is your ethnicity(ies)?
Are you affiliated with FYSEP?
Are you a military Veteran?
How did you hear about the Tutor Clearinghouse and its services? *
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Comments
***** Please DO NOT make requests for specific tutors here. To request a tutor you have found yourself, please exit this form and submit the specific tutor request form: dartgo.org/specifictutor
Your answer
Email Address *
Your official Dartmouth email.
Your answer
Peer Tutoring Participation Agreement
The College will pay for UP TO three hours of tutoring per week per course for any student matched with a tutor, regardless of financial aid status. Any time beyond that, YOU WILL HAVE TO PAY YOUR TUTOR DIRECTLY at the rate of $12/hour or $15/hr for Engineering tutors. We will notify you via blitz if/when you are matched. If you do not receive a blitz, it means we have not yet found a tutor for you, but we are doing our best to find a tutor as soon as possible.

By signing below, you understand that you are responsible for verifying any tutoring hours provided to you by a tutor. Any fraudulent claims of tutoring services received will be investigated and may be result in a referral to the Office of Undergraduate Judicial Affairs as a violation of the Dartmouth Community Standards of Conduct.

Contact your tutor within a week of your match. Attend your tutoring sessions ready to work. Always tell your tutor if you cannot meet or will be late. If your tutor does not show up for a session, wait fifteen minutes before leaving; if this happens more than twice, contact the Tutor Clearinghouse and Holly Potter. Clearly communicate with TC regarding any concerns or need for a re-match. Notify TC IMMEDIATELY if you no longer need a tutor.

To accept this agreement, please write your *Net ID* in the box below.

Please sign here with your Net ID *
The one that starts with a LETTER
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