HALC POLICIESStudents are NOT REQUIRED to make appointments for a tutoring session.
Students MUST BE willing to work in groups because we cannot guarantee one-on-one tutoring sessions.
Tutoring sessions MAY BE limited to one hour per session to ensure that all students receive the assistance they seek in a timely manner.
NO cellphones and/or any other electronic devices are permitted during tutoring sessions. UNLESS they are used for academic purposes.
NO eating and/or drinking are allowed in the HALC at all times.
NO excessive and/or loud talking is allowed
STUDENT GUIDELINES WHEN ACCESSING SERVICES AT HALC
Attending tutoring at HALC regularly can lead to students' academic success.
Students MUST come prepared to all tutoring sessions. This includes, but is not limited to completing all required reading, homework, and/or research assignments prior to attending a tutoring session.
Students can bring notes and/or drafts of assignments they are working on to receive the appropriate guidance from the respective tutor(s).
Students are encouraged to be active participants during tutoring sessions by asking questions and having succinct and clear ideas on the subject being tutored.
Tutoring is a supplementary service. It is not intended to replace your classroom teaching/lecture experience. It is necessary for students to attend ALL classes regularly to be better prepared for their tutoring sessions.
TUTOR GUIDELINES WHEN DELIVERING SERVICES AT HALCTutors WILL GUIDE students in the learning process.
Tutors WILL LISTEN to students' questions and concerns about the subject matter being studied in order to better understand the assignments and/or questions.
Tutors WILL NOT correct, proofread, fix or complete your assignments. They will help you to find and correct your own errors.
The Policies and Guidelines of the HALC have been reviewed and updated by its tutoring staff and leadership by unanimous consent on May 27, 2015.