Academic Support Assistance Program (ASAP)
At this time ASAP is no longer accepting new tutor requests. If you would like to speak to us regarding other university resources or if you have a question about a current ongoing tutoring group, please contact us at ASAP@colorado.edu.
Thank you for your interest in ASAP tutoring this academic year and best wishes for a successful academic year.
ASAP will start assigning tutor requests for Fall Semester on August 26.
- Provides tutoring in specific courses and subject matter free-of-charge to students living in the residence halls
- Both drop-in and group sessions available
- Positively enhances the overall college experience
Who is Eligible for Tutoring
- Any student living in the residence halls
How to Sign Up for Tutoring
- Fill out a tutor request form (make sure to include all available times)
- Submit the form to any residence hall office or to the ASAP office located in Center for Community, room S380
- Processing can take up to two weeks (submitting the form to the ASAP office expediates the process)
- Additional information/questions: email@example.com or 303-735-3303
What Students Say About ASAP Tutoring
My tutor was always patient and made sure I understood the concept before moving on to another topic.
Thanks! I found the program very helpful and felt like it helped improve my grade!
Great program! I wish I would have jumped on it sooner!
Student Comments from 2009-10 tutor evaluations
Why Might My Request Go Unfulfilled?
- Some requests may not be filled if a student tutor can not be hired for that subject matter
- Or if you request individual tutoring. ASAP is only able to offer small group tutoring five students or less
Why Might I be Dropped From a Group
- A student is dropped from a group if he/she fails to provide 24 hour notice of absence and/or he/she does not show for the group 3 times
Tutor Eligbility and Evaluation
- Upper-division students
- Must have a 3.0 GPA in the subject matter
- Students evaluate tutors twice a semester
What Parents Should Know About Tutoring
While parents may think they are assisting their student in completing the tutor request forms, often their students have other plans about their needs. So before you sign up your student, consult with them and ensure that your student completes the tutoring forms.