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Profile of a Tutoring Session

  • Undergraduate and Graduate students will request an appointment by submitting a request form or contacting the Academic Program Coordinator (please see below).
  • The Academic Program Coordinator will fulfill the request by placing students in touch with an appropriate tutor.
  • The student is then responsible for reaching out to the tutor to schedule meeting times and decide on a meeting location (library, dining hall, etc.).
  • Students should strive to give at least two hours advance notice of cancellation to the tutor. Tutors will wait 10 minutes before declaring a scheduled appointment a no-show.
  • No student shall be permitted to schedule more than three appointments per week, and no more than once per day.

Requesting a Tutor

Students who are experiencing difficulty should first consult with the teacher or graduate assistant. If more assistance is required, students can request tutoring in one of the following:

1. Subject Areas

Students who need help with the subject matter of courses in Music Theory, Musicology, or a foreign language should request a tutor via the online form:

Subject Area Tutor Request Form

2. Writing

The Peabody Tutoring Center has a number of writing tutors available to provide peer-based assistance for undergraduate and graduate students for writing projects in Music Theory, Musicology, and Repertoire Studies classes. To make an appointment, please contact the Academic Program Coordinator (irobak@jhu.edu).