The college has an array of free tutoring services available to assist all students.
Tutoring in the summer may be slightly limited, but assistance is still available. You simply need to ask!
- In Batavia, go to the Tutoring Center (D207) and talk to the staff there about getting help.
- At a campus center, talk to the staff in the office about what kind of help you may need and they will help find you a tutor.
- Online, check the online tutoring options that will be listed.
Summer sessions fly by, so check for assistance the moment you think you might need help. In fact, if you’re taking a subject that you know you will need help with, schedule that first tutoring appointment now, before summer classes even start!
Some online courses will require you to take proctored tests. Check your syllabus carefully for testing requirements, and ask questions of your instructor.
Ask those questions now, if you are at a distance from Genesee and will need to make special arrangements for proctored testing.
In Batavia and at the Campus Centers, hours are set up for proctored testing. Information on testing hours is on the college web site and updated regularly. Be aware that you need proper identification to take a test.
Also, plan your time properly. You need to be finished with your test by the time the location closes. The staff will not be allowed to let you stay beyond the scheduled closing time.
Another good idea is to call ahead, especially to campus centers, to confirm the testing hours.