You are using a browser that is no longer supported by Microsoft. Please upgrade your browser. The site may not present itself correctly if you continue browsing.
AUC's tutoring system
The AUC tutoring system is designed to establish and maintain an individual connection between each AUC student and a member of the AUC teaching staff serving as their tutor.
The role of tutors at AUC
Your tutor's responsibility is to advise you on the academic choices you have to make and on your integration into the AUC community. Your tutor might also be one of your teachers, but not necessarily. You will be assigned a tutor as soon as you are admitted to AUC and they will support you during your transition into the AUC community and in making the choices for your study programme in your first year.
Your tutor will assist you in choosing your courses for your second and third year as well, eventually leading to the capstone, and will pay special attention to ensuring your programme matches your future ambitions.
You will be able to discuss the breadth and depth of your major with them, get their advice on your selection of concentration, talk about how best to use your electives to enhance your studies (perhaps constructing a minor) and assess, for example, if the courses you have chosen will meet the requirements for the Master programme you want to follow after graduating from AUC.