Ask the tutor

Tutors are senior students who make their knowledge of university available to other students. They carry out many activities that meet the different needs of freshers, part-time students, students with disabilities and SLD, international students, attending students and much more.

Information tutors for enrolled students

The information tutors provide information on: enrolment; administrative procedures and deadlines; courses, exam sessions and teachers; disabled courses and methods of taking exams for students enrolled in courses of study that have been disabled; study plans (information on the timelines and editing plans), support in the compilation of the study plan.

Below is the You're next guide, which collects a range of information and useful tips for studying, shared with students during the welcome meetings "Freshmen from today". You can quickly access detailed information by clicking on the different boxes on the cover. Inside the guide, there are also numerous links (highlighted with an underlined text) to the specific web pages, where you can find further information.

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Open hours

To consult the open hours of the information tutors and reserve a place, click on the Campus / Department of your interest.

The service is active approximately from September to February.

N.B. Online tutoring desk: we recommend that you fill out the tutor desk reservation form in all its parts and indicate your matriculation number, email and mobile phone contact, so that the tutor can create a GMeet invitation.

Economics Campus

The service is intended for students enrolled in the Bachelor's and Master's Degree programmes on the Economic Campus.

The service A.y. 2020/2021 is concluded

Contacts

During the period in which the service is suspended, you can contact the Economics Campus for information: www.unive.it/economic-campus

Humanities Campus

The service is intended for students enrolled in the Bachelor's and Master's Degree programmes on the Humanities Campus.

The service A.y. 2020/2021 is concluded.

Contacts

During the period in which the service is suspended, you can contact the Humanities Campus for information: www.unive.it/humanstic-campus

Scientific Campus

The service is intended for students enrolled in the Bachelor's and Master's Degree programmes on the Scientific Campus.

The service A.y. 2020/2021 is concluded.

Contacts

During the period in which the service is suspended, you can contact the Scientific Campus for information: www.unive.it/scientific-campus.

Treviso Campus

The service is intended for students enrolled in the Bachelor's and Master's Degree programmes on the Treviso Campus.

The service A.y. 2020/2021 is concluded.

Contacts

During the period in which the service is suspended, you can contact the Treviso Campus for information: www.unive.it/treviso-campus

Department of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies

The service is intended for students enrolled in the Bachelor's and Master's Degree programmes belonging to the Department of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies. In the event that students' requests are beyond the tutor's expertise, they will be forwarded to the relevant departments.

The service A.y. 2020/2021 is concluded.

Contacts

During the period in which the service is suspended, you can contact the Department of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies for information: www.unive.it/linguistic-campus-dslcc

Department of Asian and Mediterranean African Studies

The service is intended for students enrolled in the Bachelor's and Master's Degree programmes belonging to the Department of Asian and Mediterranean African Studies. In the event that students' requests are beyond the tutor's expertise, they will be forwarded to the relevant departments.

The service A.y. 2020/2021 is concluded.

Contacts

During the period in which the service is suspended, you can contact the Department of Studies on Asia and Mediterranean Africa for information: www.unive.it/linguistic-campus-dsaam


Specialist and course tutors

To find out if a course provides supplementary teaching to support the study or if you need support for drafting your thesis, you can consult the websites of the individual Departments and Schools, where you can find the open hours for specialist tutors and information on what they do.

Online tutor

E-learning courses have their own space on the university Moodle platform: if there is an online tutor, it is indicated in the course space. You can contact the tutor online via e-mail, chat and/or forum. For more information, you can contact the Educational Programmes Office - Innovative Educational Unit

Tutor for disabled students and/or students with SLDs

These tutors are coordinated by the Disability Office and provide all the services required by students with disabilities and/or SLDs. To request tutor services or study support from a tutor, you can visit the Disability Services page where you can find all the information to contact the service directly, and you can learn about accessible routes, financial aid, and other services for students with disabilities and learning disabilities.

Last update: 07/04/2021