Are you interested in becoming a tutor and would you like to take over this honorary post in your hall of residence?
Tutors are part of the self-administration in the halls of residence. The halls’ residents vote for their own self-administration. Thus, if you want to become a tutor, you have to introduce yourself to your fellow residents, run for the post and be elected.
As the election procedure can vary depending on your hall of residence, please get in touch with the self-administration of your hall of residence (preferably house representatives or resident tutors) for more information. The self-administration will be able to tell you exactly whether any posts are vacant, when posts will become vacant or need to be filled again.
You will find the contact details of your hall’s self-administration on notices/posters hung up in the entrance area of your hall of residence or your house. Perhaps you already got a small brochure of the self-administration with information about your hall of residence. Or simply visit a meeting or event organized by the tutors of your hall of residence and ask them directly - a good opportunity to get a taste of what it’s like to be a tutor (e.g. table football tournament, welcome evening, Sunday breakfast etc.).
Any more questions? Then please contact:
Coordination of the Resident Tutor Programme
phone: +49 89 38196-179