A tutoring agreement documents the specifics of the relationship. At their first meeting, the mentor and mentors should set expectations for their relationship and agree on goals. Mentoring partners use the tutoring agreement model to document: Use this model to ensure understanding and agreement between the two parts of the tutoring relationship. It is useful not only to have a regular day and time for the tutoring session, but also to have a consistent format so that both parties know what to expect. Below is an example of a diary to accompany your time together. Both parties should reach an agreement before entering into a mentor/mentor relationship. This agreement defines the objectives of a tutoring relationship and sets limits. Research Code: 73609 Published: October 25, 2013 Last revision: August 17, 2018 This format is not prescriptive and you can come with your own structure to meet your goals and priorities.