I have required my introductory statistics students to meet with tutors in the student success center as part of course requirements for the past three academic years. However, without accountability, very few attend. To this end, I designed a passport for students that needed to be signed by the tutor with time logged as well as weekly comments that reflected their experience with course content. Students were required to spend at least 6 hours in tutoring during the semester with at least two hours completed during each third of the semester to avoid students using the 6 hours of required tutoring during the last week of the semester. In addition to a significant increase in the number of hours spent in tutoring, more importantly, there was a significant increase in final exam scores by more than half a letter grade from Spring ’16 (M=79.5%, SD=16.1) to Fall ’16 (M=86.2%, SD=16.5) t(100)=2.10, p<.05, d=.42. Even more impressive, students were able to accomplish this even though the final exam in the fall included 20% more content than the final exam in the spring. Passport example and template are attached.