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Tutoring Services: Online Tutoring: Students

NetTutor is an Online Tutoring service providing 24/7 tutoring support in most courses for MATC students.

Welcome to NetTutor!

Note: You may need to do a Ctrl-F5 (hard refresh) or clear your browser cache or Chrome history to work with NetTutor this semester.

We encourage students to find MATC tutors before using NetTutor. We also discourage students from relying solely upon NetTutor for assistance, as NetTutor is only free for the first 12 hours of use. MATC tutoring is always free.

NetTutor is easy to find and use!

To use NetTutor:

  1. Log into a computer.
  2. Log into myMATC .
  3. Click the “Students” menu, then click “NetTutor” on the left side under the Student Quick Links. (You will then be redirected to NetTutor’s website.)
  4. Choose the class you would like tutoring in.
  5. Select whether you’d like to have a 1-on-1 session with a tutor, drop off a question, submit a paper, or review your prior sessions with NetTutor.
  6. Make sure you log out of NetTutor when you are done, so that the clock doesn't keep counting down the free minutes you have!

The video below briefly shows you how to use NetTutor.

If you have any technical issues, contact NetTutor through the online button located on the screen where you select your tutoring option or call NetTutor at 1-813-674-0660, ext. 204.

To participate in live one-to-one online tutoring, check the NetTutor schedules.

Frequently Asked Questions

For help with using NetTutor, please reach out to an Academic Support Center at your campus. They will be able to help answer some questions about NetTutor or direct you to where you can find the answer. 

Best practices

Other helpful videos

Face-to-face tutoring

Tutoring Services at MATC still offers in-person tutoring.

These links belong to MATC Tutoring Services and Academic Support and have no affiliation with NetTutor.