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Tutoring Services: Types of Tutoring: Services

Our purpose is to help you succeed academically. You choose which way is best for you!

opening quotes (Nursing tutor) Ally always goes over all of the content if asked and is open to any questions you have.
She doesn’t make you feel uncomfortable. Her attitude is always upbeat and she is accommodating with her time.
She wants to know what your instructor talks about so she can try and help focus.
She takes her time and never rushes you. I couldn’t ask for a better tutor. closing quotes
Monique, student

Free services available

We tutor students enrolled in 100-, 200- and 300-level college courses for free.

type of tutoring attendance required attendance optional official start time no official start time
Walk-In Tutoring  

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Supplemental Instruction  

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Structured Learning Assistance

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Online Tutoring  

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In-Class Tutoring  

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Walk-In Tutoring: This is ideal for the student who occasionally wants to "drop in." Times and subjects tutored vary.

Supplemental Instruction (SI), also called Group Tutoring: Believe it or not, most people learn best in small groups! We offer Supplemental Instruction sessions that meet several times each week, with optional attendance.

Structured Learning Assistance (SLA), also called Embedded Tutoring: Students can get valuable help with assignments and studying by taking classes with assigned tutoring sessions. 

Online Tutoring: Can't get to campus for tutoring? Try one of these services via the Internet.

In-Class Tutoring: This is exactly what it sounds like — tutoring that takes place in the classroom, during designated lab times.

Meet the man in charge!

Roger PlathRoger Plath, District Manager of Tutoring Services and Academic Support

Hours

Tutoring Services (in C201) is open from 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 7:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday for spring semester.