Tutoring

COVID-19 Service Alert:

The Center for Advising and Academic Support (CAAS) will remain available to students virtually via Google Meet, email and phone throughout the extended spring break and while the college is providing instruction remotely.  Writing tutoring, subject area tutoring, and Supplemental Instruction (SI) will be available online via Google Meet starting April 6, 2020.  

To receive tutoring in the courses listed below, you must click on the calendar AND make an appointment.  A link to the Google Meets will then be in your google calendar event or emailed to you.

Tutoring Policy:

One-on-one peer tutoring is available at no additional cost in most 100 and 200 level courses. For 300 level courses, tutoring will be considered on a case by case basis after completing the tutor request form and consulting with an Academic Enrichment Specialist, Nayeli Trujillo (lazaro2) or Tara Hupton (hupton1) OR a Disability and Access Specialist, Joe Young (young9) or Laura Knobel- Piehl (knobel)

Tutoring is provided in consultation with faculty. It is not designed to help students with specific homework assignments, but rather to enhance their overall learning and understanding of course material. 

To access tutoring, students must:

  • Attend departmental help OR at least one SI session per week (if available) unless there are extenuating circumstances
  • Consistently attend classes, unless there are extenuating circumstances

Other Helpful Resources:

  • Academic Coaching Read
  • Academic Speaking Support - Resources for Students Read
  • CAAS Workshops Read
  • SI Leaders and Session Schedule Read
  • Writing Tips - By Subject Read

Questions? Contact: