At AACC, we are committed to your success, which is why we offer a wealth of tutoring and related support services for you. We encourage you to take advantage of the full-time tutoring faculty, adjuncts, peer tutors, study groups, computer labs and online support at your disposal that can help you master the basics as well as increasingly complex coursework.
If you need some quiet space to concentrate, or if you prefer to work with a group, there are rooms in the library and throughout the Arnold campus to team up with classmates. While some tutoring options offer general guidance, others are intended for specific areas of study, such as math, English, reading and science. Don’t forget to meet with your instructor on a regular basis, connect with an advisor and/or take advantage of one of our many tutoring options.
Bottom line, if you want a head start in your studies or if you are struggling in a specific course, the sooner you tap into these resources, the faster we can get you back on track and help you stay there.
The Academic Literacies Lab can help you understand more of what you read and so much more. Our tutors will:
Follow the instructions below on how to enroll in the online Academic Literacies Lab and request a virtual tutoring session.
Note: This will only work through Google Chrome or Firefox.
Students in BPA 201 and BPA 202 can receive tutoring assistance by requesting a peer tutor to work one-on-one online. Please use the orange "Request a Tutor" button to request a peer tutor.
All in-person tutoring activities in the CALT 204 Computer Technology Lab are suspended through the end of the term. There is a possibility of faculty-led onlne tutoring sessions, but those are not yet in place. Stay tuned to this site for future developments!
Engineering Technology students can receive tutoring from Engineering department faculty members and tutors each Tuesday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Center for Applied Learning and Technology Room 350. Extra help in electronics engineering technology, mechatronics and lower level math also are available from the EET/Mechatronics Tutoring Lab.
Students can initiate a remote, real-time session with the Writing Center faculty by filling out a Request for Writing Center Assistance form. Available hours are Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m.-8 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; and Saturday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Students participating in the Student Achievement and Success Program can receive faculty-led tutoring in English at the SASP lab in Truxal Library Room 104.
Students enrolled in legal studies courses can receive virtual tutoring assistance through email with Professor Sims (email@example.com). Professor Sims will review the work and email comments back to the students. Please allow 24 hours for responses.
Students can receive math assistance through the Virtual Math Tutoring Center (VMTC) in Canvas.
Follow the instructions below on how to enroll in the Virtual Math Tutoring Center.
Students enrolled in science classes can benefit from a variety of tutoring opportunities.
Science Tutoring Center
Face-to-face faculty tutoring is offered by the School of Science, Technology and Education, located in Dragun Science Building Room 5. For specific days, times and subjects for the current term, refer to this Science Tutoring Center schedule.
Study sessions are led by student leaders trained in this internationally recognized program and offered through the School of Science and Technology. Refer to the Supplemental Instruction page for information and a schedule for the current term.
Monday and Wednesday from 10:50-11:20 a.m. in AMIL 411 with Professor White
Monday and Wednesday from 2:20-2:50 p.m. in FLRS 229 with Professor Saunders
Refer to the CHE_TUTORING group in CANVAS for details