Subject Tutors are top-ranked students who must be recommended by faculty and are trained to tutor for specific classes. These specialized tutors have already taken and excelled in the classes you may need assistance with. Tutoring sessions are given individually or in small groups. For the most up to date schedule go to WCOnline where you can also make an appointment, or just drop in to the Learning Center located on the second floor of Clarke Hall.
Should you need additional help in setting up an appointment, stop by the Learning Center, Clarke 223, and a staff member can help you.
If the course you need help with is not listed on our schedule or if you need more information about Subect Tutoring call the Learning Center at 757.455.3122 or at email@example.com.
Our subject tutors are top-ranked students, recommended by faculty. Tutoring sessions are given individually or in small groups. Tutors and staff can also provide strategies for organizing planners, understanding syllabi, study skills, and time management. Appointments or walk-ins are always welcome.
- Classical Studies
- Computer Sciences
- Earth and Environmental Studies
- Latin, Spanish, French
- Political Studies
- Time Management
- Writing Studio
The Learning Center offers one-on-one writing support with professional tutors and highly trained peer tutors. Tutors can help students with a variety of writing, including essays for English courses, assignments for an upper level writing course, personal or creative writing, and personal statements for graduate school. Appointments can scheduled in advance using WCOnline. Walk-in appointments may also be available.
For more information about writing tutoring, contact Nancy Rechkemer by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.