Types of Tutoring & Workshops

Per the Governor’s instructions, the Learning Center staff have been asked to work remotely until at least April 30. You can still reach our staff by emailing the Learning Center team at [email protected]. Tutoring will still be available online!  Students should continue to schedule appointments with tutors using the MyWCOnline scheduling system.  

Whether you're looking for help with a specific assignment or an entire course, we're happy to help. Look through our tutoring and workshop offerings to find the fit that's best for you. 

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Embedded Tutoring (ET) and Supplemental In-Class Support (SIS) study sessions

Embedded tutors are members of your class who prepare study aids after each class. The study aids help summarize that day's lecture and are optimized fo different learning styles. Check with your Embedded Tutor for days, times, and location of your assigned class. If you cannot attend these sessions, there is regular tutoring available for your course at the Learning Center. You're also welcome to attend both! 

 Our tutors help students in a wide variety of courses including:

  • Biology
  • Business
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Computer Science
  • Electronic Media Communications
  • Health Sciences
  • Languages
  • Music
  • Math
  • Mechanical Technology
  • Physics
  • Physical Science
  • Social Sciences
  • Technologies

Stop by the Learning Center to see our comprehensive schedule of tutoring options.

How to Get Tutoring

Visit The Learning Center at Gordon Student Center, Suite G202 to get started.

Anyone using the Learning Center also agrees to:

  • Attend every class
  • Prepare for class and tutoring sessions
  • Prepare for your session by trying the work and getting your notes together
  • Arrive on time to meet with your tutor
  • Sign in and out at the front desk

We're eager to answer your questions. Don't be shy about asking questions; you're the reason we're here!

Study Skills Tutoring: read better, learn more. Be the best student you can be!
  • Are your notes working for you? Tips to improve.
  • Buried in textbooks? Tired of re-reading chapters? Learn to conquer them.
  • Want time to relax? Learn how to balance it all.
  • How's that memory working? Learn easy ways to improve it.
  • Are you ready? Great tips for tests.

The Learning Center is staffed with tutors who are trained to work with you to find ways for you to be a better student. 

The Center offers workshops throughout the semester. Topics include Lecture Notetaking, Improving Your Memory, Test Preparation and Test Anxiety. Check the Workshops & Study Groups page updated events.

Writing Skills Tutoring

The Learning Center works on the premise that writers develop over the entire human lifespan, and all writers, from beginners to practiced professionals, can benefit from conversation with and advice from other writers. We can help anyone in the college community who is interested in becoming a more skillful and confident writer. 

The Center is staffed by experienced writing tutors. We offer two types of writing help: in person, one-on-one tutoring and E tutoring. Our writing tutors can help you with any kind of written assignment. We can also help our ESOL students tackle their writing work.

One-on-One

One-on-One is the time-tested, tried-and-true approach in which one student meets with one tutor, usually for one hour at a time

E Tutoring

E tutoring gives students who can’t come to The Learning Center the chance to get feedback on their writing using an online platform.

Workshops & Study Groups

Workshops and study groups are free to attend.  Drop in or reserve your spot in advance on the Workshops and Study Groups schedule on WCOnline.

Current Study Groups

  • ESL Conversation GroupWednesday at 11:15-12:15 in Learning Center, Room H with Susan Savedoff  

Check this page often to see all new opportunities as they are announced!