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Last Updated: May 5, 2015 URL: http://libguides.mjc.edu/tutoring Print Guide
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Meet with a Tutor

Students are welcome to make an appointment or drop-in to see a tutor.  

Call or visit the Library & Learning Centers to schedule your appointment or drop in to see if a tutor is available.

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East Campus (L&LC East)

209-575-6346

West Campus (Yosemite 235)
209-575-6676

 

 

Workshops Calendar

There's no need for you to struggle on your own. Join us for one of our hands-on workshops. No need to sign up. Just show up at the time and location shown for the event and we'll work together.

 

Meet Our Tutors

Tutors Aretutoring

  • Here to help you be successful in your classes

  • Students who have earned a high B or A and have been recommended by their instructors for classes they tutor

  • Role models who help students understand course content, go over homework exercises, and prepare for tests and assignments

  • Students too, so they have flexible schedules to accommodate your needs

What Tutors Don't Do

  • Students' homework

  • Give the answers to problems without helping students discover them

  • Hold tutoring sessions outside the L & LC

  • Hold tutoring sessions for specific faculty members

Become a Tutor

If you're interested in becoming a tutor, please print and complete the application below:

 

Faculty Liaison

The Library & Learning Center works closely with many divisions and departments in the college through these faculty members:

Business, Behavioral & Social Sciences Eileen Kerr
First Year Experience Elizabeth David
Literature & Language Arts Bruce Anders
Math Heidi Meyer
Physical Education Sam Young
Science Joe Zermeno
Speech Kim Gyuran
 

Problem Solving Seminar

For those who want to strengthen their creativity and problem solving skills, who enjoy puzzles and who would like to see a different side of mathematics. This seminar is appropriate for students at or above the Math 90 (Algebra II) level.

See the full seminar schedule on the Workshops & Events calendar.

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