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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.


East Campus (L&LC East)


West Campus (Yosemite 235)


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:

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.

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.

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