Peer tutors help you when you’re stuck and make sure you understand what you’re learning in class. Our walk-in policy allows for flexible scheduling so you can get help when you need it. Tutoring takes place in the library’s learning center and is available in multiple subjects.
Located just inside the campus library, WHCC’s Learning Center offers a variety of services specifically designed to suit your needs. Our NDC library also offers many of these services.
Our peer-to-peer tutoring services offer assistance in most subject areas and there’s no need to make an appointment - just drop-in during normal library business hours.
There’s no need to struggle when you want to improve your conversational English. Our conversational partners walk you through slang, phrases and more to help you learn the nuances of English.
Tutors are embedded in specific difficult courses to aid students learning inside the classroom. Additinally, these tutors have hours within the learning center so students with UpGrade attached to their courses, can see the tutors outside the classroom as well.
No time to stop by? No problem. NetTutor is a free online tutoring service for most subjects. Ask a live tutor, submit a paper for review, or drop off a question 24/7.
Stay on top of your coursework, even when you’re away. We offer a wide variety of online resources, including tutorial and UpGrade schedules, subject-specific self-paced tutorials, self-assessments, time management, study cards, study guides and more.
Our tutors carry a minimum of 3.0 GPA and receive training to become better tutors and educators. They participate in tutoring and learning assistance conferences alongside tutors and educators from other colleges and universities throughout California. We pride ourselves to deliver the best support with compassion and patience.
Interested in becoming a tutor?
- Willing to tutor all subject in which you received an "A"?
- Can you maintain a 3.0 GPA (3.5 preferred)?
- Are you outgoing, punctual and enthusiastic?
- Are you responsible, friendly, and patient?
- NetTutor - Free Online Tutoring
- Brainly- Online peer study + Introductory Video
- Practice Tests and Flashcards
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