Listed below are frequently asked questions about the Tutoring Center. Have a question related to tutoring that isn't answered below? Please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Where are the Tutoring Centers located?
The Tutoring Centers are located in Lynn in room LE-232, and in Danvers, room DB-244 (in the Library) in the Berry Building.
What does tutoring cost?
Tutoring is free to NSCC students registered for at least one class.
Who are the tutors?
Professional and Peer Tutors staff our Tutoring Centers.
In what subjects can I get tutoring?
Subjects tutored include but are not limited to Math, Science, Business and Writing. Organizational and study skill assistance and pointers are also available. Check with the Centers to see if they can help you in any subject area.
Do I need an appointment?
Yes, usually. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need help scheduling an appointment or have questions. You can also submit a request here.
What should I bring?
Students should bring assignments, syllabi, tests/quizzes, notebooks and texts when they come.
Are there study groups?
Study groups often develop at the Tutoring Centers and if students are interested in forming a study group, then the tutor coordinators will assist in the process. Also, we regularly sponsor Science study groups and English Language conversation groups. Watch Navigate for information, or email email@example.com to join.
What if I need accommodations in using the computer?
The Assistive Lab has software applications and equipment for students with disabilities.
How does one become a Peer Tutor?
Get details about applying by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our peer tutor training program has been certified by CRLA.
Danvers Tutoring Center
Room: DB-244 (in the Library)
Lynn Tutoring Center