NEMCC students are afforded additional classroom assistance in the form of tutoring services. Students who are in our Career Technical Education programs are able to access high quality, professionally led tutoring offered in our Math and English labs located in Dean Hall.
NetTutor is a free-to-students, online tutoring service. The service can be accessed 24/7 through the student’s Canvas account. If assistance is needed on how to access this service, students are encouraged to consult with their instructors or speak with the Counseling Center.
Individual peer tutoring is available free to all NEMCC students. In order for students to receive peer tutoring, they need to be faculty-referred to the Counseling Center specifically for tutoring in the identified subjects/courses.* Faculty may submit the Referral for Peer Tutoring form directly to the Counseling Center or fill out for the student to submit. This process ensures that students have met with their instructors about the difficulty they are experiencing. This allows the instructors to advise students of all the resources available and of the students’ standing in their courses. The instructors are also able to direct students to resources they consider most promising for the students. Students can submit their Request for Tutoring packet application in person or electronically to the Counseling Center. Although every effort is made, a guarantee that a tutor will be available in each subject/course cannot be made.
*Please remember, for CTE students, the professionally staffed Math Lab and English Lab in Dean Hall are to be recommended prior to peer tutoring for English composition and math courses. The Writing Center in Cartwright Hall is available to all to assist with writing.
Likewise, students interested in being a tutor can apply in person at the Counseling Center by completing the Request to Tutor packet. To tutor, typically students must earn an “A” and/or receive recommendation from their instructors. Student tutors are paid by the hour for their services.
This three-pronged approach – (1) Math & English Labs, (2) 24/7 Online Tutoring, and (3) Individual Peer Tutoring – works to provide NEMCC students with the additional assistance to be very successful!
For Tutoring information, please contact us at the Counseling Center!
External Tutoring/Helpful Links
- English Composition
- Citation Styles (provides info. on electronic citations, as well as, MLA and APA guidelines)
- Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)
- Recognizing and Avoiding Plagiarism
- Writing APA Style Papers (provides guidelines and updates for writing your papers using the APA system)
English Literature & World Literature
MAT 0123 – Beginning Algebra
- More Math Tips
- Study Skills and Tips for Math
- Tips for Success in College Math
MAT 1313 – College Algebra
MAT 1323 – Trigonometry
Principles of Chemistry (CHE 1313) and Organic and Biochemistry Survey (CHE 1413)
General Chem (CHE 1213)
- UC Berkeley Video Chemistry Modules
- UC Irvine Open Chemistry Video Lectures
BIO 1114 and BIO 1124
Anatomy and Physiology
- 10 Tips for Academic Success
- 10 Ways to be Successful at NEMCC
- All About College.com
- Dictionary.com (an on-line source for many reference guides)
- Free On-line Dictionary of Computing Terms
- Merriam-Webster On-line (check out the word of the day)
- Reading Your Textbooks Effectively and Efficiently
- Study Guides and Strategies
- Study Skills Topic Page
- Tools for Studying and Learning