Tutoring Center

COVID-19 Update: The LRC Tutoring Center is fully online. No in-person tutoring will be available. Online tutoring is NOW available through NetTutor. 

 

To access NetTutor:

1.  From the Saddleback homepage, sign-in to your Canvas account.

2. Click on TU 300 (you must be registered for TU 300)

3. Click on the NetTutor link

If you need further support, please contact asarvi@saddleback.edu and click here for a NetTutor step-by-step guide. 

For over 20 years, NetTutor has offered live tutoring on-demand (synchronous), question drop-off, and writing feedback (paper review). Questions and papers left for review will be returned as soon as possible. Tutors are subject matter experts trained in how to translate tutoring best practices and learning strategies to support students online, one student at a time. 

The following subjects are offered through NetTutor (over 100):

Mathematics:

  • Basic Math

  • College Algebra

  • Beginning Algebra

  • Intermediate Algebra

  • Applied Calculus

  • Trigonometry

  • Pre‐Calculus

  • Single‐Variable Calculus

  • Multivariable Calculus

  • Differential Equations

  • Advanced Math Topics

  • Beginning Statistics

  • Intermediate Statistics

  • Advanced Statistics

  • Mathematics for Teachers

Sciences:

  • Physics

  • Classical Mechanics

  • Classical Electromagnetism

  • Optics

  • Nuclear Physics

  • Quantum Mechanics

  • Acoustics

  • General Relativity

  • Biology

  • General Biology

  • Biochemistry

  • Molecular & Cell Biology

  • Microbiology

  • Human Anatomy & Physiology

  • Genetics

  • Zoology

  • Botany

  • Ecology

  • Evolution

  • Chemistry

 

 

  • General Chemistry I, II

  • Organic Chemistry I, II

  • Inorganic Chemistry

  • Physical Chemistry

  • Analytical Chemistry

  • Earth Science

  • Geology

  • Environmental Science

  • Astronomy

 

 

English, Reading, and Writing:

  • Composition I, II

  • American Literature

  • British Literature

  • World Literature

 

  • Fiction

  • Creative Nonfiction

  • Nonfiction Writing

  • Creative Writing

 

  • Poetry

  • Technical Writing

  • Reading

 

 

World Languages and Social Sciences:

  • Spanish

  • German

  • Anthropology

  • Introduction to Criminal Justice

  • Criminal Law

 

  • French

  • US Government

  • Introduction to Sociology

  • Ethics in Criminal Justice

  • Criminal Investigation

 

  • Italian

  • World History

  • Introduction to Psychology

  • Criminology

  • Law

 

Humanities and Communications:

  • Music Theory

  • Communications

  • World Literature

  • Music History

  • Introduction to Philosophy

  • American Literature

  • General Humanities

  • Introduction to Literature

  • British Literature

Accounting, Finance, Economics, and Business:

  • Accounting
  • Principles of Financial Accounting

  • Intermediate Accounting I, II, III

  • Advanced Accounting

  • Governmental Accounting

  • Principles of Managerial Accounting

  • Cost Accounting I, II

  • Audit I, II

 

  • Internal Audit
  • Taxation

  • Tax I (Personal)

  • Tax II (Business/Corporate)

  • Business Law

  • Law and the Accountant

  • Economics

  • Principles of Microeconomics

 

 

  • Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Principles of Finance

  • Management

  • Principles of Management

  • Marketing

  • Principles of Marketing

  • Information Systems

  • Principles of Information Systems

 

 

Allied Health and Nursing:

  • Human Anatomy & Physiology I, II

  • Medical Terminology

  • Principles of Nutrition

  • Newborn & Neonatal Intensive Care

  • Hospice Care

 

  • Dosage and Calculations

  • Fundamentals of Nursing

  • Critical Care Nursing

  • Introduction to Pharmacology

  • Pathophysiology

 

  • Maternal/Fetal Nursing

  • Psychiatric Nursing

  • Oncology

  • Medical‐Surgical Nursing

 

 

Computer Science and Information Technology:

  • C, C#, C++

  • Computer Modeling Database

  • HTML

  • JavaScript

  • Microsoft Access

  • Microsoft PowerPoint

  • Microsoft Word

  • Microsoft Frontpage

  • Microsoft Outlook

  • SQL

  • Visual Basic

  • Windows NT

  • Windows Vista, 7, 8, 10

  • Mac OSX

  • Computer Basics

  • Desktop Publishing

  • Information Systems

  • Oracle Database

  • Microsoft Excel

  • Microsoft Project

  • Networking

  • Perl Programming

  • TCP/IP Unix

  • Website Development

  • Information Systems

  • Principles of Information Systems

  • Linux

First Year Experience and College Student Success:

  • Developing Good Study Habits
  • Time Management

  • Test Preparation

 

 

 

  • Effective Use of Class and School Resources

  • Navigating Learning Management System

  • Basic Technology Assistance

 

 

  • Coping With Stress and Test Anxiety
  • How to Stay Focused on Academic Goals

 

 

 

Welcome to the LRC Tutoring Center

The mission of tutoring at the LRC Tutoring Center is to empower students to become more independent thinkers, writers, readers, and learners through Socratic tutoring principles. The purpose of the tutoring session is to improve the learner’s repertoire of skills and knowledge by offering strategies and tips, modeling effective skills and habits, and providing resources and support. This mission fosters student learning, retention, success, and persistence in the attainment of academic degrees, certificates, transfers, and life-long learning.

The LRC Tutoring Center offers the following services: one-on-one, drop-in, and group tutoring; online tutoring; Embedded Tutoring (ET); PASS; Directed Learning Activities (DLAs); Chemistry Modules; and ESL conversation and grammar workshops.

 

SUMMER 2020

The Tutoring Center in LRC 212 provides free tutoring for Saddleback College students

Students Using Tutoring Services Tutoring Center in LRC 212Register for TU 300, a free no-unit course

 

SUMMER - May 26, 2020 - August 7, 2020

Monday - Thursday:  8:00AM to 6PM

Closed:  Fridays, weekends and holidays
 

We have tutors who can help with paper writing, math, science, foreign language, ESL, and many more subjects. 

 

 

 

 

We are now a CRLA ITTPC Certified Tutoring Center

Ask us more about it!

 


Tutoring Success by the Numbers

 

Recent data found that students* who completed 6 or more hours of tutoring during a semester had higher rates of success, retention, and persistence. Additionally, students who entered a semester on academic probation (below a  2.0 GPA) and completed 6 or more hours of tutoring, were more likely to end the same semester with above a 2.0 GPA. 
 

*Metrics: Student had 6 or more positive attendance hours and has one of the three educational goals: Obtain an AA/AS degree and transfer to a four year, transfer to a four year institution without AA/AS, or four year college student taking courses to meet four year requirements. 


 

 

Questions or concerns call (949) 582-4519 or email us at sctutoring@saddleback.edu