Learning Assistance Program - LRC Tutoring

Computer or Quiet Study Area with Wi-Fi Available

Beginning, Tuesday, January 18, on-campus computer stations and quiet study spaces are available on the second and third floors of the LRC & Library building. No reservations needed. Face masks are required. Mon-Thurs 8am-5pm; Fri 8am-2pm. Headsets available for check-out. 

Spring Tutoring - Online

Beginning Tuesday, January 18 - February 4, we will be providing limited in-person tutoring (Math and Science only) Mon-Thurs 8am-5pm and Fridays 8am-2pm.

Saddleback Peer Tutors will be offering online tutoring for all subjects Mon-Thurs 8am-7pm and Fridays 8am-2pm. Our third party vendor, NetTutor, is available 24/7.

No appointments, ALL tutoring is drop-in. To access our tutoring services, you must register for the no cost, zero unit, TU 300 (does not show on transcripts).

Watch this quick video to learn more about the LRC Tutoring Center

Online tutoring will continue to be offered in two ways - Saddleback Peer Tutors and NetTutor. Live face-to-face tutoring, group tutoring, question drop off, and paper review are available. 

There are two ways to get online tutoring:

NetTutor
- Third Party Vendor
- 24/7 Availability
- 100+ subjects offered

Saddleback Peer Tutors
- Our own Tutors
- M-Th from 8am - 5pm; Fri 8am - 2pm
- Limited Subjects offered

Once registered for TU 300, online tutoring can be accessed through Canvas. Click here to be taken to Canvas

Step #1 - Sign-in to your Canvas account. Step #2 - Click on TU 300. Step #3 - Click on Saddleback Peer Tutors or NetTutor. 

Job Opportunities

The LRC Tutoring Center is always looking for qualified tutors and Online Student Mentors. Our hourly pay ranges from $14.50+ per hours, based on experience and education. Please click on the right hand menu for more information! Come join our team!

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. 

 

Student Help of the Week

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