The Washington State Community College Tutoring Program offers free individual and group tutoring to students in all subjects. Students having difficulty with course work are encouraged to stop by the Center for Student Success as early in the term as possible for information about tutoring and other academic support services. Students can print out the Application to Receive Tutoring, complete it and return it to the Center for Student Success.
How to Get a Tutor
Or stop by the Center for Student Success, Monday-Thursday 8:00 to 7:00, and Friday 8:00 to 4:30 and pick up an application.
If you find that you work really well with some of your classmates, you can all sign up for group tutoring sessions. Contact the academic coordinator for more information.
Becoming a Tutor
We are continuously searching for individuals to work as program tutors. The program employs WSCC students, graduates, and instructors as well as individuals from outside the institution.
Interested students must have a cumulative college grade point average of 2.75 and a "B" or higher in the course(s) to be tutored, or provide evidence of proficiency (i.e. completion of a higher level course in the subject).
Tutor pay level is dependent upon credentials and experience with the program; a list of established employment levels and corresponding hourly pay rates are available upon request.
Potential tutors can print the Application to Be a Tutor, complete it and return it to the Learning Center. Click on the link for the Application to Continue Tutoring. For Individual Tutor Logs or Group Tutor Logs click the link.