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Tutoring is a free service to our students. Tutors at the College Center have knowledge in specific subjects and will act as a learning resource for you. Your tutor will help you review and study what you've learned in class. You and your tutor will set up times that work for your schedules and create tutoring sessions that meet your learning needs.

We are also seeking students who would like to become tutors. If you have an above average grade in a specific course and would like to help others learn, then you may qualify. Our tutors are paid and set their own hours with individual students or study groups.




The Writers' Clinic is a FREE service designed to help students with their written assignments.  Help is available to provide suggestions in the following areas:

Writing Anxiety

Topic Selection

Paragraph Development

Introductions and Conclusions

Grammar, Mechanics, and Punctuation

Writing Styles and Formats

Students can take advantage of this free service by

  • Bringing two copies of your typed, double-spaced draft.
  • Bringing assignment sheet and/or information.

The Writers' Clinic is offered during the fall and spring semesters.



Transitional English and Prescriptive or Individualized Math

These classes are designed to help students improve their English, writing, reading, math and study skills. Students are instructed on an individualized basis within small class groups.

The Transitional English and Prescriptive Math classes also prepare students for other courses and help students achieve success in college or on the job.

To enroll in any Transitional English, Prescriptive Math or Individualized Math class, students should visit with the advisor or class instructor or stop by the Student Services Office.


Contact Jim Scholten, Student Support Specialist at the College Center at (402) 241-6410 or email for more information.