Virtual Tutoring Services Available Beginning March 30

If you have used our walk-in tutoring labs in the past, you will be pleased to know that these services are now going virtual and our faculty tutors are prepared and looking forward to serving you in the upcoming days.Transitioning from face-to-face classes to online, remote classes can be challenging, so we would like to encourage you to tap into these services so we can provide you with the added support you may need to help get you to the spring semester finish line successfully. 

Virtual tutoring services will begin Monday, March 30. Hours will be 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Monday-Thursday. If you are not available to meet with a tutor during those hours, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate you.

Services will cover:

  • Accounting/business
  • Computer and technology
  • Life sciences
  • Match
  • Writing

 If you need help in other subject areas, please let us know.  

Here is how virtual tutoring services will work:

  • Email success@NorthwestState.edu and let us know the subject area you need assistance with. Your email will then be directed to a tutor who can assist you.
  • The tutor will contact you by email to see when you are available and will then send you an invitation to join them for a virtual tutoring session. Please keep a close eye on your emails while you are awaiting your tutor’s response.
  • If you are in need of writing assistance, we ask that you attach the paper that you would like the tutor to review with your initial email so we can forward it to the tutor right away. If you would like to meet with the writing tutor,  please let us know that, otherwise, the tutor will review your paper and return it to you with their embedded comments and feedback. 

eTutoring Also Available

This online  offers tutoring assistance in several different subject areas including: 

  • Writing
  • Math
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Biology
  • Anatomy & physiology,
  • Computer sciences

Login to etutoring here.

Questions?
Contact Cherie Rix, success center coordinator, at crix@NorthweStstate.edu.

We hope you find these resources helpful! As always, we are pleased to serve you and wish you much success as you continue your journey with us here at NSCC. Our goal is your success!