Gear up for the last few weeks of Spring 2014
FREE learning assistance for registered Saddleback College Students include the following:
- Individual and drop-in tutoring in Math, English, ESL, Natural Sciences, and other subject areas.
- Study groups and exam review sessions for specific classes upon request.
- Computer-based learning in the Skills Lab in
- Workshops on discipline specific or study skills techniques.
Spring 2014 - To receive FREE tutoring, please REGISTER for Tutoring 300 - Ticket #22145 ((Math/Science), Ticket #22170 (English/ESL/Social Sciences/Liberal Arts), and Ticket #22190 (Student Athletes) via MySite. Enroll NOW!!!
Spring 2014 – Free Tutoring (LRC 212)
Hours of Operation
Monday – Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Closed Saturdays, Sundays, and College Holidays
May 17th - Saturday Tutoring from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Food will be provided.
May 21st - last day of tutoring for Spring 2014.
Success Workshops for Students - For tips on how to become a successful student and/or to improve your study skills, please join us for these FREE workshops. For additional information, call 949.582.4519.
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Appointments: Students can make individual appointments to work one-on-one with a tutor in the areas of English, ESL, and other select subjects. Appointments can be made, rescheduled, or canceled in person at the front desk of LRC 212 or over the phone at (949) 582-4519. Each session will be scheduled for a time limit of 30 minutes per day or based upon the availability of the tutor.
Drop-in Tutoring: for immediate assistance in Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, and other areas, just drop by LRC 212 during its regular business hours. Limited drop-in tutoring is available for English and ESL.
Group Tutoring: for study groups and exam review sessions, please make an appointment at the LRC front desk in LRC 212. For additional information, call (949) 582-4519 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Skills Lab Computer Center: This lab offers Saddleback College students the opportunity to use software specific to course assignments, explore learning through the internet, and strengthen their knowledge of technology by learning more about Blackboard, MySite, and how to be successful in online classes. The Skills Lab Computer Center is located in LRC 258 (next to the Language Lab). For additional information, please call (949) 582-4441.