Get FREE one-on-one TUTORING! Open to all CPCC registered curriculum students. Our caring staff of tutors have earned an advanced degree in their area of expertise:
Q: Why is using CPCC’s Academic Learning Center (ALC) services better than using private tutors?
A: The ALC tutoring is a free service for enrolled CPCC students. All ALC tutors have earned academic degrees, and many possess years of classroom experience.
Q: Do I still have to get my instructor to sign the yellow referral slip before receiving service?
A: No, all referrals are now retrieved electronically. An email will be sent to the class instructor of record immediately after the first visit and the instructor must approve the email.
Q: Why am I encouraged to make appointments instead of just walking in?
A: The ALC has periods of much busyness, especially around major tests, mid-term and final exams, and essay deadlines. Appointments allow you to choose the most convenient times and guarantees a session without having to wait for others to be tutored.
Q: If I cannot come to Central Campus, what tutoring options do I have?
A: Some campuses recommend an appointment to be made beforehand. Please see the Hours of Operation page of our website for more information. We are currently offering Online Tutoring to a select number of online courses. Ask your instructor if your course qualifies.
Contact Lisa Davis at 704.330.6474 or visit www.cpcc.edu/academic_learning.
Are you a DMA student in a traditional, emporium, or online class? Do you want extra help with your math? S.O.S. Math can help! We offer Extended Math Labs, Tutoring Assistance, and a Supplemental Instruction Series. Events take place on Central, Levine, Cato and Merancas Campuses during both daytime and evening hours. For more information, visit: http://www.cpcc.edu/math/math-emporium/s.o.s.-math
The History Student Success Tutoring Center is here to serve the academic needs and dedicated to the academic success of history students at CPCC and is staffed by a CPCC History Instructor. Any history student who
needs individual assistance in addition to that which they are receiving in the classroom is welcome.
If you need help with:
- Making sense of all those dates, wars, and kings.
- Writing Assignments.
- Developing your research and analysis skills.
We’re here to help. Come by and see how we can help you succeed!
Cato Campus, Room 192
Mondays and Wednesdays, 9 a.m.-10:15 a.m.
Central Campus, Terrell Building, Room 301
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
Or By Appointment
(704)330.2722, ext. 3121
Office: Terrell 301
Are you taking a DMA Math Traditional, Online, or Emporium class? Need extra help? S.O.S. Math can help! We offer success seminars for new DMA students, extended math labs, a supplemental instruction series and help connecting with tutoring resources. Find out more at: http://www.cpcc.edu/math/math-emporium/s.o.s.-math.
UPCOMING EVENTS: DMA Success Seminar for NEW DMA students – this Friday, February 6, from 3-4 p.m. Register today at www.cpcc.edu/math
CPCC’s Academic Learning Centers provide tutoring support for:
- Natural Sciences
- Sentence Structure, Grammar, and Punctuation
- Essays, Term Papers, and Citations
Tutoring services are not just for students struggling with classwork, but it is also for students who want to stay ahead. We provide help with Study Skills, Time Management, and Test Anxiety. Visit our website for more details http://www.cpcc.edu/academic_learning or call us at 704.330.6474. Centers are located at Central, Cato, Levine and Merancas Campuses.
The following letter of appreciation was received from TRIO student, Cynthia Mitchell, in appreciation of her peer tutor, Jacquelyn St. Jacques Granger:
“I am so grateful for my tutoring sessions with Jacquie. She has helped me tremendously in math. She is also patient with me and explains things so can comprehend the concept. Jacquie is a great asset to TRiO, but you don’t need me to tell you that. Thank you again.”
TRiO-Student Support Services is an academic support program for first-generation and income eligible college students located on Central Campus. We are seeking volunteer peer tutors for English and Reading. We require a commitment of a minimum of 2 hours per week for the remainder of the fall semester. Applicants need to have earned a grade of A or B in English 111 and English 112 or 113, or 114. A volunteer application and TRiO-Student Support Services application are required. Interested students please contact: Sara Graham, Director, at 704.330.6532 or 704.330.6390.