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Peer Tutoring

Welcome to Tutoring Services

Peer Tutoring at SCC is designed so you can drop in without an appointment to receive FREE tutoring. Tutor schedules and locations are linked by subject below.

Faculty: if you'd like to recommend a student for a tutoring position, please use the Faculty Tutor Referrals form.

Hours vary by location and subject. Please check the tutoring calendars below for tutoring hours and locations, or call the main tutoring center at (509) 533-7322.

Accounting, Economics & Business Statistics American Sign Language CAD Computer B1
Computer B27 Math Math - High Demand Medical Billing & Coding
Nursing Philosophy Psychology & Sociology Sciences
Spanish Writing & English    

Online Tutoring at SCC

About Peer Tutoring

Peer tutors are fellow students who have successfully completed introductory and advanced coursework and are endorsed by faculty in various subjects and courses. Our tutors are SCC students, university students, and professionals from the community who must meet specific job requirements.

How can a peer tutor help me?

Whether you are looking for help on math homework questions or would like strategies for organizing an essay, peer tutors can help you. Here are just some of the topics peer tutors can help with:

  • Homework questions
  • Science labs
  • Understanding vocabulary and concepts
  • Study strategies
  • Writing a paper

Interested in becoming a peer tutor? To be considered, you must have:

  • A 3.5 or above in the subject for which you will be tutoring
  • A recommendation from the instructor you had for this class
  • An interview with the tutoring services manager or area lead

For more information:

E-mail: TutoringServices@scc.spokane.edu
Phone: (509) 533-7322
Location: Building 1, Rm. 106

Tutoring (photo)

In Building 1, located in the Center for Counseling and Tutoring Services, are 12 computers for student use with printing services. Each of these lab computers are loaded with Microsoft Office Professional (including Word, Access, Excel, and PowerPoint), as well as Internet access, and many tutorials and coursework applications. Tutors are available most hours we are open to assist students with computing related questions.

In Building 27, tutoring services are focused on math and science needs. Resources include a math lab and a computer lab.

Contact Us

Humanities/English/Social Science Tutoring Services

Building 1, Room 106
(509) 533-7322

Math Tutoring Services

Building 27, Room 108
(509) 533-7401

Science Tutoring Services

Building 27, Room 212
(509) 533-7073

SCC Colville Center

985 S. Elm St., Colville
(509) 279-6728 or (509) 685-2120, ext. 6782

SCC Inchelium Center

14 Community Center Loop, Inchelium
(509) 722-3702

SCC Ione Center

208 Blackwell, Suite 208, Ione
(509) 442-4290

SCC Newport Center

1204 W. Fifth St., Newport
(509) 447-3835

SCC Republic Center

63 N. Keller, Suite B, Republic
(509) 775-3675

Are you looking for a few quick tips on commas or semicolons? Or maybe you are not sure how to begin organizing a writing assignment? Tutoring Services offers this online Writing Toolkit for you to find answers to common questions regarding the writing process. If you need additional support, please visit Tutoring Services at Building 1-106, or make an appointment with an eTutor via eTutoring.org.

SCC provides access to online tutors through the Western eTutoring Consortium. Tutors are available during extended hours, on weekends, and many holidays. Please use the eTutoring button below to access the login page. If you are having trouble logging in, please call (509) 533-HELP (choose option #1 for Canvas Help).

Learn More About How eTutoring Works

Ask-a-Student is a free resource connecting you with real people who help you with your tutoring needs, and who can also help you navigate the college system.

Ask-a-Student connects you, in real time, with a tutor who is experienced, knows how to navigate the college system, knows the ropes, and who has overcome many of the same challenges you are facing as a student.

How can Ask-a-Student help?

If you are a CURRENT student, Ask-a-Student can:

  • Direct you to free tutoring in math, science, writing, humanities, language, eTutoring, and more.
  • Connect you to campus resources.
  • Provide you with the contact names and numbers of real people with real answers.
  • Help to answer many of your college questions.

If you are a FUTURE student, Ask-a-Student can show you how to:

  • Schedule online appointments to take the placement tests.
  • Login to the financial aid portal.
  • Purchase books and/or supplies for your classes.
  • Connect with an academic adviser to help you schedule your classes.

How to access Ask-a-Student?

  • Email us at TutoringServices@scc.spokane.edu
  • Call (509) 533-7322
  • Drop in to the Tutoring Services Center located at Spokane Community College (SCC) in the Main Bldg 1, room 106.