Everyone needs a little help from time to time. Tutorial Services provides a supportive learning environment to all students seeking academic support. We strive to help our students better prepare for classes and develop the skills necessary for a successful college career.

Why should you come for tutoring?

  • You can increase your independence as a learner
  • You can use your limited study time more effectively
  • Individual and group sessions are offered
  • Tutoring is free to RCCD students
  • You can receive up to three hours per week/per subject
  • Our tutors not only deliver content information, they motivate, coach, challenge and provide feedback to you.

Tutoring sessions are led by qualified tutors who received an “A” or “B” in the respective courses for which they choose to tutor. They reinforce specific course material emphasized by the professors and use their own successful student experiences to integrate what-to- learn with how-to-learn. All of our tutors come highly recommended by the College’s faculty members.

Subject areas offered for tutoring change each semester, but may include math, chemistry, history, psychology, physics, biology, anatomy and physiology, sociology, business administration, computer information, Spanish, French, and many more.

How To Obtain Tutoring Services

If you are in need of a tutor, please follow these simple steps to secure your appointment.

  1. Come into the Tutoring Services office to sign up, or visit our webpage: http://rcc.edu/student-support/tutorial-services.html.
  2. Make an appointment with a tutor through our online scheduling program – go to http://rcc.edu/student-support/tutorial-services.html, and click on “Schedule a tutoring appointment”.
  3. Contact Tutorial Services, at (951) 222-8170, if you need assistance finding an available tutor for your subject.
  4. Meet with your tutor at the start of your appointment time. We are located in MLK 232.

How To Become A Tutor
Tutors must have passed the class(es) they are tutoring in with at least a “B” grade or higher and:

  • Maintain a GPA of 2 .5 or higher each semester
  • Enjoy working with and helping others
  • Have a positive attitude and enjoy being part of a team Maintain enrollment in a minimum of 6 units if actively tutoring during the fall or spring terms
  • Maintain enrollment in a minimum of 3 units if actively tutoring during the summer or winter terms

Students interested in becoming employed as tutors are welcome to pick up an application at the Tutoring Center or call one of the offices for more information. Applications are continually being accepted.

Center Information (951) 222-8170