Location and Hours:

The Tutoring and Learning Center in Walla Walla is located in Building D, Room 244 and is open:

Fall Hours (September 23 – December 13)

  • MondayThursday: 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Friday: 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday: select staffing after 12:00 PM

On the Clarkston Campus, the Tutoring and Learning Center is located in the main building.

TLC Mission Statement:

Through providing high-quality peer tutoring in a welcoming space, the WWCC Tutoring and Learning Center (TLC) works to increase student success, efficacy, and self-advocacy.

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Who We Serve:

Tutoring services are available to all currently enrolled WWCC students, free of charge. Tutors provide support in the fields of mathematics, science, writing, and study skills. A vital part of a strong learning community, peer tutors undergo training and professional development in order to provide accessible and accommodating tutoring to fit diverse learning styles and strengths. Tutoring is available on a drop-in basis for all content areas.

The TLC can be a great place to meet with groups to study or work on group projects together. Additionally, the TLC provides access to computers on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Services we provide include the following:

General
  • Accessing WWCC online platforms, including Canvas
  • Study skills and habits
  • Access to computers and printing
Writing
  • Help with writing assignments across multiple disciplines and content areas
  • Help with other professional writing tasks, such as cover letters or resumes
  • Assistance with word processing, document formatting, and citations
  • Help with writing and reading in English as a foreign language
Mathematics
  • Assistance with technology and software including MyMathLab, calculators, and Mathematica
  • Help with mathematics at all levels
Science
  • Help with questions about science homework and course content
  • Resources such as
    • Microscopes and models for Anatomy and Physiology courses
    • Human anatomy atlases
    • Chemical model kits
    • Physiology experiment kits

Contact Us:

Matt Stacey – TLC Coordinator
Chris Mau – Clarkston Lead