Welcome to the Tutoring and Learning Center homepage. We provide both face to face and online tutoring services for Walla Walla Community College students. Our hours of operation are Monday-Friday, 9:00 am- 3:00 pm in room 244, D building. Additional online tutors and times can be found by accessing the link below.

Access: Online Tutoring is available via our WWCC Canvas page.  Go to the Online Tutoring Canvas course shell and click the blue “Join this Course” button.  Directions are available for setting up tutoring sessions once in the course.

Available Online Services: Live, synchronous tutors are available for all Writing, Science, and Math courses offered at WWCC.  Check the schedule in the Canvas course shell for tutor times and subject area availability.

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.

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:

  • Accessing WWCC online platforms, including Canvas
  • Study skills and habits
  • Access to computers and printing
  • 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
  • Assistance with technology and software including MyMathLab, calculators, and Mathematica
  • Help with mathematics at all levels
  • 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