Two tutoring progams
The LAC has two tutoring programs: General Education (Transfer) and Career and Technical Education (Vocational) Tutoring. To determine which program you belong in, check this list of vocational majors; in order to qualify for Career and Technical Education tutoring, you must first have declared a major from this list.
NOTE: Tutoring in the LAC is offered on a group, walk-in basis. Tutors are not available during all open hours. Please check the schedules to find out when tutors are available for each subject.
To receive tutoring, PCC students must click-enroll in Civic 3031 (Supervised Tutoring) at the front desk of the LAC. There is no cost, and no credits or grades are issued. Also, students need to obtain their teacher's signature on a referral form and submit it to the LAC.
Rie Takata is the recipient of our Special Recognition Award!
Rie has provided exceptional service as a tutor in the Learning Assistance Center since 2006. Her talent, versatility, and willingness to jump in and help during busy times is greatly appreciated, and we have received many compliments regarding her excellent service. Rie tutors English, math, and Japanese. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from UCLA and returned to PCC to take classes in medicine, EMT training, and medical illustration. She plans to earn a PhD in Biology and go into research. Ms. Takata is a gifted artist, and in her free time she enjoys sketching, websurfing, and watching British dramas.
Tutoring Referral Form (PDF)
For current tutoring schedules, click one of the links below.
NOTE: Students must be currently enrolled at PCC in the course they are receiving tutoring for (except in the case of English--students may review papers they have written for other courses with an English tutor).
All students are required to scan in and out with their Lancer Card at the front desk whenever they receive tutoring assistance.
Please observe LAC policies during tutoring sessions:
We appreciate your cooperation.
Check out our list of tips for how to best utilize tutoring services at PCC.
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Revised December 13, 2012 by email@example.com