Need additional help with classes? That's okay! Advocate for yourself by checking out the opportunities below! As additional opportunites are presented they will be posted. For high school classes, check with your teacher for specific tutoring availability both during and outside of (if applicable) their office hours.
- As an RCCC student, you have access to a course within Blackboard for free tutoring! Simply use the Meeting Spaces Online Tutoring Guide for Students linked at the top of the Tutoring Center page for step by step instructions on setting up a meeting with a tutor
- You also have access to limited free hours from tutor.com. To access this option you will log into Blackboard and then for most courses, it is found in Course Tools. Because these hours are limited, you are highly encouraged to use the RCCC tutors as your first stop
This platform offers tutoring and free classes in a variety of academic and leisure subjects. Some of the tutoring and class options may require a fee, but there are tons of free options to take advantage of. This resource is for both academic and personal enrichment; visit their page to see what they have to offer
Organized by Mr. Davis, peer tutoring provides you with an opportunity to have material broken down and explained to you by your peers. All sessions are provided during the school day in the mornings or during AL time. This program is highly recommended! Speak with or email Mr. Davis to inquire!
Did you know that RCCC offers workshops to help you develop better academic writing and research skills? Plagiarism, MLA citation/formatting, APA citation/formatting, and research methods are the featured topics for Spring 2022. Find out more and sign up for their virtual workshops today!
*Be sure to take advantage of your professor's office hours and supplemental materials/links they provide!