Until recently, the only way CCG students could obtain tutoring support through Columbia College was through through an outsourced online tutoring system. That’s all changed with the expansion of the Academic Achievement Center (AAC) to offer support to all students, regardless of location.
Staff members at the AAC’s Ether L. Bruce Math Center and Elizabeth Toomey Seabrook Writing Center and Tutoring Services have nearly 120 combined years of experience teaching and tutoring at Columbia College, and includes former directors of both the Writing Center and Math Center, who are continuing part-time because they love working with students.
Tutors can help with content and study skills in a variety of subjects, including math and the sciences. They can also assist in developing your problem-solving skills, improving your writing, and better understanding texts, concepts, and assignments. Tutors can also support you in developing good study habits as you prepare for quizzes and exams.
“We’re here, let us help you!,” says Tahna Long, Academic Achievement Center Coordinator in the Seabrook Writing Center and Tutoring Services office. Assistance is available on a drop-in basis or by appointment for students on main campus in Williams Hall, or virtually via Zoom.
Looking for tutoring help? Schedule a session via the Appointment Scheduler (Aviso) in CougarTrack under the CC Links section. If you have any trouble making an appointment, please contact us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling (573) 875-7616.