Tutoring Center

SSS partners with Tutor.com to provide 24/7 online tutorial assistance for online and face-to-face courses. 

Tutor.com's additional support complements the SSS campus-based tutoring center; both services are designed to assist you with academic success and persistence.

Upon joining SSS, students will receive an email from Tutor.com providing login and password information.

Schedule tutoring

When to see a tutor

  • You feel you are beginning to fall behind
  • You want to discuss concepts and ideas
  • You need help with homework
  • You need to study for a quiz or test
  • You want to improve your study skills and habits


What to bring to a session

  • Textbooks
  • Notes
  • Past quizzes or tests
  • Class syllabus
  • Homework
  • Troubled workbook problems and your questions

Do’s (before a session)

  • Read the class syllabus.
    Do you understand the requirements for the class?

  • Visit your instructor during office hours.
    Ask your questions and discuss your concerns.

  • Read assigned chapters, and review your class notes.
    If something is not clear, mark it or write it down to discuss with your tutor. Be specific.

  • Do your homework BEFORE the session.
    Complete as much as you can, and bring specific questions and problems to your tutor.
  • Be familiar with the material.
    Before using tutoring, review class materials. It will maximize the effectiveness of your tutoring time.


  • Don’t expect your tutor to do homework for you.
    They are only there to help you learn how to do your homework. Learning is a process; if you do not do your own homework, you do not learn!

  • Don’t expect that a tutor will reteach the course for you.
    They are not instructors.

  • Don’t expect that a tutor will readily give you all the answers.
    Their job is to help you find them.

  • Don’t wait until the day before a test to get help.
    You do yourself a disservice by not preparing ahead. Learning takes time, effort and planning.