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ASAC Tutoring

Our program provides FREE IN-PERSON and ONLINE TUTORING to all current Mt. SAC students (credit or non-credit). We offer drop-in one-on-one and in-class academic support/group tutoring services for various subjects. Appointments are also available for writing, math, and science courses.




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Fall 2021 Hours of Operation:
Tutoring begins August 31, 2021

In-Person Tutoring (Bldg. 6-101)
Monday-Thursday: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday- Saturday: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Online Tutoring (Zoom)

Monday-Saturday: TBA

IMPORTANT:
Need tutoring after hours? Net Tutor has tutors available 24/7 for math and English as well as other subjects. For more information, please visit Mt. SAC's Net Tutor page.



Preparing For Your Tutoring Session

    • Student-Tutor Expectations
      • Students are expected to have their course materials related to the assignment ready when entering the Zoom tutoring rooms. These include: assignment sheets, textbooks, class notes, and class syllabus.

      • Tutors will provide suggestions on how to improve the students' work or guide students on how to solve problems. Tutors will not, however, do the students' assignment.

      • In addition to content support, tutors may cover study skills strategies as needed.

      • To promote independent learning, students are entitled to up to 30 minutes per session. Students are not permitted to have back-to-back sessions. Students who just finished a session must wait at least 30 minutes before signing up again for another session.

      • All students are required to abide by Mt. SAC's Standards of Conduct Policy and failure to do so may result in disciplinary action such as removal from the virtual tutoring room and/or suspending access to ASAC's online tutoring services. 
    • Maximizing Your Online Tutoring Sessions
      • Come prepared for your tutoring sessions with all the needed materials.

      • Get tutoring early and often to avoid falling behind in class.

      • Review your assignment and have your questions ready before your tutoring session.

      • Set realistic goals you want to accomplish. Tutors will not do the work for you, but they can help you get better at doing it yourself.

      • Actively participate in the tutoring session, and work with the tutor to identify and clarify areas that need strengthening.
 
 

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Program Mission and Vision Statements

    • Mission

      In order to strengthen scholastic achievement and motivate academic discourse within the multifaceted community of Mt. San Antonio College, ASAC tutoring is dedicated to providing students and community members with drop-in tutoring, Supplemental Instruction, and study groups that promote the acquisition of the tools and resources necessary to take control of one’s education.

    • Vision
      In the interests of quality service and academic achievement, ASAC tutoring creates a learning environment that provides students with access to tutors and resource materials of superior standards. We provide comprehensive and progressive training for our tutors and staff. Through these means we develop students’ desires to successfully meet and surpass their academic and vocational goals.
Information

Fall/Spring:
        M-Th: 9AM - 7PM / F-Sat: 9AM - 4PM
       Winter/Summer:
       M-Th: 10AM - 5PM
 Bldg. 6-101, South Entrance / Zoom
(909) 274-4300
asac@mtsac.edu


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