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WCC's physical campus is closed, online services continue. Spring quarter starts online April 15. For the latest COVID-19 information and resources, please visit www.whatcom.edu/COVID19.

Covid 19 Update

The Learning Center is open and support is available to students. Most tutoring has shifted online. Please access this support by going to Canvas and entering "The Learning Center W20" course on your desktop.

One on one tutors and students should have heard from us about how to continue with existing tutoring sessions. The Math Center doors are open, but most support is accessed through Canvas. The Writing Center has shifted online. We are currently open in person:

M-Th 9-5

F9-3

In person staffing for things like weekend tutoring in the Library and A&P tutoring in Kulshan Labs is dependent on the availability of tutors.

 

WCC's Learning Center includes the Math Center, Writing Center, One-on-One Tutoring and Online Tutoring for students. We are located in Cascade Hall 113. 

 

Learning resources

Also, try www.eTutoringonline.org for additional support in accounting, math, MS Office, statistics, and more.

 

How to be a tutor

If you communicate well, enjoy working with other students, received high marks in a given class, and are dependable, we invite you to apply for a tutoring position in our Learning Center. Three options are available: Math Center, Writing Center, and Learning Center. You will need a faculty recommendation for any subject in which you wish to qualify to tutor. We will provide ongoing training. Whatcom students who tutor receive pay for their time and some receive college credit. To work in the Writing Center, pick up an application and job description at the reception desk in the Learning Center, Cascade 113. To work in the Math Center, complete the Math Center Tutor Application. To tutor in any other discipline, complete the Application to Be A Tutor form, and return it to the Learning Center.

For more information about any of these opportunities call 360.383.3099 or email Jason Babcock at jbabcock@whatcom.edu.