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SSC Tutoring

New River CTC’s Student Success Center offers free, live tutoring. For the fall 2021 semester, tutoring is available in the subject areas and at the times listed below.  Tutoring will not be available during the College’s fall break (Nov. 22-26, 2021).

 

Mr. Wayne Conner: Math

Email: gconner@newriver.edu

Tuesday 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Zoom ID number 414 222 1025

Wednesday 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Zoom ID number 414 222 1025

Mr. Barry Pyne: Math, Chemistry, Physics

Email: bpyne@newriver.edu

Mondays            6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Zoom meeting ID: 446 142 0059

Wednesdays            5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Zoom meeting ID: 446 142 0059

Thursdays     3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Zoom meeting ID: 446 142 0059

Tutoring is by appointment and availability of qualified tutors. Tutoring is not available in all subjects. Please contact your campus Educational Counselor in the Student Success Center on your campus. In addition, please click on the link to request Tutoring or Advising: Tutoring or Advising Form

Online Tutoring through Brainfuse:

Brainfuse is available through Blackboard and provides students with live tutoring, expert writing assistance, and more. Tutors and students communicate in real-time through the Brainfuse Online Classroom. There is a 24/7 Question Center for students who need a detailed, structured explanation of key concepts or help with an assignment. Students simply submit their questions and receive feedback from the Brainfuse-certified instructor. Instructors must make this tool available by adding the Course Tool to their Blackboard course so that students can then access Brainfuse (see demo provided by Sandra Lilly).

Become a Tutor

The Educational Counselors in the Student Success Centers are eager to talk with interested people and students about how to become a tutor. Professional tutors are generally adjunct faculty or others who hold either a Bachelor or Master’s degree in the area they wish to tutor. If you are interested in becoming a paid, professional tutor, please contact Dean of Student Affairs Peter Hoeman. Student Peer Tutors are volunteer students who have demonstrated a mastery of the course content they will tutor. An instructor must recommend you for the position based on your performance in their class. Peer tutors will have earned an overall college grade point average of at least a 3.0 and a 3.0 in the subject they wish to tutor. All interested volunteers are encouraged to contact the Educational Counselor on your campus.