Victoria College Total Learning Center
offers free tutoring services to all VC students who need academic assistance as well as individuals preparing for entrance exams before enrolling at VC. Student Support Services provides tutors in four locations on the Main Campus and one location at the Gonzales Center.
Due to the developing COVID-19 situation, everyone entering VC buildings will be expected to wear a facial covering and participate in a basic health screening, which includes a temperature check. Students are encouraged to take advantage of VC’s remote services and virtual appointments when possible, but everyone is welcome to come to campus when necessary.
The Tutoring Center will continue to provide virtual tutoring to help you access our services remotely.
We want to continue to help you be successful in your classes, especially in these trying times. This is a learning curve for all of us, so please hang in there and know that help is on the way!
To look at the list of tutors and their availability, view the Fall 2020 F2F Schedule or Fall 2020 Virtual WebEx Schedule.
Victoria College is offering four ways to meet students’ tutoring needs:
1. Virtual Drop-In Tutoring Virtual Drop Instructions
Fall 2020 Virtual WebEx Schedule
2. Virtual Appointments Virtual Tutoring Appointment Instruction
3. Face-to-Face Tutoring Fall 2020 Face-to-Face Schedule
4. Online submission of a writing assignment. Tutors will review the writing assignment and return the assignment with suggestions for improvement to the student.
Submit an online request here.
If you need assistance, please e-mail TutoringCenter@VictoriaCollege.edu
Main Campus Tutoring: Johnson Hall (JH), Room 106 & 108 has tutors on duty to cover academic courses math, chemistry, physics and computer courses. English and humanities tutoring is available in Johnson Hall (JH) 206 & 208 Science tutoring is available in the Health Sciences Center (HSC), Room 121C. The Reading Room in JH Room 104 offers a quiet place to read and study without the distractions.
Gonzales Center Tutoring: Tutoring available for all subjects located in the Gonzales Center, Room 100. Visit the Gonzales Center Webpage here.
College Reading and Learning Association
College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) is an international group of student-oriented professionals active in the fields of reading, learning assistance, developmental education, and tutorial services at the college/adult level. Victoria College is now CRLA Certified at both Level I and Level II, meaning tutors can progress in a program designed to enhance their skills. Come see the difference these trained tutors can make in your academic career.