Take advantage of our free tutoring services, available to currently enrolled Jefferson students across Jefferson campuses. Work together with a tutor in a supportive environment to strengthen your understanding of course materials, writing, research, study skills, Blackboard and computers, and reading.
For more information on the types of tutoring that we offer and the schedule for each type of tutoring, see the Types of Tutoring Page.
Watch our video and read the information below to learn more about tutoring!
If you have questions about the tutoring process or tutoring policies after reading this page, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to working with you!
Tutoring sessions are active and collaborative. You and the tutor will work together on the topic that you want to discuss. They work with you, rather than doing your work for you. Depending on the subject you would like to work on, you will be paired with one of our peer, librarian, adjunct faculty or faculty tutors.
Tip: To get the most out of the session, be ready with all relevant materials (including your syllabus, assignment, readings and class notes).
We are unable to offer tutoring for class tests, placement tests, personal writing projects or courses taught outside of KCTCS.
If you have any accessibility needs, please let us know. We are happy to work with you!
Our goal is to make all of our materials and services accessible. Please inform staff of accessibility barriers you encounter, and request accommodations that will make activities and information resources accessible to you. You can contact us at email@example.com, talk to your tutor during a session, and/or tell us about your needs in the notes section when making an appointment in TutorTrac.
If you are deaf or hard-of-hearing, we can work with you in Teams so that we can use automated closed-captioning. We also welcome working with an interpreter, which you can schedule by contacting the Access*Ability Resource Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about the services offered by the Access*Ability Resource Center and whether you are eligible, please go to the ARC page.
Online and in-person math tutoring is also available through the Math Lab. See the document below for more information.