Students can take advantage of Carroll's tutoring services for their classes. They can schedule an appointment with a tutor or study skills consultant; drop-in for math, biology, chemistry, physics, writing or computer help; self-enroll in the Blackboard Academic Center Community for chemistry help; or review our Internet study resources. 

Tutoring By Appointment

Students may receive free individual or small group tutoring in most subject areas. Tutoring is for any student who wants to improve his/her skills in a particular subject or discipline in which he/she is enrolled.

Students may sign up for a tutor by registering first (only once) on WCONLINE, then logging in to sign up for an available tutor each week.  If you have received tutoring in the past, you do not need to register again.

  • Enter a valid email and password to use each time you sign in
  • Enter a student ID - the seven-digit student ID assigned by the college
  • Enter the course number as listed in the course catalog - i.e. MAT 099, MATH 115, BIOL 101, ENG, READ, ENGL 101 
  • Once registered, log in to view available tutoring schedule. If you are not sure of your log in information, contact Academic Services (L288).
  • Click the "Limit to:" dropbox and choose the course needed for tutoring
  • Click on the desired tutoring time with a tutor, and supply the information requested. 

Students repeating a course must first register as explained above (unless already registered), then complete and submit the tutor request form either online or by visiting the Academic Center (L288).


Study Skills Consultant

Students can receive one-on-one help with time management, note and test taking, textbook reading, writing papers and more.


Drop-In Tutoring

Drop-in at designated times and places for the following services.


Blackboard Academic Center Community for Chemistry

Students can self-enroll in the Blackboard Academic Center Community to post their questions and receive answers from peers and online tutors who will guide them in solving and verifying their problems.


Internet Study Resources


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