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Tutoring: Tutors are available to help!
If you want to learn more or are interested in online tutoring through SVC:
There are three ways to receive tutoring assistance.
1. Tutoring Offered Through Skagit Valley College
Students can receive in-person or online tutoring via video chat or phone with the all of the tutors that work on Mount Vernon and Whidbey Island campuses. To learn more about how to use SVC’s online tutoring and get started, Visit SVC Online Tutoring and then accept the SVC Tutoring Canvas page invitation. If you have questions about these services, please contact Liesl Johnson.
Summer Quarter 2023 Schedule
Online Tutoring Sessions
Mon.-Fri: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Tutors are able to assist with some or all courses in:
- Allied Health
- Canvas/Basic Computer Skills
- Computer Systems
- Human Services
- Manufacturing/Technical Design
- Multimedia & Interactive Technology
- Office Business Technology
2. Writing Center Assistance
The SVC Writing Center in Lewis Hall 321 (Mount Vernon Campus) is available both in-person and online to any SVC student enrolled in any class. Drop in or make an appointment for one-to-one assistance from trained writing consultants (tutors) on your writing for any class, at any phase of the writing process.
Writing resources, workshops, and quiet writing space are available in the Center. “Real-time” (synchronous) and “Feedback” (asynchronous) sessions are available online.
3. Online tutoring offered through Western eTutoring Consortium
ALL students are able to access online tutoring through the Western eTutoring Consortium at any time of year. This service is always open to all students, even during regular campus operations. If you have questions about Western’s eTutoring Consortium, please contact Claver Hategekimana.