Students come to Salt Lake Community College to gain the skills needed for a successful future.
But learning is a dynamic process. SLCC knows this and has established Tutoring and Learning Centers on six campuses to give students more support.
“One of the best tools students overlook are their opportunities found in our tutoring centers,” says Science Resource Center staff member Sydney Richards.
And even if a student might not need help, they may be able to help someone else.
Learning Center tutors have demonstrated strong knowledge of a subject and have been recommended by one or more of their professors.
Students who volunteer in the Learning Center can use the experience as a stepping stone toward landing internships or employment.
“Not only can students get and give help in their respective disciplines, they can network with other students, thus increasing their avenues of learning,” says Richards. “There is not a better place [to do] homework.”
Most labs provide computer access and textbook/solution manual checkouts.
SLCC students of all levels are welcome to use this free resource.
Anyone interested in volunteering or tutoring can call 801-957-4150 for more information.