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Oglesby Campus Drop-in Hours, Academic Support Center (ASC), A-201
- Monday- 10 AM to 7 PM
- Tuesday - Friday- 10 AM to 3 PM
Virtual Consultation Hours
- Available by Appointment
Ottawa Center Drop-in Hours
- Wednesday- 3 PM to 7 PM
- Thursday- 11 AM to 4 PM
- Virtual appointment (Zoom)
- In person appointment
- In person drop-in
- Email consultation for writing assignments (email@example.com)
Course-specific tutors are available to help with a variety of coursework. Writing tutors are available to help with every stage of the writing process.
Check the schedule to see which tutors are working when.
Check the tutor list for subjects and modes.
Make an Appointment
You can schedule an appointment. If you don't see the time/day you are seeking, you can request one by using your Eagle Mail to email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. For further assistance, call the Tutoring and Writing Center at 815-224-0637.
If you schedule a virtual appointment, you will receive an email to your Eagle mail with a Zoom link. The Zoom link is in the original email, not the reminder email. If you have trouble joining your session, try these steps:
1. Log in to Accudemia and click the Join Session button.
2. Call 815-224-0637
3. Email your tutor: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet the Tutors
- Kenny Albright - math, physics
- Amie Alvarado - writing
- Rose Brittingham - writing
- Angela Dunlap - statistics, multiple disciplines
- Ethan Frobish - writing
- Laura Kilmartin - writing
- Cindy Kurkowski - accounting
- Trisha Loger - science, math, music
- Kathy Scheibenreif - math, Spanish
- Kris Sienza - math
- Jane Stevenor - writing
Become a Peer Tutor
In order to be a course-specific tutor, you must meet these criteria:
- You must have earned a "B" or better in the subject you wish to tutor.
- An instructor must recommend you or verify your ability to tutor the subject.
- You must complete an interview and training process.
In order to be a writing tutor, you must meet these criteria:
- Coursework—Writing Center tutors should have completed ENG 1001 and ENG 1002 with a grade of A. An applicant may be considered with a grade of B in ENG 1001. Applicants should also have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0; a GPA of 3.5 or above is preferred.
- Instructor Recommendation—The coordinator will request a recommendation from each English instructor an applicant has had for an English or Literature course. Instructors are asked about the applicants’ attendance, work ethic, ability to articulate subject matter, understanding of class material, and ability to relate to others. Applicants do not need to request these recommendations, but it does not hurt to talk to your instructors to make sure they are supportive of your application.
Tutors are paid student workers. Therefore, if you are looking for a little extra money and would like the experience of helping others, think of becoming a peer tutor!
Campus and Community Tutoring Coordinator
Writing Center Coordinator
The Tutoring and Writing Center provides free in-person and virtual academic support to the IVCC community.