The Academic Support/Student Success Center offers tutoring to all Columbia-Greene Community College students.
Tutoring sessions are intended to assist students to be successful in their coursework. Tutors are discouraged from helping students with graded work as it goes against the Academic Integrity Policy.
Qualified peer and professional tutors are available to assist students in many academic areas such as :
|Course #||Course Name|
|BI 112||Human Biology|
|BI 130/131||Anatomy & Physiology I/II|
|CO 102||Interpersonal Communications|
|EN 090||English Fundamentals|
|EN 100||English Skills|
|EN 102||Composition & Literature|
|EN 105||Technical Writing|
|EN 201||American Literature: Colonial – 1899|
|EN 204||American Literature: 1900 – present|
|EN 211||Creative Writing|
|EN 212||Expository Writing|
|EN 232||Short Stories|
|ESL 096||English as a Second Language, Intermediate|
|ESL 098||English as a Second Language, Advanced|
|HI 101||Western Civilizations 13,000 BCE to 1517 CE|
|HI 102||Western Civilizations 1517 to present|
|HI 103||United States History 1492 – 1865|
|HI 104||United States History 1865 to present|
|HI 122||African American History|
|MA 090||Fundamentals of Mathematics|
|MA 100||Pre- Algebra|
|MA 110||College Algebra|
|PY 101||General Psychology|
|PY 299||Abnormal Psychology|
|SO 101||Introduction to Sociology|
|SO 102||Social Problems|
For questions regarding tutoring, please email the Academic Support/Student Success Center. A schedule of tutoring sessions for the current semester is posted in the ASC/SSC.
In certain disciplines, faculty members are available to support the Academic Support/Student Success Center. In addition to the services mentioned above, NetTutor, a professional remote tutoring service, is available to meet the varied schedules and needs of our students in the following subjects:
|English and Writing|
|First Year Experience and College Student Success|
|Anatomy and Physiology|
|Computer Sciences and IT|
|Finance and Accounting|
|Government and Political Science|
Coaches help students develop skills, behaviors and habits that contribute to success in college. These include goal setting, learning strategies, research, time management and organization.
Please email the Academic Support/Student Success Center or come see us in Suite 113 in the Main Academic Building.