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Tutoring

 Due to COVID-19, Tutoring Services are now offering online support. Visit the online tutoring page page to learn more and make an appointment.

Free Drop-in Tutoring

Metropolitan Community College provides free tutoring to help strong students excel, assist struggling students in overcoming obstacles to success and to enhance every student's academic college experience.

Free drop-in assistance is offered for many academic subjects, including chemistry, accounting and foreign language courses, and is available in most of MCC's Learning and Tutoring Centers.

MCC students enrolled in credit classes are encouraged to seek tutoring as often as desired. Check the schedule for tutor availability in your subject, then simply drop in during the scheduled hours to receive free assistance – no appointment necessary.

Tutoring Schedules

To access tutoring schedules, please click on our AccuCampus link.
This is the gateway to academic support services at MCC!

  • Log in to set tutoring appointments or drop in to one of our centers (virtually) to ask a quick question or get homework help.
  • MCCs Online Tutoring offers 60-minute online tutoring appointments that take place via Zoom.
  • MCC's Learning and Tutoring Center, Math Center, and Language and Literacy Center all use AccuCampus to support you online. (If you are not logged into MyWay, you will have to enter your MCC email and password to proceed.)
 

Tutoring as an Instructional Assistant in MCC's Learning and Tutoring Centers

The College hires people who are passionate about learning and skilled at sharing their subject matter expertise to tutor students in our Learning and Tutoring Centers at Fort Omaha, South Omaha and Elkhorn Valley Campuses, Sarpy Center and Fremont Area Center.

The minimum qualifications for these rewarding part-time jobs include the following:

  • Pursuit of, or possession of, an associate degree

  • Minimum overall GPA of 3.25 with a minimum of 42 quarter hours (or the equivalent) of academic work

  • Minimum of "B" grades in coursework related to the subject of tutorial interest

  • Ability to provide documentation proving successful course completion and/or to prove subject area proficiency through review with a faculty member

  • Ability to secure two written recommendations from faculty members, if you are a current student

  • Tutoring, teaching or other instructional experience preferred

  • Equivalent combination of education and/or work experience considered

  • Must pass a background check

For more details about tutoring as a Learning and Tutoring Center instructional assistant, check the Temporary Positions section of the MCC employment opportunity posting or call 531-MCC-2432.