The Center for Student Success at Kellogg Community College offers a variety of face-to-face and virtual tutoring services for students in Ohm 206 on the North Avenue campus in Battle Creek. Other subjects are available by request.
Instructional assistants are available for one-on-one tutoring appointments Monday through Friday. Please schedule your tutoring session if possible; we also welcome walk-in appointments. For virtual appointments, students will receive virtual meeting information at least one hour before the scheduled appointment through KCC email.
Questions about tutoring may be directed to the Center for Student Success at [email protected] or 269-660-7722 or to Jeff Houldsworth, peer tutoring coordinator, at 269-565-7891 or [email protected].
Schedule and contacts listed below. If you need additional tutoring, please fill out our tutoring request form and we will connect you with a tutor.
In Person: Available by appointment
Virtual: Available by appointment
Contact: Tom Rose [email protected]
ALL SUBJECTS – 24/7 NET TUTOR
Access through the Bruin Portal
What Is Tutoring?
Tutoring is individualized assistance from a qualified peer or professional who obtained a level of competency in the subject area.
When to Request a Tutor
- Discuss course concerns with your instructor
- After following suggestions, request a tutor if you still need help
- If your instructor recommends tutoring, request a tutor
- You must be a KCC student
- You must be currently enrolled in the class you are requesting tutoring for
- You must have met course prerequisites
- You must have attended class regularly
- You must have talked with your instructor (to provide the best assistance, we may also contact your instructor)
- Weekly tutoring hours may not exceed total credit hours of the course
- If you miss two tutoring sessions without prior notification, your tutoring will be canceled
- Behavior problems may result in termination of tutoring services
- All tutoring MUST take place in a public setting
- We will do our best to accommodate all requests; it is important to note that not all tutoring is done one-on-one, and that you may also be in a session with more than one student in the same course