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Disability Services

Tutoring Services

The Tutoring Center

Any NCC Student registered for credit courses can receive free tutoring, depending on tutor availability in Math, Science, Accounting, Computers, Reading Comprehension, Learning Strategies, Business, Computer Assisted Design (CAD), Graphics, Languages and others.



The Writing Center

A place where students receive help with a wide variety of writing issues, including understanding writing assignments, brainstorming, drafting, outlining, critical reading/thinking, researching, documentation, revision, and editing.



The Math Lab

Math Lab is designed to assist students in MAT 073, MAT 075, MAT 093 and MAT 094.


Math and Science Recitation Sessions

College-level Math and Science faculty are available to assist students in their offices on a drop-in basis according to scheduled times.



The Student Support Services Program

The Student Support Services Program is a federally funded TRIO program designed to promote the success and retention of non-traditional students who begin their studies at NCC in developmental courses. According to federal guidelines, program participants must meet federal income requirements, have a disability, or come from a family in which neither parent has a four-year college degree. Counselors assist students whose opportunities for success in college are hindered by personal or academic difficulties. The program's tutoring staff provides individualized academic support services designed to help students build a strong foundation for college studies.

 

e Tutoring

eTutoring.org is an online tutoring platform which allows faculty from participating institutions to work with students.  Faculty will answer questions in real time, or reply to questions and essay submissions that students have left for review and commentary (within 24 hours).  Inside the eTutoring platform students have access to: eQuestions, online question submission with an archive of previously posted questions & answers; eWriting, online writing lab with an archive of previously submitted papers and revisions; meChat, live communication tool that allows tutors and students to chat, whiteboard, share files & applications, as well as use audio & video tools; Resources, vast collection of tips, techniques and additional links to help students improve their writing skills.

Student Login Instructions: 

�         Go to http://www.eTutoring.org click on: "Login Now!"

�         Select the: "Northeast Consortium"

�         Select Your Institution as "Norwalk Community College".

�         Next, click on "Need an Account" to create your FREE eTutoring user name and password.