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New Student College Orientation: Tutoring Services and Science Study Materials

Tutoring Services

The primary goal of Tutoring Services is to help UACCM students learn critical skills that can help them achieve success in the classroom. Tutoring Services is designed to provide assistance to students in various courses based on need and demand. Tutoring Services is funded by UACCM and free to all currently enrolled UACCM students. 

Tutoring is not meant to replace classroom instruction. Instead, tutoring is intended to help UACCM students succeed in the classroom by learning critical skills. This may include providing assistance to a student that is beyond the scope of the course. Tutors operate on a first-come, first-served basis.

Tutoring Services strives to maintain a welcoming, confidential environment that is conducive to learning.

On campus tutor availability is announced as early as possible. To review current on campus tutor availability, visit Tutoring Services.

Online tutoring is provided by NetTutor, which provides tutoring in the following subjects: Accounting, American Government, Anatomy and Physiology, Biology, Chemistry, Communications and Speech, Computer Science and Information Technology, Criminal Justice, Earth Science, Economics, Finance, Geology, History, Literature, Math (Calculus and above), Math (through Precalculus and Trigonometry), Nursing and Allied Health, Paper Center and Live Writing Tutor, Philosophy, Physical Science, Psychology, Reading and English, Sociology, Spanish, and Statistics. 

To access NetTutor, log in to your UACCM Blackboard account, select one of your courses, and on the "Begin Here" page click on the "NetTutor Online Tutoring Resource" link (see screen below). For more information about NetTutor, visit our NetTutor information page.

Screenshot of the BlackBoard "Begin Here" page with an arrow pointing to the location of the NetTutor tool link

Science Study Materials

Science Study Materials are located in the Academic Commons and available for students whenever the Academic Commons is open. Students have access to a variety of models of the human body, complete human skeletons, and a microscope.

Models available include: 

  • Arm muscles
  • Leg muscles
  • Kidney
  • Heart
  • Brain
  • Skull
  • Eye
  • Ear
  • Spine
  • Circulatory system
  • A half size human figure with removable organs. 

Students are encouraged to use materials anywhere in the Academic Commons; however, science study materials are not available for check out.