The on-campus CAS is closed, but you can connect with tutors in the CAS many different ways, including via Zoom during their office hours.
Connect with the CAS Tutors
- CAS office hours via Zoom: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
- Call 320-308-5920 with general questions
- Email us at email@example.com
- Make a tutoring appointment at the Bookings link below
- 24/7/365 Access to online tutoring is available via Tutor.com (access through D2L)
- Looking for help on a specific subject?
How to use Bookings
- Click on the area you would like to receive tutoring (Science, Math, ESOL, or Writing)
- Scroll to pick the date you would like to receive tutoring - it will highlight in green.
- To the right of the calendar, choose a time to meet - it will turn to green.
- Scroll to Add to Details. Enter your name, SCTCC email, and phone number
- Scroll to Provide Additional Information and include the name of the course you are working on, the name of your instructor, and what your particular question is.
- After you do that, click on Book.
- You will get a confirmation email.
- You will also receive an email from the person you booked the tutoring session with for a Zoom appointment. That link in the email is how you will enter the tutoring session on the date and time you scheduled.
The CAS is now offering drop in tutoring for Math and Writing related subjects. For drop in tutoring, students can work with a tutor for however long it takes as long as progress is being made. Please come prepared with questions as the tutor will not help with all homework questions or problem sets.
The Mary Stangler Center for Academic Success (CAS) offers free services to all St. Cloud Technical & Community College students, faculty, and staff. Tutors help students discover ways to learn course material by clarifying textbook assignments, discussing ideas and reviewing practice problems. Tutors explain and model, but do not complete assignments.
The CAS is located in Northway Building Room 1-112. Call us at 320.308.5920.
Students seeking tutoring help should come prepared with the assignment information from the instructor or course requirements. Students should also bring the necessary textbooks or notes and show their attempts with the assignment.
The CAS currently employs more than 20 part-time students and four full-time learning center professionals that are committed to providing an inclusive learning environment to assist learners of all abilities and backgrounds within the SCTCC community.
- Academic Workshops
- Course Specific Review Sessions
- Facilitated Study Sessions
- Course Resources and Software
- Test Proctoring
- Workspace for Individual Learning
- Tutoring, both In-Person and Online