24/7 Online Tutoring

SCTCC offers students 15 hours per year of free online, on-demand tutoring, through Tutor.com. Tutors are always available, even late at night when your instructor may not be.

Stuck on a problem? Want someone to review your paper? This tutoring service is easy to use and can be accessed on any device that connects to the internet.

When you log-on to Tutor.com you'll be able to:

  • Connect with more than 3,000 qualified tutors 24/7
  • View replays and transcripts of previous sessions
  • Drop off an essay for review and feedback
  • Save your favorite tutors and see their schedule of availability
  • Access services from your mobile phone or tablet

    Connect to tutor.com by signing in to D2L Brightspace


    Frequently Asked Questions

    Is tutoring available for my classes?
    Tutors are available to help you in a wide range of subjects, such as:

    • Writing across the curriculum
    • Math, Science, English, History, Computer Science, Social Sciences, Career Help and more…

    How often can I use tutor.com?

    Each student has 15 hours of online tutoring they can use every academic year.

    How do I access the tutoring services?

    • Sign into D2L for access to Tutor.com. The link can be found under Resources or your online course page.

    • Select your topic, subject, and fill out the question or concept you want help with
    • Please have your question for your tutor ready before you connect. Enter your question and any important notes in the pre-session survey – this will save you time while you are in your tutoring session.
    • You can attach a file or screenshot of something you would like help with by clicking “share a file” in the pre-session request form and in the online classroom.
    • Remember to indicate if you’d like to connect with your tutor via a voice session!
    • After your session with a tutor, you can review it again at any time or save your tutor as a “favorite.”

    Connect to tutor.com by signing in to D2L Brightspace


    Submit a paper

    Submit a PaperYou can submit a paper directly to the CAS!

    Just click the button and you'll be taken to a form where you can submit your paper. A CAS tutor will follow-up with you.

    Virtual Tutoring

    Virtual tutoring with a CAS tutor takes place through a live, real-time session using an online communication technology. This technology has the ability to share documents both the student and the tutor can see and interact with. Technology requirements include a reliable internet connection and a sound-enabled computer with a microphone. 

    To set up a virtual tutoring session, send an email to one of the following: