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Academic Assistance and Tutoring

Tutoring Services

Tutoring services are available free of charge to all registered Clark College students. Tutors recommended by the faculty provide help in many subject areas. Students are able to schedule weekly, 1-on-1 appointments with tutors at Hawkins Hall for common subject areas.
http://library.clark.edu/?q=content/tutoring
Locations: Hawkins Hall, Room 102
The Annex: Applied Arts (AA4) Room 106
Columbia Tech Center, Room 336
Phone: 360-992-2253/2445

Online Tutoring Services

Free online tutoring is available to students, 24/7, at etutoring.org. Go to the site and select "Clark College" from the drop-down menu under "Northwest Consortium" and follow the directions to activate your account. If you already have an active account, you may go directly to the log-in.

STEM Help Centers for Mathematics and Science

The STEM Help Centers for Mathematics and Science provide free assistance on a drop-in basis. Instructors are available to assist students with all levels of astronomy, chemistry, physics and math. Help Centers are open every quarter through finals week. STEM Help Center schedules are posted throughout Bauer Hall and Anna Pechanec Hall and online at:
STEM Help Centers
Location: Varies, see schedules
Phone: 360-992-2029

Language Center

The Language Center offers assistance to students learning English, French, Japanese, Spanish and German at Clark College. Students may seek tutoring, conversation practice and help with written and oral assignments. The center also offers language support to Clark personnel and community members for the above and other languages when volunteers are available.
csci.clark.edu/~enl
Location: Bauer Hall, Room 101
Phone: 360-992-2694

The Writing Center

The Writing Center is located in the Tutoring Center and is open to the entire campus community to provide assistance with all writing, from paper assignments to résumés. The center provides free, one-on-one consulting for writing assignments from all courses. Consultants suggest strategies and teach principles to help you learn to evaluate and revise your own writing and become a more effective writer. Both appointments and drop-in hours are available.
http://library.clark.edu/?q=content/tutoring
Locations: Hawkins Hall, Room 102
The Annex: Applied Arts (AA4), Room 106
Columbia Tech Center, Room 336
Phone: 360-992-2253/2445

LearningExpress Library

LearningExpress Library provides interactive practice tests and tutorials for academic or career licensing tests. Improve math skills, reading comprehension or GED test preparation. Prepare for a career certification test in Civil Service, Nursing & Allied Health or Law Enforcement and more.
Location: Online at www.learnatest.com/LEL/index.cfm/?HR=http://www.clark.edu/Library
Phone: 360-992-2375