Online tutors are available to help currently enrolled Clark students with various subjects, including writing, physics, chemistry, biology, math, computer science, world languages, accounting, and more.

There are three ways students can use eTutoring:

  1. Live Tutoring sessions – a synchronous tutoring session via Zoom. Students meet with the tutor on a first-come-first-served basis. After logging in, students can view tutor schedules by subject area.

  2. eQuestions – an asynchronous option where students can post a question and a tutor will respond, generally within 24-48 hours. This works best for quick questions that don’t require an extended conversation.

  3. Online Writing Lab – an asynchronous option where students can upload a draft of their paper, along with specific questions and concerns. A tutor will provide written feedback (a summary letter and comments embedded in the draft), usually within 24-48 hours. Links to relevant resources are also provided.

How to Access eTutoring

The easiest way to access eTutoring to log in directly from Canvas. Just click on the eTutoring link on the left-hand side of your Canvas course shell. No addditional log in steps are necessary.

Students can also log in to their accounts from the eTutoring website (

1. Go to the eTutoring website
2. Click "Get Started"
3. Select “Washington”
4. Select “Clark College”
5. Follow the login instructions

eTutoring Website

Please contact Tutoring Services if you have questions or need login assistance.

If you are a student with a disability who uses Assistive Technology and you find that eTutoring is inaccessible to you, please email Tutoring Services to inquire about alternative arrangements for tutoring assistance.

Contact Tutoring Services

Tips for Using Online Tutoring

As with online classes, online tutoring can be unfamiliar and uncomfortable territory for some students. These tips will help students make the most of their online tutoring experience.

eTutoring Videos

These instructional videos will help students become familiar with using the eTutoring platform.