Access and Disability Services Tutoring and Coaching
We offer some free academic support services to students who are registered with Access and Disability Services (ADS). We encourage you to take advantage of these services to support your success. You should request services as soon as possible each semester, as each service has limited capacity and may have a waiting list.
ADS offers scheduled, weekly, one-on-one academic tutoring in the areas of math and writing. You must be enrolled in a math class or a writing-heavy class (such as English, journalism, Introduction to Speech, or a humanities course with essay assignments) to receive tutoring through ADS.
ADS tutoring is separate from the Sage Learning Center, which offers drop-in tutoring to all students on an as-needed basis and supplemental online tutoring through TutorMe.
Once you're registered with ADS, you may request ADS tutoring by completing the Tutoring Request Form. You must complete a new Tutoring Request Form each semester.
Academic Support Coaching
Through scheduled weekly meetings, Academic Support Coaches provide students with one-on-one guidance. Coaches can help you develop skills to adjust successfully to the demands of college and keep academic and everyday life responsibilities on track.
Individual sessions focus on:
- Time management
- Study and test-taking skills
- Navigating courses in Canvas
- Prioritizing, planning, organizing
- Daily problem solving
- Understanding classroom expectations
- Connecting with instructors
- Locating campus and MCC resources
Once you're registered with ADS, you may request Academic Support Coaching by completing the Tutoring Request Form. You must complete a new Tutoring Request Form each semester.