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Student Tutoring
Student Services Building
fax: 423.318.2344

The office of Student Tutoring provides tutorial assistance to all students who have an academic need and request the service. The office makes every possible effort to assist students in overcoming academic, social, and cultural barriers so they can succeed in academic areas. The office of Student Tutoring is here to help the student improve their grades, prepare for quizzes and class exams, and learn good study habits. Services include, but are not limited to: one-on-one tutoring, test proctoring, and exam preparation. The office maintains contact with faculty and keeps records of students receiving tutoring. The office tries to effectively relate to traditional, non-traditional and students with disabilities in spite of obstacles that often serve to discourage students.


The Office of Student Tutoring provides support services to help students make the most of their abilities. This increases their chances of succeeding in college.

  • PAT-Peer Assisted Tutoring
  • Tutoring services are free

Tutoring sessions are available in most subjects:
Contact the director for a detailed listing of tutors and times available.

Mary Breedlove
Director of Student Tutoring
fax: 423.318.2344