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Morristown Campus

Student Services Building
fax: 423.318.2344

Mon – Thurs
8 AM – 5:30 PM

Sevier County Campus

Maples Marshall Hall

Mon – Wed
8 AM – 6 PM

8 AM – 4:30 PM

Niswonger Campus

Building 2

Mon, Tues & Thurs
8 AM – 6 PM

8 AM – 5 PM

Claiborne County Campus

Room 123A

Mon, Tues & Thurs
9AM-4:30 PM


The Tutoring Office provides FREE tutoring to all students who have an academic need and request the service. Conveniently located on all four campuses, the office makes every possible effort to assist students in overcoming academic, social, and cultural barriers so that they can succeed academically, improve their grades, prepare for quizzes and class exams, and learn good study habits.


Fall 2021 Tutoring Services Info


We have both in-person and virtual tutoring options, which can be made by appointment using a campus Bookings link. Walk-in tutoring is also available. Peer tutoring appointments are available in 45-minute sessions. Instructions and appointment links for each campus are located below as well on the Resources tab in eLearn which has a link to Student Tutoring.

Morristown Campus Booking

Sevierville Campus Booking

Niswonger Campus Booking

Claiborne Campus Booking

If you have an academic or tutoring service question, please email

How to Make an Appointment

1. Click the appropriate Booking link above

2. Select the type of service:

In person Tutoring – schedules a meeting with a tutor at the specified campus

  • Morristown Campus - Student Services building, lower level room 107
  • Sevierville Campus - Room MMH 210
  • Niswonger Campus - Room 226
  • Claiborne Campus - Room 123A

Online Tutoring – schedules an online meeting in Microsoft Teams with a tutor

3. Select a tutor in the drop-down menu. (DO NOT select the ANYONE option)

4. Select an available date and time.

5. Fill out the additional information requested.

Before the appointment, a reminder email will be sent. The reminder message will contain a link that students can click to join the online meeting at the scheduled time.


Services include, but are not limited to:

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 despite obstacles that often serve to discourage students.

The tutoring labs contain computers and printers for free use for students. Many students come to the Student Services tutoring lab to do homework so that they have someone available to help with any questions or problems that may arise.

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