Study Skills Appointments and Presentations

Tutoring Center

Location & Contact

If you reach our voicemail, please leave a message with your name and contact information, and our staff will get back to you as soon as possible. 

Tutoring Center Hours

See our Home Page for finals week hours

Questions accepted until 15 minutes before closing

Monday - Thursday: 10:00am - 9:00pm

Friday: 10am - 5pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: 5pm - 9pm

You can also schedule an appointment online with a tutor outside of our drop in hours. Click the link to get started!

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When tutoring is not available, this button will read, "Offline." Check back during our operating hours to chat with a tutor! 


    Study Skills Appointments and Presentations

    Tutoring Center services help students develop an overall plan for achieving academic success and provide information about specific study skills to help along the way. 

    To improve your study skills, set up a 45-minute individual appointment with a knowledgeable and empathetic study skills tutor through our Study Skills Survey and Appointment Form. If you have been asked to schedule a study skills appointment as a financial aid or course requirement, you will need to request a confirmation of attendance after your appointment. Please reach out to the Peer Advisor you met with regarding this following your appointment. We will respond to your request via email or phone within 2 business days.

    Request a Study Skills Appointment

    If you would like to schedule an academic success presentation for your class, residence hall, or campus organization, visit our Faculty Resources page for more information on Study Skills Presentations. If you are having difficulty scheduling an individual appointment, please email us or leave us a voicemail at (360) 650-3855. 

    Our online materials allow students to read about specific study skills and develop competence at their own pace. Please feel free to look through the resources below: