Current FCC students have two options for online tutoring:
What's the difference?
ThinkingStorm: Students connect to ThinkingStorm Online Tutoring to better understand specific course content in many subjects. Tutoring sessions are conducted over chat and are available 24/7. Sessions may be drop-in or by appointment, depending on subject.
FCC Online Academic Coaching/Tutoring: For more personalized assistance, students can choose FCC Online Academic Coaching/Tutoring and meet with friendly FCC staff who will help with course content AND share study skills advice that can lead to success. Sessions are by appointment and are conducted via Zoom.
Meet with an FCC Online Academic Coach/Tutor
Current FCC students can schedule an appointment with a friendly FCC learning assistant/tutor or academic coach for free, personalized help with their courses. Sessions are conducted by appointment, over Zoom. Our team specializes in helping first year students succeed and thrive:
Current students can schedule 1 session per day, up to 2 sessions per week. No same day appointments.
Students enrolled in introductory general education courses have first priority. Appointment availability is limited.
To make an appointment with an FCC Tutor:
There you will be able to choose your subject, choose a tutor, and pick a day and time that works for you.
Work with a ThinkingStorm Online Tutor
ThinkingStorm Customer Support: firstname.lastname@example.org (24/7)
The Learning Centers at FCC are staffed by people who care and who want to help you succeed and thrive.
Have a question? Check out our FAQ or get in touch with the Learning Centers:
The Learning Centers Contacts
Tutoring and Writing Center Coordinator
STEM Learning Center Coordinator
These self-guided, online workshops will help you to sharpen the skills needed to be a successful student. At the end of the workshop, you can enter the e-mail of your professor, advisor, coach, etc. to get credit for completion.
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