Need a Tutor?
All Yakima Valley Community College students qualify for free tutoring
for Accounting, American Sign Language, Anthropology, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics, Physics, Spanish, and other courses as indicated by need on a quarter-by-quarter basis.
The Tutoring Center,
located in Raymond Hall 202, for
Grandview Campus tutoring services please visit the link.
Tutoring is available by appointment. DSS and SSS program participants may qualify for individualized tutoring and should complete a
Tutor Request form.
Live online tutoring available
Live help available online through out the day, evenings and weekends. Please visit eTutoring to get started.
Lab We recently added a science room that includes hands on models, microscopes, charts, and white boards for student use. This is a great area to bring your study group for Biology, Anatomy & Physiology, and Chemistry learning sessions.
Want to be a Tutor?
To be a Tutor, students must successfully complete the course to be tutored with a grade of "B" or above, and their instructors reccomendation. If you are interested in becoming a tutor, stop by and fill out an application.
For more information on tutoring, or becoming a tutor, stop by or call the center (509) 574-4996.
The goal of YVCC's application is to foster independent learning. This is done by helping students develop and refine relevant cognitive and applied study skills to gain the knowledge necessary for better academic performance. Tutors focus on helping students exchange and pool information on course content and learn how to benefit from refining learning skills that lead to a broader knowledge base.
Adapted from "Supplemental Instruction: A Successful Approach to Learning How to Learn College Introductory Biology" by Dennis H. Congos, Deborach M. Langsam, and Nancy Schoeps, 1997.