As a result of the governor’s Stay Home, Stay Safe order issued on Monday, March 23, 2020, the campuses and learning centers of Yakima Valley College are closed to the public through Winter Quarter. All buildings are closed to the public.
Need a Tutor?
All Yakima Valley College students qualify for free tutoring services 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 Centers are located in Raymond Hall, Building 7, Room 202 and Grandview Main, Building 56, Room 102. Tutoring is available by appointment. DSS and SSS program participants may qualify for individualized tutoring and should complete a Tutor Request form.
You can also visit the Math Center and the Writing Center for assistance with these topics.
Live online tutoring available
Live help available online throughout the day, evenings, and weekends. Please visit eTutoring to get started. Individual tutoring appointments will also be on Fridays and weekends depending on the tutor/tutee’s schedule.
Yakima Tutoring Lab
Room 210 within the Tutoring center has available hands-on models, microscopes, charts, and whiteboards 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 instructor’s recommendation. If you are interested in becoming a tutor, stop by and fill out an application. For more information on becoming a tutor stop by or call the center at 509.574.4996