Learning Assistance Center

Students receiving assistance from tutors at the Learning Assistance Tutorial Center

Tutoring Services

CCSF’s Learning Assistance Centers offers convenient ways for all current students to receive FREE academic tutoring. Tutoring is available in person in the LAC or online using NetTutor. 
 

:Tutorial Center:

Our Tutorial Center provides free academic peer TUTORING FOR STUDENTS. LAC tutors help students interpret course material and apply study strategies to course content. Tutors for specific subjects are available at regularly scheduled hours.
 

:NetTutor Online Tutoring:

All CCSF students can access live online tutoring in many academic subjects through NetTutor’s trained tutors. NetTutor tutors are available for live sessions, to answer submitted questions, and to review papers 24 hours a day, any day of the week. Online tutoring services can be accessed anywhere. 


Writing Success Project

The program WSP links with English classes to provide in-class tutors, tutor-led study groups, counseling, essay review, and assistance with personal statements and scholarship applications.
 

College Success Courses

Our COLLEGE SUCCESS program includes courses and workshops that enable students to develop confidence in their college work by learning effective study techniques and making the most out of their college experience.
 

LAC Computer Lab

The LAC COMPUTER LAB is the largest open access computer lab for students at CCSF. We offer a variety of educational software, MS Office and Internet/email access for students currently enrolled in classes.
 

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LAC Mission

Our mission is to provide students with academic support services that promote active learning and encourage collaboration among faculty, tutors and students within our diverse community.

Toward this goal, we assist our students in achieving their academic goals through our academic-support services that include: student-centered peer tutoring, college success courses, workshops and peer-collaborative small groups; an open-access computer lab; and a grant-funded writing project.