Tutoring

Students in classroom

To request a tutor in person:

Mays Landing Campus:
Patrice Leatherberry, (609) 343-5631

Worthington Atlantic City Campus:
Room 142, (609) 343-4833

Cape May County Campus:
Main desk in Information Commons, (609) 463-3713

Math Skills Lab

Tutorial assistance is available in the Math Skills Lab for all Atlantic Cape students enrolled in MATH073, MATH074, MATH080, MATH119, or MATH121. Tutoring is done on a walk-in basis, dependent upon tutor availability. The open lab hours are posted at the entrance of each lab.

Reading/Writing Skills Lab

The Reading/Writing Skills Lab provides tutorial assistance to Atlantic Cape students enrolled in any ENGL course or any content course that requires reading and/or writing assignments. Tutoring is done on a walk-in basis, dependent upon tutor availability. The open lab hours are posted at the entrance of each lab.

Content Tutoring

To request a tutor, please contact Patrice Leatherberry at 609-343-5631; or try the Text a tutor Free Text Service.

Online Tutoring

Online tutoring is available for Atlantic Cape students enrolled in courses online. Please contact/email Patrice Leatherberry at 609-343-5631; or try the Library Free Text Service.

Virtual Tutoring Lab

Tutors in this lab are available online through BlackBoard. Students may submit a question, or an assignment with attached questions; the tutor will respond within 24 to 48 hours after access is granted. Request access to this lab by completing the Tutor Request Form, or click here if you are taking an online course and already have a BlackBoard password.

Strategies to Improve Study Skills

To learn new strategies to improve study skills.

Supplemental Instruction

Supplemental Instruction (SI) targets traditionally difficult academic courses and provides regularly scheduled, out-of-class, peer-facilitated review sessions. SI is open to all Atlantic Cape students enrolled in the course. SI sessions are scheduled each semester according to need.

Our Policy

Tutoring is a support service and not a substitute for course instruction. The tutor will help the students to the best of his/her ability, however the students are responsible for the grades they receive in class. Students must also be currently enrolled in and actively attending the Atlantic Cape course for which they are requesting tutoring.

It is the students' responsibility to notify the tutoring office, at (609) 343-5631, if they cannot attend scheduled tutoring sessions or no longer need tutoring services. Efforts will be made to accommodate all student requests, but specific content courses may require more time to obtain a tutor.

Would you like to be a tutor?

If you are interested in becoming a tutor, please contact Patrice Leatherberry, Program Coordinator, at (609) 343-5631 or email to pleather@atlantic.edu.

FAQ

Have a question? Check our frequently asked questions.