Resources for Faculty & Staff

The Learning Skills and Tutoring Center offers a variety of resources for faculty members including class orientations, electronic tutoring referrals, and workshops.

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    Refer Potential Tutors to LSTC

    If you have students in your classes who meet the criteria below, please refer them to us!

  • Refer Students to Tutoring

    Refer Students to Tutoring

    “The student’s peer group is the single most potent source of influence on growth and development during undergraduate years.” Alexander Astin, researcher and author

  • Beacon Tutoring Program

    Beacon Tutoring Program

    A Beacon tutor is a trained peer tutor who meets with you, the instructor, and then facilitates group study sessions with students in your class, focusing on the content… MORE >>

  • Class Info Sessions

    Class Info Sessions & Mini-Workshops

    Would you like an LSTC staff member to come and present our services and/or conduct a mini-workshop in your class?

    We would be very happy to do so. Please fill… MORE >>

  • Workshops

    Workshops

    The Learning Skills and Tutoring Center presents College Success Workshops that can help you achieve your goals at Sacramento City College. Check in for all workshops in LRC 144.

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  • Study Skills Handouts

    Study Skills Handouts

    Look for these handouts on the display rack in the Learning Skills and Tutoring Center located in Learning Resource Center, LRC 144

  • LTAT 92

    LTAT 92: Prerequisite Skills Assistance

    This course offers individualized instruction designed to help the student acquire or improve basic reading, language arts or arithmetic skills.

  • LTAT 300

    LTAT 300: Academic Skills

    The course is designed for students who want to improve their academic skills.

    Students will have an opportunity to assess their learning needs in order to develop and improve study… MORE >>

  • Tutoring Training Courses

    Tutor Training Courses

    This course meets the Title 5 requirement that “all tutors successfully complete instruction in tutoring methods and use of appropriate written and mediated instructional materials including supervised practice tutoring.”