Tutoring is available in the lab for students enrolled in both Graphic Communication (GCOM) and Engineering Design Technology (EDT) courses. Hours of availability for specialized EDT tutoring vary each semester. Call us or stop by for more information.
Technology Building, TEC 109
|Mon – Thu||8am-9pm|
Athletic Study Skills Lab
Business & CIS Division
Open to Los Rios students enrolled in Business & CIS Department courses at SCC.
The Business Division Open Computer Lab offers free tutoring to Business Division students in a variety of CIS subjects and other computer-related topics on a first-come / first-served basis.
Business Building, BUS 151, 1st Floor
|Mon – Thu||8am-8:15pm|
Business Student Center
The Business Student Center offers free drop-in tutoring to SCC Business Division students in Accounting, Economics, and specific business courses.
The lab provides textbooks and manuals, study skills suggestions for various subjects, and computers available for students to do homework or perform internet research.
Business Building, BUS 153C, 1st Floor
Language and Literature Computer Lab
This lab (RS 326) offers support for students conducting research and writing papers. It both accommodates scheduled classes and offers drop-in times. Any SCC student may use the lab during drop-in times.
Installed programs include only Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.
Rodda Hall South, RHS 326, 3rd Floor
|August 25 – December 17, 2017|
|Mon – Thu||8am-4pm|
Check the posted schedule near the door. The lab is usually closed on Fridays for drop-in use.
Open to SCC students majoring in mathematics, engineering, and science.
Rodda Hall South, RHS 122, 1st Floor
Tutoring is available for vocational programs such as Dental Hygiene and Electronic Technology at various campus locations. Vocational course instructors will provide information about this tutoring to their classes.
The English Reading Lab (located in RHS 329) houses ENGLB 55, a credit/no credit course with its own text and computer practice materials provided in lab. It is designed primarily to support the students in the four levels of (primarily native-speaker) Reading classes (ENGRD 10, ENGRD 11, ENGRD 110, and ENGRD 310). However, students may enroll independently in ENGLB 55, whether or not they are co-enrolled in a Reading course.
Students wanting homework help on a drop-in basis may come during “open lab.” Contact the Reading Lab for the current semester’s “open Lab” sections. The lab offers practice in all areas of reading comprehension (identifying the main idea, making inferences, etc.) and in vocabulary development. Tutors are available to provide one-on-one help to students as they do their lab practice work.
Rodda Hall South, RHS 329, 3rd Floor
Hours vary – check posted schedule.