Student Computing Center

Computing Center, OFTEC & CIS, students in classroom

Student Computing Center

Virtual Tutoring Center Hours

OFTEC, CIS & CNA Computing Tutoring

 

 

ALL ON CAMPUS CENTERS ARE CLOSED. PLEASE CONNECT WITH US VIRTUALLY VIA ZOOM!

 

Gain confidence and build skills in navigating the computer — from internet searches and file management to advanced formatting and computer programming. Our staff provides drop-in tutoring for any computer-related task or course.

 

Summer Tutoring Schedule by Subject

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

CIS

11am-2pm
(CIS185)

11am-3pm

11am-3pm

11am-3pm

CNA

11am-3pm
(CNA101-150)

11am-3pm
(CNA112,113,125)

11am-1pm
(CNA112,113,125)
1-3pm
(CNA101-150)

11am-3pm
(CNA112-125)

OFTEC & Other  

11am-3pm

11am-3pm

11am-3pm

11am-3pm

 

Frequently Asked Questions:

Where is the Computing Center?

Our physical location in building 34, rooms 102-105, is currently closed. However, you can meet live with a tutor in our Zoom room

What do I do when I get there?

When you enter the Virtual Tutoring Center, you will be greeted by one of our staff members, who will ask what kind of help you need and then place you in a breakout room with a tutor. It's that simple!

You will get the most of your session if you have your assignment and current progress open on the same device you use to access Zoom.

How much does it cost?

Nothing! All of the tutoring on campus is free.

Can I make an appointment?

No. Currently we only offer drop-in tutoring.

However, if you are in a Professional Technical program and need additional assistance in a course beyond drop-in tutoring, you may speak with your instructor about possibly arranging for a one-on-one Perkins tutor.

Who are the tutors?

Our tutors are a mix of current and former SPSCC students and qualified learning support technicians who have been specially trained in order to better serve you. Our staff expertise varies, with a balance of backgrounds in OFTEC (Office Technology and Administration), CIS (Computer Information Systems), and CNA (Computer Network Administration).

What if I can't come in when you are open?

Then eTutoring is a great option for you. Simply log in to the eTutoring site and interact live with a computer tutor specializing in Microsoft Office or web development. You can view the subject-specific online tutoring schedule once you are logged in to eTutoring.