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Baker Center for Learning

Regular Hours

Not all services are available at all times.

Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m.–7p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m.–4 p.m.

607.844.8211, Ext. 4414
E-mail the Baker Center

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Tutoring Assistance

 

What Do We Help With?

Help is available in many subject areas including:



Anthropology


Chemistry


Math

 
Accounting Criminal Justice Meteorology Using TC3's
Art Economics Philosophy Tutoring Services
Astronomy English Physics is EASY!
Biology ESOL Psychology Click to check out the
Business French Sociology Simple Rules!
CAPS Geology Spanish  
CIS History Writing  
CSCI Human Services    

If you don't see what you're looking for, PLEASE ASK!

Tutoring is available in several locations.

Check tutoring schedules for subject specific hours and locations.

Phone ahead to verify that your desired subject will be covered at the time you plan to be here as schedules change occasionally due to illness.

We also offer online tutoring for those who can’t make it to campus when our tutors are here or for those who need additional assistance after hours!

Study Skills Assistance

Baker Center tutors are available to help you with study skills. Remember, our student tutors have already completed the required classes (they may have even had the same professor!) and are ready and willing to help you find new study skills techniques. More information and handouts are available at the Study Skills Assistance page. Call 607.844.8222, Ext. 4414 or E-mail the Baker Center to schedule an appointment with one of our professionals.

Click here for a block schedule page or a 24/7 schedule sheet to help you get organized.

What Does it Cost?

Tutoring is free to current TC3 students on a drop-in, first-come, first-served basis. We do ask students to sign in (and out) so that we can keep data on our services and receive some state funding for the time they spend with us.

What Should I Do Before Asking For Tutorial Services?

  • Come On In: You are welcome to come into one of the tutoring areas to study or work on homework. Please bring your ID. Sign in when you arrive and out when you leave.
  • Come Prepared: Before asking for help, spend some time with your work so that you have a better sense of what you need help with.
  • Take an Active Role in Tutoring. Don’t expect to sit back and "leave the driving to us." You will learn more when you are an active participant so let us guide you and not drive you. Bring your assignment sheet also.
  • Be patient and respectful toward the tutors and other tutees. We will try to help everyone who comes in for help, but at times, you might have to wait a few minutes. Try to plan enough time in your schedule.

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