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 Tutoring - Academic Support Services

Donyel Hill
Director of Academic Support Services
 

Kennedy-King's Academic Support Center offers free tutoring and academic support services to assist students in achieving personal and academic success. Tutors are available in a wide variety of subjects to assist students through one-on-one and group tutoring sessions. We encourage any student to seek tutoring to gain a deeper comprehension of course content and to enhance learning development.             

Tutoring Services            

Taking advantage of tutoring services is quick and easy.     ​​        

Kennedy King College is offering online tutoring for the ​      

Fall Semester: Starting August 31st, 2020. 


 

Taking advantage of our online tutoring services is quick and easy.        

Drop-in to the KKC Virtual Tutoring Room for Immediate Assistance      

Join our virtual tutor room for immediate tutoring assistance:    

https://cccedu.zoom.us/j/3167278173​    

Monday- Thursday 9:00am--6:00pm​    

Friday 9:00am-2:00pm 

 Check tutor availability or make an appointment using Navigate.  https://www.ccc.edu/menu/Pages/Navigate.aspx. On your homepage, you'll see your courses listed and a link to schedule a tutoring appointment. You can find drop-in tutoring services or make an appointment.         

What Tutors Expect From Students

  1. Don’t procrastinate. We are happy to assist you with study prep, note taking, brainstorming, and final revisions, but please do not wait until the last minute to request tutoring services. It is important to remember that tutoring sessions are limited in time, so plan accordingly.
  2. Come prepared to tutoring sessions. Bring any relevant textbooks, syllabi, class materials, notes, and papers. It is easier for the tutors to provide excellent tutoring service if you bring the appropriate materials to a tutoring session. Additionally, it is important for your tutor to refer back to any relevant materials provided by your instructor.
  3. Read your textbook and any relevant material provided by your instructor. It is difficult for you to understand the course material if you have not read assigned pages from the textbook. Additionally, the tutors cannot provide assistance if you have not read the appropriate material(s).
  4. Come with a plan and questions. Know what material you would like to cover within that tutoring session. Actively participate in the tutoring sessions by having a list of questions to ask your assigned tutor.
  5. Tutors will not do your homework for you. We strongly encourage you to attempt to complete your assignment prior to requesting a tutor so you can take note of specific concepts where you need help. You and your tutor can review these concepts and work through similar problems. However, the tutor cannot do your homework for you nor help you with take-home tests, quizzes, or projects.
  6. Be Respectful. Do not talk on your cell phone or cause distractions while working with your assigned tutor.       

Tell us about your visit. Take the KKC Tutoring Satisfaction Survey!  ​


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Faculty & Staff

Donyel Hill ​(773) 602-5434 ​Dhill194@ccc.edu​
Y156
Jo'Van Harrison ​(773) 602-5229 jharrison5@ccc.edu ​Y158
Elizabeth Jones ​(773) 602-3753 evjones@ccc.edu ​Y161
    

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Contact Information

Phone: 
(773) 602-5020
Fax: 
 
6301 S Halsted St.
Building Y , Room 161
Chicago , IL 60621
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Hours

Monday-Thursday, 9:00a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Friday 9:00am-2:00pm

Publications

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Other Resources

Tutoring Centers & Subjects                 

GradesFirst Tutoring Services User Guide          

CDL Online Tutoring Services                 

                  

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

Understanding Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)                 

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Holds & Alerts                 

Appeal My Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Hold                 

How to Avoid Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Holds & Alerts                 

Grade Point Average (GPA) Requirements for Skills Students