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Drop-In Tutoring Hours & Locations

We offer drop-in tutoring at the following three campuses:

  • Greeley
  • Fort Lupton
  • Loveland

Tutoring Hours and Locations

Online Tutoring

Need assistance but can't make it in to the Learning Commons?

Receive tutoring assistance online during our designated hours. Limited to certain subjects. Hours vary by subject.

Online Tutoring


About Us

Tutoring Services


Julie Luekenga - Director

Academic Resource Center

Greeley Campus, College Center

Learning Commons


Individual Tutoring

Need some one-on-one help? We may have a tutor for your subject.

  1. Complete the Request for Individual Tutoring Form (see below).
  2. Turn in your completed form to the Learning Commons.
  3. Check your email for communications from us.

We also offer study skills sessions with our Success Coaches. We can assist you with time management, note taking, test preparation, effective studying, and more! 

  1. Complete the Study Skills Request Form (see below).
  2. Turn in your completed form to the Learning Commons.
  3. Check your email for communications from us.

Application for Individual Tutoring Form

Study Skills Request Form


Guided Study Groups

We encourage students to form study groups. Studies show that students learn best from each other.

Do you have a study group? If your study group needs a boost, contact Tutoring Services. We can assist in providing a tutor to guide and direct your study group.

Faculty Corners

These are groups led by faculty to provide drop-in assistance to students. Hours and locations vary. Not all subjects are provided.

Faculty Corners: Hours & Locations

Other Support Services

Interested in what other programs are available on campus for additional assistance?

You may qualify for one or more of the following:


Disability Access Services

Student Support Services (TRIO)



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Looking for other resources on a particular subject?  We may just have the book you are looking for in our LibGuides.


Textbook Online Resources

Did you know that with the purchase of a new textbook, you will acquire free access to your textbook's companion website?

These companion websites contain everything from chapter outlines to quizzes to supplementary materials (animations, cross-word puzzles, etc.). When it comes  to understanding the course material, the companion website is often your best resource.  


Our Philosophy

Tutoring Services encourages cooperation between students, faculty and tutors. 

We maintain that the student holds responsibility for learning in the following ways:

1.  Work through concepts and assignments prior to seeking tutoring

2.  Communicate with faculty, attend "Faculty Corners," visit during office hours

3.  Form study groups with other students; attend Supplemental Instruction (SI) sessions or Guided Study Groups (GSG), if available

4.  Visit drop-in tutoring (Writing Center, Math and Science)

5.  Apply for individual tutoring, if needed, after seeking assistance through other methods listed above

6.  Use appropriate time management



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