The Teaching and Learning Center

Location:   Library/Learning Resources Building, Third Floor & Room 322

TLC Services are free to all Moorpark College students. Services and resources include tutoring,  individual consultations, workshops, print materials, and learning software.

Tutoring

  • Math – During the summer, math tutors are available for drop-in assistance Monday-Thursday 10-6. See the Math Center web page for more details and the math center drop-in schedule for information about tutors who can assist with specific classes..
  • Writing – During the summer writing tutors are available by appointment Mondays 9-4, Tuesdays and Wednesdays 9-7, and Thursdays 9-2.  Drop-in help is available only when tutors have unused appointment slots.Tutors assist with writing across all subject areas, not just English.  For further details and to sign up for an appointment, visit the Writing Center web page.

For tutoring specific to other subjects::

 

We also contract with Pearson for Online Tutoring  across a wide variety of subjects.  Visit our online tutoring page for a list of subjects, hours of availability, and other service details.

 

Math Center

mcmc@vcccd.edu
805-378-1556

 Coordinator/Faculty
David Mayorga
dmayorga@vcccd.edu

Writing Center

mcwritingcenter@vcccd.edu
805-553-4850

 Coordinators/Faculty
Beth Gillis Smith
egillissmith@vcccd.edu
Tracy Tennenhouse
ttennenhouse@vcccd.edu

 

Deb Brackley, Tutorial Services Specialist, oversees course-embedded tutoring and tutoring for disciplines outside of math and writing. She also coordinates a number of other aspects of of the Teaching and Learning Center. She can be reached at deborah_brackley1@vcccd.edu or 805-553-4839.

 


Learning Center Outcomes

Students who use the Learning Center will be able to apply learning strategies and basic skills to succeed in college. The Learning Center enables students to:

  • Assess their learning needs and create individualized learning plans
  • Use resources to develop the college skills and/or achieve the goals of their learning plans;
  • Acquire skills that develop life-long learning habits
  • Apply learning strategies and basic skills to independently succeed in college.

Moorpark College is committed to providing an equal opportunity to students, employees, and the public, regardless of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, marital status, or veteran status.  Please call (805) 378-1403 or see the catalog for more detail.