Welcome to the Moorpark College

Teaching and Learning Center!

 

The TLC provides academic support (tutoring, workshops, etc.) through the math and science center, the writing center, and the course embedded tutor program in order to to help students achieve academic success. TLC Services are free to all Moorpark College students. 

COL M05 "Supervised Tutoring Across the Curriculum" 

Students who use the TLC will be enrolled in COL M05, "Supervised Tutoring across the Curriculum." COL M05 is a 0 unit course. It is not graded.  It does not appear on transcripts.  It is free to all currently registered Moorpark College students.

 

Students seeking math and science tutoring can “Drop-In” to our  online tutoring room anytime during our regularly scheduled hours. 

Drop-in Tutoring Link 

Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 10am-7pm
Friday: Closed
Saturday: 11am-2pm

 

For writing tutoring, please make an appointment for a one-on-one 45 minute appointment with a tutor via Zoom. 

https://mcwritingcenter.appointy.com/

NEW!! Drop in writing tutoring available Thursdays and Saturdays 11-2 pm: 

https://www.moorparkcollege.edu/departments/student-services/the-teaching-and-learning-center/writing-center/make-an-appointment

 

For drop-in tutoring in World Languages (French, Spanish) and ESL, go here: 

https://www.moorparkcollege.edu/departments/student-services/the-teaching-and-learning-center/life-sciences-foreign-languages     

 

Contact us:

 

Math and Science Center

mcmc@vcccd.edu
805-378-1556

Coordinators/Faculty
Rena Petrello renapetrello@vcccd.edu
Esther Kim ekim1@vcccd.edu

 

Writing Center

mcwritingcenter@vcccd.edu
805-553-4850

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

 

Course Embedded Tutoring (CET) Program

805-553-4839

Tutorial Services Specialist II
Emmanuel Guerrero emmanuel_guerrero1@vcccd.edu
 

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 college catalog for more detail.