The Teaching and Learning Center

All Moorpark College Tutoring is Now Occurring Online!

All levels of Mathematics All levels of Physics All levels of Chemistry
All levels of Engineering Accounting Anatomy/Physiology
Biology Computer Science (C++ & Java) ESL
French Japanese Logic
Psychology Spanish Writing across all disciplines


For Math, Science, Life Science, or Foreign Language tutoring, go here:

Drop-In One-On-One Tutoring: Students who need tutoring will “Drop-In” to our one-on-one online tutoring room anytime during our regularly scheduled hours Summer Session II hours Monday-Thursday 12pm-6pm. Closed Fridays. Please share the link to the Drop-In One-On-One tutoring room with your students: 

The moderator of the room will ask the student who joins the room what subject they need help in and subsequently pair the student with a tutor of that subject area into a private breakout room within ConferZoom. Drop-In One-On-One Tutoring includes the following subjects:

For writing tutoring, go here:


For student online support (non-tutoring) visit:


Question: "When do I log-in to receive tutoring in my course?"

Answer: Tutoring for all Math courses with levels up to Calculus I will be available during all hours of operation: Summer Session II hours Mon-Thurs. 12pm-6pm, Fridays closed.

Tutoring for all Chemistry 1A courses will be available during all hours of operation: Summer Session II hours Mon-Thurs. 12pm-6pm, Fridays closed.

For tutoring in all other courses, please see the schedule which will be regularly updated as time goes on:


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



Math Center

Writing Center

Course Embedded Tutoring (CET) Program


Rena Petrello
Greg Gaines
Beth Gillis Smith
Tracy Tennenhouse
Tutorial Services Specialist II
Deb Brackley
Emmanuel Guerrero




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.