Tutoring

Mission

The mission of the GMC Tutoring Center is to serve as a center for learning assistance, providing a support structure that allows students to gain self-confidence and independence in their academic work. The ultimate purpose of tutoring is to create independent learners.

GMC offers FREE tutoring to all students. Contact your campus tutoring center to inquire about the types of tutoring available for you.

Hours

Tutor schedules vary each quarter; please contact your campus to determine the tutoring schedule for the current term.

Augusta: 

  • Library hours are from 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM on Monday through Thursday and from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Fridays.
  • Most tutors are full time faculty members and can assist students in a variety of subjects.
  • Students can sign up for tutoring session at the library.

Columbus:

  • Students can receive tutoring in the Columbus Campus Student Learning Center – Room 203
  • Tutoring is available for English and math.  English tutors can also assist with editing writing assignments for other disciplines.
  • The tutoring schedule changes quarterly and is available at multiple locations on campus. 

Dublin: 

  • Students may ask the front desk for more information about the tutoring schedule.
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Eastman:

  • Students may check the posted tutoring hours outside of the Library for the most up to date tutoring hours for that quarter.
  • Tutors are able to help in any subject available to students.
  • For any assistance on tutoring or setting up a tutoring schedule, please call GMC-Eastman Campus at (478) 220-3014. Click here for tutoring schedule.

Fairburn: 

  • Tutoring hours are from 10:30 AM to 1:30PM and 2:30 PM to 6:00 PM.
  • The Math Lab provides tutoring for all LSS math courses and college algebra.
  • The Learnign/Writing Lab provides tutoring for courses such as English, history, political science, Spanish. writing, and biology.
  • Students also have access to computer for research, word processing, and printing in the Learning/Writing Lab.

Fayetteville:

  • Scheduling for tutoring sessions will be updated and posted to the webpage each quarter.
  • Click here for schedule.

Milledgeville: 

  • Tutoring is available daily for English, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, and other subjects.
  • Tutoring center is located in Zell-Miller Hall Room 122.
  • Hours of operation: Monday through Thursday 8 AM to 9PM, Friday 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM, Sunday evening 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM.
  • If students have any questions they can contact Terri Davis at tdavis@gmc.edu or (478)-378-4959.
  • Tutoring is free and no appointment is necessary. Check the schedule and drop by.

Online:

  • Students can access free tutoring services anytime through their Moodle account.
  • If students have question they may ask through Smarthinking.

Valdosta: 

  • Students can recieve help from many tutors who have years of experience in teaching and helping students
  • Students may contact their academic advisor for question regarding tutoring and can set up their own tutoring hours accordingly
  • Click here for Tutoring Schedule

Warner Robins: Click here for the Spring Schedule

Madison

  • Students are encouraged to utilize GMC's free tutoring services when needed.

Sandersville

  • Students are encouraged to utilize GMC's free tutoring services when needed.

Stone Mountain

  • Students are encouraged to utilize GMC's free tutoring services when needed.

At the Tutoring Center, you have access to computers with internet acces and Microsoft Office programs including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

 

Student Resources

Each student processes information different ways and are encouraged to discover which learning styles best suits them.

Khan Academy is an online tutoring website that offers practice problems, instructional video, and a personalized learning dashboard that allows students to learn and study at their own pace.

Students who visit the GMC library have access to the faculty as well as a variety of academic text in order to better prepare them for their classes and studies.

Bloom’s Taxonomy is an essential part of students being able to see what is required in order to achieve a higher level of thinking so they may improve their studying methods.

Students can also pick up helpful tips on how to work with a tutor since not every student is accustomed to working with a tutor.

 

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