The goal of tutoring at Wenatchee Valley College is to provide supplemental instructional support. Tutoring services on the Wenatchee campus and on the Omak campus meet that goal by providing a dynamic, collaborative learning opportunity that enhances the educational experience at WVC.
Tutoring services are available free of charge to all WVC students currently enrolled in classes for which tutoring is requested, regardless of the number of credits.
The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) at Wenatchee Valley College is a federally funded* program designed to help students from migrant and seasonal farmworking backgrounds during their first year of college. It provides academic and financial support services to empower students so they have a strong foundation to build upon as they work toward a bachelor's degree.
CAMP also collaborates with college instructors, student services and community-based organizations to improve educational opportunities for all students to be successful.
Phone: (509) 682-6973
All currently enrolled WVC students are eligible to use the FREE online tutoring service offered by a group of colleges in Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Live online tutoring is available for:
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Engineering (Circuits & Digital Systems)
- Mathematics (Developmental through Trigonometry)
- MS Office
- Outpatient Medical Coding
- Pathophysiology & Pharmacology
- Web Development (xHTML, CSS, and Adobe Dreamweaver)
To access online tutoring, you will need your student ID number. You can start right now!
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Wenatchee Valley College offers free, drop-in, in-person and on-line tutoring to all WVC math students. Ask your math instructor for your Math Center Canvas link.
- In-person tutoring is available in Wenatchi Hall, Room 2205
- Current hours of operation for in-person tutoring:
- Monday through Thursday, 8:00 am to 3:00 pm
- Friday, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
- Check the Math Center Course Calendar for updates.
- On-line tutoring is available via Zoom Room.
- On-line hours vary. Most occur in the evenings and some Saturdays.
- The Math Center Canvas Course Calendar contains a detailed, daily schedule as well as the Zoom links.
For more information feel free to write or call:
- Jackie Browning, Coordinator
WVC Math Center
Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) offers academic and professional support services to qualifying students who intend to transfer to four-year universities in pursuit of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) majors.
MESA students have access to a dedicated student center (located in Eller-Fox 3016), available Monday-Friday, where they can gather to study, meet with tutors, make new friends and engage in science. At the MESA center, students have access to computers, whiteboards, a refrigerator and microwave, and copies of the latest STEM textbooks. MESA students will also find noteworthy science news and internship opportunities posted at the center.
Currently, we are offering all tutoring services online. Please see the eTutoring tab for more information.
Student Grants and Transitional Studies Lab
The Wenatchee Valley College Student Grants and Transitional Studies Department Lab serve students of WVC with financial and academic supports. AmeriCorps National Service Volunteers serving at Wenatchee Valley College are Mentors/Tutors that will provide full-time tutoring and assist students with FAFSA/WAFSA applications, scholarship applications, technical help, and other resources that may help students make their college experience successful.
In-person tutoring and academic support:
Meet with a mentor/tutor in person Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5 p.m. in Mish ee twie (MET) 1132 or contact tutor/mentor via email to meet at a specific date and time.
AmeriCorps National Service Volunteer & WVC Mentor/Tutor: Donna Henderson
AmeriCorps National Service Volunteer & WVC Mentor/Tutor: Yatzari Martinez-Guerra
Since 2015 TRIO Student Support Services at Wenatchee Valley College has provided academic and other support services to over 400 students. We helps students persist, graduate, and transfer to a four-year institution. WVC's TRIO SSS team provides individualized support to 140 participants every academic year. We cover topics such as: financial literacy, tutoring, academic advising, transfer assistance, career planning, and more. Our participants are first-generation (parents do not have a bachelor's degree), meet federal income requirements, and/OR have a documented disability. Nearly half of WVC students are eligible to participate in TRIO SSS. All students who are interested in a bachelor's degree are encouraged to apply or complete our eligibility quiz below. Our staff make efforts to help students identify other resources if they are not eligible for TRIO SSS.
The Write Lab provides tutoring services for writing you have been assigned by your WVC instructors (no matter the class). Also, you can receive help with college application letters or scholarship applications like the WVC Foundation’s general application. Tutors can help you plan your writing, cite your writing, and/or help you revise your writing before you submit your final draft. Whatever questions you have about your writing, ask them. They will help.
To find out more about the Write Lab
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