Our primary service is tutoring, in many subject areas and in study and learning skills. T/LC services are provided free of charge to students currently enrolled in academic classes at Delta. You must have a Delta student ID or other picture ID to obtain walk-in tutoring.
Most tutoring is on a walk-in basis. Professional staff may occasionally make appointments to see students. Most general education courses, including math, biology, chemistry, CST, social sciences such as psychology or political science, humanities such as history, and English, are covered in staff hours and student tutor walk-in hours. Some courses may have Study Groups; Structured Learning Assistance is provided for ENG090, MTH092, and paired sections of MTH092/096.
Walk-in hours can be very busy, especially from about 10 am to 3 or 4 pm. You may get the help you need in just a few minutes. But if you have several questions or lots of work to do, you should plan on at least an hour. A walk-in tutor will probably work with you part of that time, and check with you periodically.
The T/LC cannot guarantee that tutoring can be provided for every Delta course, or that every subject will be covered at all times. If you are hoping to work with a particular tutor, phone the T/LC at 686-9314 to make sure that person is in before you make a special trip to campus!
T/LC tutors will not assist students with any take-home tests or quizzes. A test is the students' chance to demonstrate that they know, understand, and can apply the course concepts on their own.
- The Spring (May 12-June 30) Spring Tutoring Schedule is available. Spring hours are shorter, and people go on vacation, so check for updates! If you want to see a particular tutor, call 686-9314 before coming to campus. Please check regularly for updates!
- See LLIC hours for the T/LC hours.
T/LC Lab A-120
- The A-120 Lab has twelve stations and is open for student use during our normal hours.
- A-120 Lab is for academic and tutorial use only-- no personal e-mail, web surfing, music, videos, or games.
- The lab is occasionally reserved for classes. Times will be posted in the lab in advance.
- A-119, the "Little Lab," is reserved for users of Kurzweil Reader 3000, Dragon Naturally Speaking 6.0, and VistaScan v3.1. The "Little Lab" station has a scanner and speakers for use with these programs. These programs are also available on Station #1 in A-120.
- Kurzweil Reader (playback only) is available on all stations in A-120.
- All A-120 lab users must have a Delta College MyDelta name and password to access the computers and the network.
- T/LC staff can provide temporary network access when appropriate.
- All A-120 lab users must be signed in at the T/LC desk and have a sign-in card.
- All Delta College Electronic Resources Access and Use Guidelines must be observed.
- All A-120 lab users must respect the rights of other students to have a quiet environment conducive to study and learning.
- If you are using a program with an audio component, you may use your own headphones or obtain headphones from the Circulation Desk.
- To save your work in the lab, you can: 1) Save to a flash drive; 2) email files to yourself at your Delta email or other account; 3) save in the My Documents section at the bottom of your MyPortal site.
The C:\ drive is wiped when you log off! Check these other Computer Tips for College.
- A-120 printer is loaded with scrap paper. Use the Open Lab to print clean copies of class materials such as papers and reports.
Teaching/Learning Center, A110
1961 Delta Road
University Center, MI 48710