Learning Lab and Tutoring Services at Colorado Mountain College in Steamboat Springs
The Learning Lab, located in Bristol 146, is the place to find regularly scheduled group tutoring sessions as well as a study center with access to computers.
Any current CMC student needing academic support has access to Professional and Peer tutors during specified times throughout the day. It has been proven by research that if students seek help early in the semester they are more likely to succeed.
Goals of the Tutorial Program:
- To create an inclusive, supportive atmosphere in which to learn.
- To build the student’s self confidence by providing positive learning experiences.
- To offer an academic support system in all subjects for those who seek assistance.
- To encourage independent learning in the student.
Please contact Susan Crites in Bristol 146, firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-870-4428, with questions or specific tutoring requests. The lab is open for student use and studying between 8 AM and 8PM MWF; TTH 8 AM – 6:30PM; Closed Saturday and Sunday.
Spring 2017 Tutoring Times by Subject in BR146: The Learning Lab
Accounting I and II/Business
Friday 10-12 noon
Anatomy & Physiology
Art: Open Studio Art
Friday 12-2pm (SB222)
Math, Algebra & Calculus through Differential Equations
Monday 11am-3:30pm (All)
Tuesday 9-11am (All), 12-1pm (Math through Algebra, only), 1-4:30pm (All)
Wednesday 11am-3:30pm (All)
Thursday 19-1pm (All); 1-3:30pm (Math through Algebra, only)
Wednesday 2:30-3:30 pm
Engineering and Solid Works
Monday 1-2:30pm (every other Monday starting Jan. 23rd)
Writing and English
Monday 10-11:30am (BR146) and 11:30-1pm in the Research and Writing Center (BR320)
Tuesday 11:30-1pm in the Research and Writing Center (BR320)
Wednesday 12:30-2:30pm (BR146)
Thursday 11:30-1pm in Research and Writing Center (BR320)
Students may also access CMC’s online tutoring service called Smarthinking. Access your Canvas link through Basecamp for instructions.
How many hours of tutoring may I access? As much as you need as long as you are a CMC student currently registered in classes for the semester.
Do I need to pay for tutoring? No.
May I access tutoring if I’m taking a web course? Yes. If your course is not on the schedule, then please contact Susan Crites.
What about individual tutoring? Individual tutoring is available for students who qualify through the TRiO Student Support Services.
What is a peer tutor? A peer tutor is a student or other person who excels in the course material.
I’m interested in becoming a peer tutor. What do I need to do? Fill out an application and bring to the Learning Lab along with the latest copy of your college transcript.
Download the current Tutoring Schedule (pdf) or see text version on this page.