Texas Community Colleges
Student Success Tutoring Program

Free Tutoring for All WTC Students
About Tutoring
When you have a question or are stuck on a problem, a tutor can help guide you through the reasoning and resources to find the solution. Western Texas College offers face-to-face and online tutoring at no charge to students. Tutoring is provided by study team members to all currently enrolled WTC students in most academic courses. Study team members are primarily peer tutors (WTC students). 
Tuesday Night Study Hall & Tutoring

in the LRC/Library, Building 2, 2nd Floor
Every Tuesday night during the semester
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Tutors are on hand to help or just study with the group!
All WTC Students are welcome to attend!
Request a Tutor
If you need help with homework, you can make an appointment with one of our WTC study team members. Study sessions can be face-to-face or virtual. All face-to-face tutoring will take place in the Library on the 2nd floor. Virtual tutoring will take place through Google Meets.
To schedule a study session:
1. Click on the subject you need assistance with below
2. Choose a tutor
3. Schedule a day and time that works best for you
4. Fill out your information AND choose which course you are currently enrolled in
5. Click "schedule event," and you are all set!
If you cannot find your course subject or need more assistance, please reach out to us at study@wtc.edu
English - In-Person
English - Virtual
History/Government - In-Person
History/Government - Virtual
Math - In-Person
Math - Virtual
Science - In-Person
Science - Virtual
Other Classes Not Listed Above
Writing Lab
Need help writing a paper? Or work on your reading skills? The Writing Lab offers personalized one-on-one tutoring specific to your needs. Click below to schedule your session, in-person or virtual.
Writing Lab - In-Person
Writing Lab - Virtual

Become a Tutor 

Are you interested in becoming a tutor? Pick up an application in the Student Success Office in the Library (Building 2, Room 211). 

For more information, contact:

Melissa Perryman
Director of Student Success
LRC/Library Bldg. 2, Rm. 211