Tutoring Services

All students attending Anoka Technical College are encouraged to take advantage of our free tutoring services. Tutors provide encouragement, and will help you develop skills and strategies to succeed in college.

Peer tutors are available to work with students on a walk-in basis. Just stop by the Student Success Center, Rm 190 -- no appointment is necessary. Check the tutoring schedule posted in the Student Success Center for dates/times that specific Peer tutors are available.

If you want to request one-on-one service with a peer tutor (based on availability), please complete the Student Request Form PDF to receive peer tutoring services.

What programs/subjects are covered by tutors?

Peer tutors are available for most programs and subject areas including:

  • MS Office Suite
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Heath Information Technology (HIT)
  • Administrative Support Careers
  • Practical Nursing
  • Biology
  • A & P (health)
  • A & P I & II
  • Med Term
  • Pharmacology
  • ICD 9 & 10

Check the tutoring schedule in the Student Success Center for dates/times that specific tutors are available.

 

How do I get started?

Stop by the Student Success Center in Room 190 to view the most current tutoring schedule. Walk-ins are welcome, there is no need for an appointment. Informal study groups meet routinely.

Can I work with a peer tutor one-on-one?

Yes, depending on availability. Pick up a Request for Peer Tutor Services form in the Student Success Center (Room 190) or download the request form PDF. Peer Tutor Coordinator Julie Packer will contact you to schedule sessions depending on peer tutor availability.

Who are the peer tutors?

Peer tutors are fellow students enrolled in the same program as you. They are recommended by faculty as having exceptional knowledge and skills in their area of study. Trained peer tutors have a welcoming attitude and enjoy working with other students.

Can I get computer help from a tutor?

Yes. Peer tutors can help you acquire basic computer skills such as learning to use the mouse, or accessing, printing, or saving files in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, or PowerPoint.

Peer tutors can also help you learn to use the Internet to check your e-mail account or use your Desire2Learn (D2L) account.

What technical programs offer peer tutoring?

Peer Tutors are available for most programs. Stop by the Student Success Center in Room 190 to view the latest listing. If you have questions or concerns stop by to visit Peer Tutor Coordinator Julie Packer in Room 190-C.

How can I become a peer tutor?

All potential Peer Tutors must be recommended by faculty to tutor for their program. Students can begin the application process by submitting the Faculty Recommendation for Peer Tutor Position form to their program faculty.

Can faculty recommend students to be tutors?

Contact

Peer Tutoring Coordinator
Student Success Center
Rm 190-C
763-576-4700763-576-4069