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Longview - Student Success Center

This guide explores all the resources available to MCC students through the Longview Student Success Center.

Contact Us at the Student Success Center

Spring Hours:

Monday            8:30am to 6pm

Tuesday           8:30am to 6pm

Wednesday      8:30am to 6pm

Thursday          8:30am to 6pm

Friday               8:30am to 12pm

 

 

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Zoom Information: 

Meeting ID: 995 6842 9730

Password: 574826

After-hours tutoring is available after 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday. To schedule an appointment for after-hours tutoring, please email us before 5:30 p.m. the workday before the requested date.

Welcome to Subject-Specific Tutoring!

Our subject-specific tutoring opportunities vary from semester to semester. Please see the Meet the Tutors section below to find what is available this semester. An appointment is suggested. Please contact us at LVLR.StudentSuccess@mcckc.edu or call 816-604-2245 to make arrangements or ask questions.

Mission Statement for Subject-Specific Tutoring

The mission of the Longview Student Success Center – Tutoring program is to promote student learning, enhance the chances for student success, and contribute to student retention through academic support inside and outside of the classroom.

What to Expect When Meeting with a Subject-Specific Tutor

Our subject-specific tutors are trained not only to know the course content of various classes, they are also trained on helping you use more effective strategies to learn. Their goal is help you build stronger study methods, prepare better for tests, and interact with the course material at a deeper level. When working with these tutors, be sure to ask any questions you have regarding the class as well as come ready to have an active and engaging conversation with your tutor.

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