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Current Subjects Offered

Fall 2023:

  • Math (20-112)(241-251)
  • Physics
  • Writing (121-122)
  • English
  • Music
  • Chemistry (104)
  • Nursing (online and in person)

Scroll over the calendar on the right to see what tutor's are available in each subject and when you can find them at the tutoring center.

You may also set up an appointment with one of our tutors by clicking on the tutor's time on the calendar. If you have any questions about this process, contact the Tutoring Coordinator at, click the blue chat button above, or call 541-440-7831.

Become a Tutor!

We would love for you to work with us! Tutoring jobs are paid positions available to students who show strength in the courses they would like to tutor. 

Tutors can be either Umpqua Community College students taking at least six credits each term or non students who can demonstrate their expertise in the subject matter they desire to tutor.. 

Preferred candidates demonstrate these additional qualities:  

  • Interest in helping other students
  • Willingness for personal growth 

If you are considering becoming a tutor, please contact the Tutoring Coordinator, and they will help you through the application process.

To see more details about the available tutor times above, just hover over the tutor session you are interested in.

If you would like to set up an appointment, in the calendar above, click on the Tutor you wish to make an appointment with and fill out the registration information. You DO NOT need to make an appointment if you are going to come in for an in person tutoring session. You can just drop-in anytime during the hours in which the tutor for your subject that you need help with is available.

If you would like to set up a Zoom tutoring session, you DO need to register with one of our tutors. So, follow the instructions above to set up an appointment and make sure you indicate that you would like an online tutoring session.

The Tutoring Center provides tutoring services for UCC students.

  1. Meet with a UCC tutor:
    • The full schedule of tutors is listed in the tutoring calendar.
    • These hours vary during the term and in the intersession.
    • Subjects covered by tutors may vary term to term.

We Can Help You

  • Become a more confident, successful, independent learner
  • Develop your understanding and skills in a number of courses
  • Improve your time management, note-taking, and test-taking skills


Contact us at  

UCC Tutoring Center Desk
(541) 440-7831


The Tutoring Center maintains the right to ask persons who do not follow the UCC Student Code of Conduct and these rules of conduct to leave the Sue Shaffer Teaching & Learning Center/Library.

  • No cell phone use in the Tutoring Center.
  • No unattended children under the age of 12.
  • No one under the age of 16 allowed in the computer lab (unless an enrolled UCC student.)
  • No entering or exiting through doors labeled "personnel only" or "emergency exit", except in a case of emergency.
  • When using the Tutoring Center computers, abide by the rules and procedures established for the area.
  • Snacks that aren't messy or smelly and drinks are allowed in the Tutoring Center, except in the computer areas.

Tutoring Can Help You:

  • Become a more confident, successful, independent learner
  • Develop your understanding and skills in a number of courses
  • Improve your time management, note-taking, and test-taking skills

What Tutors CAN Do:

  • Review and explain assignments.
  • Facilitate understanding and utilization of textbooks.
  • Clarify information presented by the instructor.
  • Assist with review and edit of written papers.
  • Give tips on studying and note-taking.

What Tutors CANNOT Do:

  • Teach material that is (or isn't) presented in class. Peer tutors are not instructors, if you are in need of an instructor, you need to make a special appointment with one of our Faculty Tutors or make an appointment with your instructor.
  • Write speeches or term papers for students. 
  • Do another student's homework.
  • Contact instructors to find out what is being taught in every class. If they are not busy, they may go with a student to their instructor if they do not know the material.
  • Give advice on anything other than what subjects they tutor. There are other resources on campus that we can direct you to if you need help with anything else.

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