Tutoring at Kingsborough Community College has transitioned from in-person to a distance learning model (online) for the remainder of the semester. This change is a direct response to the coronavirus threat in our area. We want to keep you safe, while still supporting you academically.
To sign-up for tutoring in Accounting, Behavioral Science, Biological Science, Computer Science, Mathematics & Physical Science.
- Log-in to inside.kingsborough.edu
- Click on tutoring
- Select the class you want tutoring in
- Select the day & time
- Confirm appointment by putting in your email & phone number
Once you confirm your appointment, a staff member will reach out to you with the online meeting instructions. We will be using the webex by Cisco app to deliver the online tutoring that you signed up for. Tutoring via inside.kbcc/webex will begin Thursday, March 19.
For Biology 11, Biology 12 & Science 25 tutoring, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign-up. Include your name, emplid # & course, and a staff member will reply back to you with tutoring availability.
To sign up for tutoring in writing, you can make an online appointment with a writing tutor by logging into Inside KCC and:
- Clicking on the Writing Tutorial Icon
- Selecting a day and time
- Confirming appointment by providing your name and phone number
Writing tutorials will be conducted through Webex or Zoom. Once you confirm your appointment, a staff member will reach put to you with a link to your online session.
Finally, we are working on creating Virtual Math Lab which will allow you to access Math support on a “walk-in” basis. We are hoping to begin tutoring the week of March 23.
For any other subject not listed, or 24/7 tutoring, you can request tutoring through tutor.com. Email email@example.com with your name, emplid #, and course(s) interested in receiving tutoring. Tutoring will begin Thursday, March 19.
The Center for Math and Technology provides a supportive and welcoming learning environment to all KCC students. Our highly qualified tutors are dedicated to providing reassurance and expert guidance to every student. By tailoring our services to each student's needs, and by ensuring access and availability to all students, the CMAT team fosters student success in mathematics and technology.
FREE WALK-IN TUTORING for:
KCC students currently enrolled in a math class
KCC students in classes with a math component such as Culinary Arts, Physical Sciences, Science 25, etc. and
KCC students currently enrolled in most CS and CP classes (Walk-in or sign up Inside KCC).
Spring and Fall
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
9:00 am 7:00 pm
9:00 am 7:00 pm
WHAT WE OFFER:
CMAT provides the following support services to students:
Workshop: CMAT's primary tutoring model is the Math Workshop. Free professional tutoring is available on a walk-in basis to any KCC student currently enrolled in a math class or a class with a math component (Culinary Arts, Physical Sciences, Nursing 17, Science 25, etc.). Tutors circulate among students as they work on their math problems; a tutor will usually work with a student 15 20 minutes before going to work with other students. Students utilizing the math workshop must present a valid KCC ID.
Math Computer Lab: CMAT has a Math Computer Lab (MCL) with 24 computers and a teacher's station. It is also available for current KCC math and computer science students, on a walk-in basis, who need to work on their computer programs or use the computers to do their homework. Students can utilize both the Workshop and the MCL
The MCL also supports computer-assisted tutoring. Presently, students participating in the Multiple Repeater program (Mat M100 and Mat M200) are required to complete their ALEKS assignments in the MCL.
Math Skills Lab (C206): The Math Skills Lab is used for many initiatives. Currently, in collaboration with Tutorial and Academic Support Services, Multiple Repeaters workshops are conducted for students who have taken Math M100 and Math M200, two or more times.