Tutoring Program

Looking for a Tutor?

Professional Tutoring provided by Associated Student Government (ASG)

Peer and Professional Tutoring Blackboard CollaborateTutoring (online)

Tutor Schedule

Tutoring is also available through Blackboard Collaborate Instant Messaging online.  

FREE Tutoring Resources

Smarthinking Online Tutoring

Students have access to many online resources that are free and provide support in a variety of subjects.  Below is a list of valid websites.



http://wps.prenhall.com/hss_understand_plagiarism_1/  Plagiarism Tutorial

http://www.wtamu.edu/academic/anns/mps/math/mathlab/ (Free West Texas A&M Virtual Math Lab)

http://studygs.net/ -- Study Guides and Strategies Website in multiple languages:

  • learning/studying
  • time/project management
  • reading/research
  • writing
  • memorizing/testing
  • teaching
  • math










Tutoring is also available online via smarthinking.  Log into bmcconline.org to connect.  For more information, check out this Student Information Guide.

STUDENTS - Want to become a peer tutor?

People who would like to tutor may apply at any time. Tutors should possess the ability to work with students from diverse backgrounds, provide content area assistance, work collaboratively with other tutors, faculty, and staff, and the ability to work with one or more students in a tutoring session.


  • Must agree to complete Tutor Training course
  • Must be a degree-seeking BMCC Student and currently enrolled in at least 6 BMCC credits
  • Must have recommendation from BMCC faculty member
  • Must have successfully completed the course to be tutored with an "A" or "B". 
  • Must maintain a 3.0 GPA or above

To review the position description and apply, refer to Jobs for Students. Submit the application and additional forms to Cindy Womack in the Student Learning Center - Pendleton.