Tutorial center offers help to Georgia Highlands students

Stacey Moffett

A GHC tutor helps a student understand a specific concept. File photo.

A GHC tutor helps a student understand a specific concept. File photo.

Students who are struggling to keep up with their classes may get help at any of the GHC tutorial centers according to Jennifer Hicks, director of tutoring.

With various hours and no additional cost to students, tutors can help with a wide range of subjects. On most campuses the subjects include math, science and English. At the Floyd campus, tutors can help in more subjects such as chemistry, Spanish and geology. The tutorial centers are open during fall break also.

Hicks said, “I want to shed any stigma attached to tutoring by letting everyone know ‘smart’ students utilize the tutorial center. We help students become independent learners and can be a beneficial part of a student’s learning team.”

Students can visit http://www.highlands.edu/site/tutorial-center to view all the tutorial center hours on each campus, as well as the specialty areas of the individual tutors.