Need to understand your assignment? Stuck on a problem or paper? Don’t know how to study? Working with a tutor can help you develop the confidence and skills you need to make the most of your time at GTCC.

The Center for Academic Engagement (CAE) provides one-on-one tutoring, a computer lab, and college success classes. Free tutoring is offered at all campus locations and online. As a student at GTCC, you are never alone on your path to academic success.

CAE Resources To help You Succeed

Student Meeting with Tutor Online Tutoring Service

GTCC students have access to 5 hours per semester of online tutoring sessions through  Access after you log into Moodle. The service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

If you need additional hours, please contact us at

Student in computer lab

Titan Hub

Need technology? The CAE provides a computer lab on the 3rd floor of the LRC that has study areas, printer and scanner capabilities, as well as Windows- and Mac-based computers. It is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Frequently Asked Questions

Tutors are professionals with proven expertise in their fields or GTCC students who have made excellent grades in the courses they tutor.

Peer tutors are available for a variety of career and technical courses, like aerospace and flight training, advertising/graphic design, dental hygiene, drafting, early childhood education, and radiography. Check our online schedule first. Go here to request a peer tutor or apply to be one.

  • Assignment instructions
  • Textbooks and/or other resources, like sources to write a paper
  • Calculator, if needed
  • Work you’ve completed so far
  • Work you’ve completed for previous assignments in the course, if any

Your tutor will answer your questions, help you study, give you feedback, and keep you engaged. You may work with the tutor in a group if there are others from the same course who need help, and you may have to wait for a tutor during peak times. We recommend you get tutoring early and often, and take breaks as you work. We don’t help with graded quizzes, tests, or exams. To drop off a paper for feedback, visit by logging into Moodle and going to the Tutoring block on the left side of the homepage.

We offer FREE tutoring to GTCC students in their college courses, including curriculum, career technical, adult basic education (5.0 level and up), and continuing education. We also help with scholarship essays, resumes, cover letters, and college application essays. Check our online schedule to view hours and locations.

The Titan Hub computer lab on the third floor of the LRC at the Jamestown campus is a great place to study and do homework and group work.

GTCC students also have access to 5 hours per semester of live chat tutoring and document review through Access after you log into Moodle. Look for the Tutoring block on the right side of the homepage.

You do not need an appointment. Check our online schedule to view our drop-in hours and locations. If you need a peer tutor for a career or technical course for which we do not currently offer tutoring, go here to request one. If you want to request help for curriculum subjects, email us at

All GTCC students, faculty, and staff have access to an online video training library called LinkedIn Learning, which provides training and tutorials on thousands of topics such as time management, writing, publishing, marketing, IT, web design, interviewing, and more.  These tutorials can help you with classroom assignments or personal or professional growth. To log in, look for LinkedIn Learning in the Portal.  You will be prompted to log into the GTCC portal with your GTCC user credentials.

GTCC students have five (5) free hours of online tutoring through tutoring hours must be used for college classes students are currently taking here at GTCC and cannot be transferred to friends or family members.  In addition, hours cannot be used for high school classes being taken by our Early Middle College students since the Early Middle College provides other resources and tutoring for these classes.

To access, log into Moodle using your GTCC credentials and look for the Tutoring block on the right.  Click on the picture to be taken to the service. You can also click this link and enter your Moodle credentials: Once the page opens, you'll need to put in the topic and subject you need help with, provide details about your assignment or a question you need help with, and click Connect to connect to a live tutor. also has a paper review service.  Tutors won't edit or proofread your work, but they will provide guidance and answer questions.