To participate in the ACCESS 1-to-1 tutorial program, a student must be referred by counselors in either the Disability Services Office (DSO) or the TRIO/SOAR grant program.
1. If you register for classes through the Disability Services Office, your DSO counselor will print out a tutoring referral which must be activated as follows: - Bring the referral sheet to the front desk of The Learning Center located in M216. - Sign in on the ACCESS 1-to-1 Tutorial Log Book. All tutoring requests are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. - Complete your schedule of availability for tutoring on the referral sheet. - Provide the desk personnel with a copy of your class schedule. - Complete a
Inventory (LSPI). This questionnaire gives you a chance to inform our staff of your learning needs and preferences, so we are able to serve you better.
- Keep Terri Nelson's business card and the attached tutor appointment reminder slip in a safe place. - When an ACCESS 1-to-1 tutor calls you a few days before the first day of the semester, write the date/time of your first session on the appointment reminder slip. - Contact
Terri Nelson by phone or e-mail if you have not heard from a tutor by the first day of class.
2. If you register for classes through the TRIO/SOAR program, their counselors may - at their discretion - recommend a tutor referral to the ACCESS 1-to-1 program. Check with the SOAR program counselors and tutor coordinator for more details.
When requesting either a new or replacement Richland student ID card, you will be asked to show a paid Registration fee receipt and picture ID.
For those students requiring flexible tutoring schedules or additional help outside their weekly one-to-one appointment, you may wish to use one of the following resources located in our tutoring area: - ACCESS 1-to-1
drop-in lab (please check the bulletin board in the ACCESS 1-to-1 area for our current drop-in lab schedule). -
Math Made Easy PowerPoint slides which simplify concepts covered in Developmental Math 090 through 099 and Math1414 - Adaptive technology including JAWS, ZoomText, and Kurzweil 3000 - Hands-on math manipulatives - Math videos and VCR player
You may also use other resources provided in the TLC as follows (ask the front desk personnel for more information): - TLC Math Lab, Writing Center, Accounting & Economics Lab, History/Government Lab, Language Lab - Connections Workshops (Study Skills and Math) - Science Corner (actually located in upstairs Sabine Hall) -
Hubbard Robinson Math Tutorials or Grammar Tools (maintained by software license on all TLC computers)