Tutorial Center Staff
The Tutorial Center members are happy to help you achieve your academic goals. We're here for you!
Jin Tsubota has been working as the Coordinator of the Tutorial Center since Fall 2018. Previously he has taught at the college, high school, and middle school level. In his spare time he gardens, plays soccer, and draws with his daughter.
Cheri Morrell has been working at the Tutoring Center for 10+ years scheduling thousands of students and dozens of tutors every year! In her spare time she gardens and spends time with her grandkids.
The tutors are the heart of the LPC tutorial program. Each semester we have between 30-75 tutors serving LPC students. We continue to hire throughout the semester as the need arises. Some of our tutors volunteer their time, others are being paid. All tutors receive training to do their job by taking the Tutoring Theory and Practice classes at three different levels. The tutors take their jobs seriously; therefore, LPC students who come to tutoring, find themselves learning and their grades improving throughout the semester. Our formula for success: Trained Tutors + Independent/Active Learners + Encouraging/Positive Environment = Educational Success.
How do I apply to be a tutor?
If you want to give back to your community, help others, and inspire your peers to become successful; all while having a flexible work schedule; then tutoring is right for you. Just click on this (link) to download and and fill out an application. The application can be filled out with Microsoft Word or Google Docs.
For more information please contact:
Tutoring Center: Room 2401
Call or text (925) 315-9311
Virtual Front Desk
Click on the LPC Tutoring/RAW link on the left-hand menu of Canvas to access our front desk. Online front desk hours can be found on our schedule.
To receive free tutoring, you must be a current LPC student and registered in the LPC class for which you need assistance. On CLASSWeb, please sign up for
- NTUT 200 (CRN 23075), NTUT is
- non credit,
- ungraded, and
- it doesn't even show up on your official transcript