Piedmont Technical College offers free tutoring services to students for most academic subjects. Our tutors can also assist you with general study skills, time management, and note-taking skills that will help you in all of your courses.
In-person tutoring is available on the Greenwood Campus as well as other County Campuses and virtual sessions through Zoom or WebEx are also available upon request.
For assistance with Tutoring Services, please call (864) 941-8356 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Request Tutoring
To access individualized, one-on-one tutoring services, you will begin by completing the online request form.
Once your request is received, a tutor will be assigned and will contact you to arrange the first appointment. You will receive emails throughout the process confirming receipt of your request and once the tutor has been assigned.
Students schedule appointments in collaboration with their tutors to allow for as much flexibility as possible. It’s important to maintain contact with your tutor or the Tutoring Services staff if you need to cancel or reschedule an appointment.
Tutoring at the County Campuses
Requests for tutoring services at a non-Greenwood location should be done through the online form.
Every effort will be made to obtain a local tutor, but it may be necessary for the student to meet on the Greenwood Campus if a local tutor is not available.
While in-person tutoring is available, we will continue to offer tutoring sessions virtually, if requested by the student. Virtual tutoring sessions will be conducted through an online meeting platform like Zoom or WebEx. For best results, students requesting virtual tutoring should have a stable high-speed internet connection. Virtual tutoring requests are also made through the online form.
NetTutor is a comprehensive online tutoring service for most courses. To access NetTutor, log in to D2L, then click on the NetTutor link under "resources" on the homepage in D2L.
- How to use NetTutor: https://youtu.be/Vq6J84Sv2ro
- How to upload a paper to NetTutor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZiJZAurEd_o
PTC faculty offer open labs in math, English, and science in the TLC on the first floor of the K-building. Students can drop into these labs without an appointment to get help with their courses. Schedules are posted online each semester in the Passport to Success newsletter, found in the Academic Resources area of the website: https://www.ptc.edu/college-resources/academic-resources.