Learning and Tutoring Center
You have been to class. You have taken all of the notes. You have the assignment, but you do not know where to begin. Maybe you are just having a hard time putting it all together. You need FREE TUTORING!
That is where the Learning and Tutoring Center can help. All of our tutors are experts in their fields. Many of our tutors are students themselves (if not, they were at one time), so they know how to explain the solution in a way that you will be able to understand.
Don’t Struggle With Classwork –
We Are Here To Help
We have a CRLA-certified Learning and Tutoring Center located on each of Perimeter College’s five campuses where we provide academic support in mathematics, reading, writing, science, and more. In addition to our face-to-face tutoring services, we provide a variety of other services and resources to accommodate student needs.
Please visit or contact us if you:
- Are having problems understanding class assignments.
- Need to improve your skills.
- Are preparing for the Entrance Exam.
- Need access to handouts or computer-based resources to help improve your skills.
- Are looking for a comfortable, supportive study environment that offers tutors, computers, and other instructional resources all in one location.
- Want to polish your resumes, cover letters, and applications.
We have something for everyone. We are here to serve you.
Alpharetta, Clarkston, Decatur, Dunwoody, Newton
- LTC Locations & Hours
- Tutoring Schedules
- Grammar and Writing Handouts & Quizzes
- Math and Science Handouts
- Math Entrance Exam Preparation
- Writing/Reading Entrance Exam Preparation
- Online Tutoring
- Student Resources
- TEAS Preparation
- Events and Workshops
- The Decatur Writers' Group
- The Writers' Circle
- LTC Contacts
- TRIO Contacts
Perimeter College LTC Locations & Hours
2101 Womack Road
Math and Science Handouts
|Addition of Vectors||Curl of Vector|
|Divergence of Vector||Right Hand Rules|
|Vector Cross Product||Vector Dot Product|
|Vector Gradient of a Scalar Function|
|Chemistry Review||Human Body and Biology Review|
|Math Review||Math Review Answer Key|
|Reading Handout||Reading Review|
Math Entrance Exam Preparation
(Additional Accuplacer Diagnostic Test available in the LTCs)
- Word Problems-Key Expressions
- Word Problems-Coin
- Word Problems-Distance
- Word Problems-Geometric
- Word Problems-Interest
- Word Problems-Mixture
- Word Problems-Work
- Powers and Roots
- Real Numbers
- Order of Operations
- Factoring by Grouping
- Factoring a Polynomial
- Factoring Hints
- Factoring Trinomials Using the AC Method
- Fraction Review
- Linear Equations
Writing/Reading Entrance Exam Preparation
The Accuplacer WRITING AND READING Skills tests are multiple-choice tests that help students determine if they have the writing and reading skills needed to succeed in standard entry-level college courses.
The Writing Skills test evaluates students’ skill levels in the following categories:
- Verb Formation
The Reading Skills Tests include the following types of reading comprehension passages:
- Practical Reading
- Prose Fiction
- Social and Natural Sciences
Welcome the LTC Online Tutoring Portal!
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The OLTC is dedicated to providing the best resources possible to aid students in being successful in school. To do so, we offer multiple types of online tutoring.
Request Online Tutoring
You can request tutoring online and receive a response within 24 hours Monday – Friday. Get help with problems and have a discussion with a tutor, have your writing reviewed, get live tutoring using WebEx, and more! Questions submitted on weekends will be reviewed the following Monday. (See Guidelines for Online Tutoring via Email.)
We have videos online for test reviews, as well as general concept help. We also hold regularly scheduled review sessions for different subjects. Check out this section to see what review sessions you can join. Our review sessions are held via WebEx.
LTC TEAS Prep Workshops
No Registration Required.
March 29 Session in SF-2100
Friday, March 29: Reading/Writing 9am-1pm
Friday, April 5: Mathematics 9am-12pm
Friday, April 12: Chemistry 9am-12pm
Friday, April 19: Biology (A&P) 9am-12pm
April 1 Session in NLRC-3100
Monday, April 1: Chemistry 1pm-4pm
Tuesday, April 2: Biology (A&P) 1pm-4pm
Wednesday, April 3: Reading/Writing 1pm-4pm
Thursday, April 4: Mathematics 1pm-4pm
|PRINT the following LTC TEAS Resources and BRING to Workshops.|
|TEAS Prep (Registration and Printable Resources)
Friday, March 29
Friday, April 5
Friday, April 12
Friday, April 19
|The Decatur Writers’ Group
||2nd and 4th Fridays
of each month
|11am – 1pm
|TEAS Prep (Registration and Printable Resources)
Monday, April 1
Tuesday, April 2
Wednesday, April 3
Thursday, April 4
|The Writers’ Circle
||The 1st and 3rd Fridays
of each month
|1pm – 3pm
Math Weekly Review Sessions
Math Test Review Sessions
Online Webex Events
Math Weekly Review Webex Sessions
Math Test Review Webex Sessions
The Decatur Writers’ Group
Spring 2019 Meetings
(2nd and 4th Fridays of each month)
Fridays: February 22nd, March 8th, April 12th, April 26th
Location: Decatur Learning and Tutoring Center – SF 1200
Time: 11:00am – 1pm
The Decatur Writers’ Group is a venue for the gathering of students, faculty, staff and community members who share a love of writing. Participants may bring up to 5 double-spaced pages of their creative works. At our sessions, writers share their works and members offer critiques for every stage of the writing process. Additionally, to broaden and enhance the writing experience, the group will periodically host professional guest speakers such as editors, instructors, and published authors.
All meetings are FREE and open to the general public. For more information about the Decatur Writers Group, please contact us at 678-891-2334, or via email at email@example.com.
The Writers’ Circle
Fall 2019 Meetings
(The 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month)
Fridays: January 18th, February 1st, February 15th, March 1st, March 15th, April 5th, April 19th, May 3rd, May 17th
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm in N-LRC 3100
(GSU Perimeter College / Dunwoody Campus)
The Learning & Tutoring Center at Perimeter College sponsors The Writers’ Circle, an ongoing group of students and community members who enjoy the writing process and seek the support and insight of fellow writers. All meetings are free and open to the public. At the sessions, writers read from works in progress and offer critiques for every stage of the writing process, from nurturing an idea into gestation to achieving its publication. To broaden and enhance the writing experience, the group also hosts guest professionals such as editors, instructors, and published authors. Please read the history of the Writers’ Circle for details about how this great group has evolved.
The Writers’ Circle meets the first and third Friday of each month in Building N-LRC on the Dunwoody Campus from 1:00-3:00 p.m. in room 3100. Bring 8 copies of up to 5, double-spaced pages (any genre) for constructive feedback, or just come to listen and get writing support and inspiration. These sessions are free and open to the public. Call 770-274-5243 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Gelia Dolcimascolo, writing tutor at Perimeter College, Dunwoody Campus, serves as group facilitator.
All applicants will need to provide a transcript of all course work and at least two references. Faculty and/or employer references are preferred. Peer tutor applicants will need two faculty references.
The Learning and Tutoring Center (LTC) of Perimeter College employs tutors who have individual or group tutoring experience in writing, reading, literature, ESL, mathematics, the sciences, accounting, and economics.
Tutors work with individual students or small groups, and assist with the operation of the LTC by creating learning tools and handouts, helping students and faculty access and use LTC resources, and explaining and enforcing LTC policies.
The LTC employs both peer (undergraduate students at PC or another college) and professional (applicants with a bachelor’s degree or higher) tutors. Applicants are evaluated for proficiency in the appropriate discipline (math, writing, science, etc.). Peer tutors must have at least a 3.0 GPA in the subjects to be tutored and a 2.6 GPA overall, as well as a minimum of 15 semester-hour credits in college-level courses.
TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) at Perimeter College seeks SSS Academic Tutor(s) to provide tutorial services/academic enrichment for SSS participants in the areas of math, science (i.e. chemistry, biology), English and reading. TRIO SSS program provides academic, personal, social, financial, cultural and technological services to low-income, disabled and first-generation college students. The Academic Tutor carries out TRIO Student Support Services’ plan of operation for student success as it relates to the tutorial component and the grant’s objectives.
Tutors will provide direct assistance to students in reaching their academic goals as well as support to the TRIO SSS Program in its concerted efforts to increase the retention, graduation and transfer rates of first generation, low income and/or disabled college students enrolled at Perimeter College.
TRIO SSS employs tutors with a bachelor’s degree in the desired area (or a closely related field) in which candidate seeks to provide tutorial assistance. Undergraduates (juniors and seniors only) with excellent preparation will be strongly considered. All applicants must have at least 15 semester hours/23 quarter hours in the area they wish to provide tutorial assistance. A minimum GPA of 3.0 in the discipline courses is required. Candidates desiring evening, afternoon, and weekend hours will be considered; however, strong preference will be given to qualified applicants who are available Mon-Fri during morning through afternoon hours. Experience working with low-income, disabled and/or first generation college students is a plus.
LTC receptionists provide basic clerical support for the Center, with the goal of ensuring that visitors get the most from LTC services.
Typical duties include:
- greeting visitors to the LTC with a smile
- ensuring visitors sign-in and sign-out on the TutorTrac computer
- helping first-time visitors sign-up for tutoring and to access material
- checking materials in and out
- helping student with basic computer concerns
- ensuring that visitors comply with LTC policies
- answering phones and taking messages
- keeping the LTC orderly
- assisting with data gathering
- opening and closing
- and lots more!
Receptionists must be knowledgeable about all aspects of the LTC, so they can answer students’ questions. Only PC students with a 2.5 GPA or above in all college-level coursework are considered for the receptionist position in the LTC. The receptionist position is staffed by student assistants (must be taking at least 6 credit hours) or work-study employees.
Each of the five Perimeter campuses has its own LTC and hires GAs to work alongside professional and peer tutors. GAs may tutor any of the following subjects or combination of subjects:
- Minimum 3.0 GPA
- Resume & cover letter
- Unofficial transcripts
- 2 Letters of recommendation
- Approval of home department
- Able to work 20 hours per week
The application deadline for the fall 2018 semester is July 13.
|Math / Science||Writing||Reception|
|Alpharetta||Lizann Gibson||Lizann Gibson||Lizann Gibson|
|Clarkston||Anteneh Kibret||Charles Lyon||Anteneh Kibret|
|Decatur||Sohayla Mohebbi||Sohayla Mohebbi||Sohayla Mohebbi|
|Dunwoody||Theo Tate||Maria Batty||Nancy McDaniel|
|Newton||Arne Paulsen||Arne Paulsen||Arne Paulsen|
|Online||Theo Tate||Theo Tate|