Tutoring is free to all Lane students. You can drop in or make an appointment for on-campus or online (through Zoom) tutoring, or email us at email@example.com with any questions.
Join the Support Hub (on Zoom)
Spring Term 2023
Make an appointment to reserve time with a tutor or drop in while you're on campus.
Business Resource Center (Building 19, Room 249)
Find help with business courses and use the computers and textbooks:
- Center Hours: Monday-Thursday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
- Tutors are available Monday and Thursday afternoons and Tuesday mornings
CIT Lab (Building 19, Room 135)
Meet with classmates, use computers and large shared screens, and get help with programming assignments and more:
- Monday and Wednesday 11:00 am - 4:30 pm
- Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 9:00 am - 4:30 pm with a lunch break at 2:00 pm
Tutor Central (Center 211)
Meet with classmates, use a study room or a computer, and meet one-on-one with writing and social science tutors:
- Monday - Thursday 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
- Friday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
STEM Learning Zone (Building 16, Room 165)
Meet with classmates, use the computer lab, borrow scientific calculators and other math and science equipment, review course textbooks, and work with tutors:
- Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
- Wednesday 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
- Friday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Downtown Campus, Room 331
- Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 10:00 am - 2:00 pm for help with ABSE, GED, ESL, and general writing class (115 and 121) help.
- Friday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm in DCA 220 computer lab for help with online assignments.
Lane Support Hub
Meet tutors, get technical support from the SHeD, and learn more about Career Pathways/STEP programs:
- Monday, Tuesday & Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Wednesday & Thursday 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
- Saturday 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Online tutoring appointments can be made in advance.
Drop-ins welcome: Visit Lane Support Hub Zoom Room to join the Zoom room during the hours listed above.
All students who work with a tutor (online or on campus) will be asked to add a noncredit, tuition-free CRN# once per term. This allows Lane to receive reimbursement from the state for services provided to students.
Send your paper (from any class) for feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org to get a response within 48 hours.
Not finding a time that works for you?
Visit the eTutoring Consortium for Online E-tutoring for support when Lane tutors are unavailable. You'll meet with a tutor from one of several regional colleges for group study sessions on your topic.
A one-on-one (or small group) writing tutoring session consists of tutors providing support to students by discussing student writing needs and collaborating in order for the student to reach their writing goals. This can be anything from the initial brainstorm to structure and organization to proofreading to citations. In addition to the writing process, sessions may also include conversation about overcoming writing anxiety, writing tips, and strategies for achieving writing objectives inside and outside of school.
|Writing Sessions are:||Writing Sessions are not:|
|an open conversation between student and tutor about a student’s writing||a formal reading or assessment of student writing|
|a collaborative effort by both student and tutor to meet goals of writing assignment and address student needs||an opportunity for tutors alone to solve writing issues and do writing assignments for students|
|an excellent, free resource for enhancing student writing by receiving feedback through asking questions and receiving recommendations||a stress-filled environment where students are obligated to follow tutor recommendations|
|designated time to focus on and address student writing needs, goals, and obstacles||designated time for tutors to complete student readings and assignments in order to compensate for student unpreparedness|
How to Prepare for a Writing Tutoring Session:
- While walk-ins are welcome, making an appointment is strongly encouraged to guarantee time with a tutor. You can make appointments on WCOnline.
- Bring or have access to your assignment guidelines.
- Have an idea of what you want to highlight to your tutor as top priority for the session (even if that means telling your tutor you are overwhelmed and do not know where to start).
- Try to schedule your session well in advance of the assignment due date so that you have plenty of time to make revisions and schedule follow-ups, if needed.
- Be ready to ask lots of questions in order to accomplish your writing goals!
How Often Students can Meet with Tutors per Week:
Appointment times may be limited based on demand in some tutoring areas/disciplines.
What to Do About Canceled or Missed Appointments:
In the event that a student is no longer able to attend their scheduled tutoring appointment, then it is their responsibility to cancel the appointment.
If a student fails to arrive for their scheduled tutoring appointment within 10 to 12 minutes of the appointment start time, then it is the tutoring policy to mark the appointment as a NO SHOW. If a student accrues 2 or more NO SHOWs, then they will be automatically restricted from making future tutoring appointments until they communicate with the tutoring coordinators, email email@example.com.
Lane hires both current students and non-students for tutoring. Here’s what you need to know to work with us!
Current Students Interested in Tutoring
Requirements for student tutors:
- Have an A or B in any subject you’d tutor in
- Ask two faculty to fill out our brief recommendation form
- Be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours during the terms you work
- Available to work for at least 2-3 terms
- Ability to tutor in multiple subjects/for many classes within the same subject area
Working with us:
- Students work up to approximately 12 hours a week
- Starting salary is $13.50 per hour
- Schedules are set by term and are built around your class and other commitments.
- Tutors work both remotely in our Zoom support Hub, where we take drop-ins and appointments for one-on-one and group tutoring, and on our main Eugene campus. Schedule and location information varies by term (see the top of the page for details).
- Students must work on or from campus for the majority of their hours.
- Drop in to our Support Hub on Zoom to see how it works (and sign up for a tutoring session yourself, if you’re in need).
- Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about current openings and needs. Our hiring process includes the recommendations listed above and an interview with our staff.
Non-Student Tutors (Classified Staff, Hourly Part-Time)
- Non-student tutors should apply through the Lane jobs page (when our position is open). If you don’t see a position listed but feel you’d meet these qualifications and have an interest in working with us, please contact us at email@example.com.
Requirements for staff tutors:
- At least two years of tutoring or equivalent education/experience
- An associate’s degree in one of the subjects that we tutor in
- Willing to work both online and on campus, as needed
- Bilingual in Spanish or other world languages taught at Lane
- Ability to tutor in multiple subjects or most courses within the same subject area
- Customer service or other front-desk/welcome center experience
Working with us:
- Staff can work up to approximately 18 hours per week during school terms (including summer)
- The salary range is dependent on experience, but is generally within the range of $16-$24 an hour
- Staff are required to work the majority of their hours from our Eugene campus location. Some remote hours may be arranged through our online Support Hub. Schedule and location will vary based on department need each term.
- Our hiring process includes an application form and an interview including a short demonstration of a lesson or resource.