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Learning Support Center

Tutor working with a student

Get Assistance in Math, Writing, and Other Subjects

We have a variety of free, online tutoring services available to all Edmonds College students 

Start working with tutors today! Choose from one of our tutoring options:

Virtual Reception Desk

Are you unsure about the differences between our services and wondering which will work best for you? Do you have questions about how to manage your classwork while taking online classes? We are ready to help you make the most of online tutoring this quarter! Drop in to our virtual reception hours if you have questions about online tutoring or time management/study habits while taking online classes.

Available Days and Times:

Monday-Thursday, 10-11 a.m. and 2-4 p.m., someone is available to talk to you about our services when you click the button below. 

Please only click this button between 10-11 a.m. and 2-4 p.m., Mon-Thurs. 

  Join our Virtual Reception Desk

Would you like to be mentored by a fellow student?

Pre-College to College Peer Mentor Program now accepting applications!

The Pre-College Peer Mentoring Program is currently accepting applications from students who would like to be matched with a mentor who will give them personal support as they move into college-level classes.

If you...

  • are currently in Pre-College classes (numbered before 100) and will be starting college-level classes soon OR
  • have just started college-level (numbered 100+) classes in the last quarter or two

then this program could be for you! Students will be matched with mentors who will help them with advice about taking college classes, studying, adjusting to college, and accessing the many resources that Edmonds College offers. This is a great opportunity if you feel you could use some extra support as you begin college-level classes. Learn more about the Mentoring Program by looking at the flyer and, if you're interested, apply today and if accepted, you'll be matched with a mentor. Please note that this program is not intended for students who have already been taking college-level classes for quite some time. 

If you have questions for our staff but prefer to chat via text or are not available during our Virtual Reception hours, please use the pop-up chat in the bottom right corner of your screen/device. If no one is available to chat live, please leave us a message with your question and we will respond back as soon as possible. You may also contact us at


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Tutoring in the Learning Support Center is made possible in part through a grant from the Edmonds College Foundation and funding from the Associated Students of Edmonds College.