Tutoring Services

The Student Success Center

Benjamin F. Payton Learning Resources Center (LRC)
Office Hours M-F 8:30a.m. – 8:00p.m.

The SSC provides tutoring services using Knack platform to schedule and stream services to Benedict Students.

Finding a Tutor on Knack Instruction Video

Online Tutoring Experience Instruction Video

Download the Knack App!

Knack App

Follow the directions on the left for instructions on using the Knack Tutoring app.

*Please use this app to schedule your session and communicate with SSC Tutors.

How to Become a Tutor

Become a Tutor on Knack

If you are interested in becoming a tutor or have questions about the tutoring program contact Dr. Etosha Johnson.

One of the goals of the Student Success Center (SSC) is to offer quality tutorial services to Benedict College students. Students are encouraged to take advantage of SSC tutoring; our staff works to create a comfortable and engaging environment for students to further develop their academic skills and knowledge. Additionally, the tutors working at the Center are trained and certified in applying learning strategies and tutoring techniques to help students become more confident and competent learners while facing academic challenges and mastering the course content.

Tutoring is offered for the gatekeeping courses in Mathematics, Science, and English (See Course List Below). Tutorial activity is adapted to course content and objectives and is an extension of classroom instruction. To ensure this extension is consistent with the SSC, tutors work closely with the faculty members in various departments to provide students with the opportunity to master the academic content needed to progress in their academic careers.

Tutoring is readily available for the priority courses below:

  • General College Math (Math 132/134)
  • College Algebra (Math 138)
  • Precalculus (Math 140)
  • Calculus I (Math 143)
  • Introduction to Computing and Programming (CSC 135)
  • Introduction to Engineering (Engr 130)
  • General Chemistry (Chem 137)
  • Principles of Biology (Bio 137)
  • Analysis & Argumentation (Eng 131)
  • Information, Literacy & Research (Eng 132)

*Note that if your course is not listed, we will work with departments to assign.

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