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Information Commons - Library: TUTORING SERVICES

St. Augustine College Tutoring Center

The Mission of St. Augustine College Tutoring Center

The Tutoring Center at St. Augustine College strives to provide individualized instructional support in the areas of math, analytic reading, study methods, and the understanding of course-related content, the development of written assignments in multiple areas of study, and the editing of writing at each of its five locations within the Chicago area.

The Tutoring Center for St. Augustine College works to ensure that its students receive efficient and effective tutoring while they pursue their academic careers. During COVID-19 our tutoring platform will be on-line. Please know that the Tutoring Center is here to support students as they navigate their way through online learning and beyond. Below is a general guide to the SAC Tutoring Center process as well as a variety of resources to help assist students in their academic studies. 


Questions, Comments, Concerns:

Please direct all inquires to the Tutoring Center Director:

Kathryn Webb

Meet Our Tutors

The Tutoring Center is home to some of the most professional and outstanding tutors. Please, take a moment to view the tutor's profiles. 

Pablo Ramos: BA in Hospitality Management. Pablo is our Math tutor dealing with specific courses such as MAT 101, 112, and 225.

Monica Andrade: BA in Mathematics Education. Monica is one of our Math tutors.

Michele Corona Ehlers: MA in Administration. Michele is one of our CIS tutors.

Orlando Hernadez: MS in Information Systems. Orlando is one of our CIS tutors. 

July Miranda: MA in Education and Special Education. July is our Bilingual English tutor dealing with research and English writing. 

Dennette Derezotes: MA in History and Phd in coursework dealing specifically with Social Work. Dennette is our Social Work tutor and also tutors in English writing. 

Kathryn Webb: MA in Near Eastern Archeology & Languages. Kathryn is one of our English tutors dealing with specific content such as research and English writing.

Tutoring Requests

Individual Tutoring Requests can be made by students, faculty, and advisors. 

Group Tutoring Requests can be made by faculty or students if they feel that there is a tutoring need for two or more students in a specific course.

Once the requests are submitted, the students will be contacted for further appointments and tutoring process.

Active Group Tutoring Sessions

Students who do not wish to fill out an individual tutoring request, and wish to jump into an active group tutoring session, can view the tutor's availability and join through the GoToMeeting links provided through the link below. Course name and hours are provided along with the name of the tutor conducting group sessions


Student Feedback

We ask that by the end of each school term or upon tutor completion, each student would take the time to submit feedback on their tutoring experience. Student Feedback forms are confidential and students can fill them out anonymously.