Need a Tutor?
The central purpose of Los Angeles Valley College's Academic Resource Center (ARC) is to provide individualized, collaborative, self-paced learning opportunities and tutorial support for students.
LAVC’s Academic Resource Center (ARC) is committed to assisting students develop the skills and confidence needed to succeed in their coursework, as well as in their academic, professional, and personal pursuits.
Visit the ARC site and download their hours of operation.
In response to COVID-19, the Academic Resource Center is now offering remote online tutoring and computer support services through Zoom and ConexEd. View this ARC Quick Overview video for a quick overview of how the services work!
|Need a Tutor
The lab is in the Library and Academic Resource Center, Room 234, on the second floor. It is an open computer lab, with 95 computers, 4 iMac stations, Headphone, flash drives, two group study rooms, printers, and a high-resolution scanner.
General Tutoring in LARC room 213 provides tutoring on a walk-in basis. Tutoring is available in most subjects, such as Chemistry, Physics, Statistics, Accounting, and Economics.
Math Skills Lab
The Math Lab in LARC room 226 is a walk-in tutoring lab. Three to four tutors are available at any given hour to work with students on a one-on-one basis for short periods of time as needed.
The lab also provides computers with math software, textbooks on reserve, a loan program for videos, CDs, calculators, math worksheets, and class workshops.
|Embedded Tutoring (In-Class Tutoring)
Embedded tutors, in LARC room 213, are successful college students. They work with instructors in specific courses to provide supplemental practice and direction for students.
The lab is located in LARC room 220. It is a literacy, communications and academic skills laboratory in the Department of Psychology's Developmental Communications program.
The Writing Center
The Writing Center provides individualized tutoring in LARC room 229, on a walk-in basis for writing, reading, or critical thinking assignments.
Students may receive assistance through one-on-one and group tutoring sessions, writing workshops, and instructive handouts.
EOPS/CARE Tutoring Center
EOPS offers one-on-one 45-minute tutoring appointments in different subjects.
You must be part of the program to use their touring services.
They are located on the second floor of Student Services Center.
|Calworks & Helping Hands
Located on the first floor of the Administration and Career Advancement Building (ACA), room 1101 provides tutoring and computer lab for their eligible students.
|Student with Disabilities (SSD)
Located in the Student Services Annex, room 175 provides tutoring and computer lab for their eligible students.
|TRIO Student Support Services
Located on the second floor of Student Services building, room 228 provides tutoring and computer lab for their eligible students.
|Nettutor & Specialized Online Tutor
This has been already covered in the last module. The application is part of Canvas.