Tutoring Center



The Tutoring Center is committed to providing a comfortable learning environment, which fosters respect for all and the expectation that all students can succeed. Our goal is to help students learn more effectively and independently. The Tutor Center is a great place to study individually, with a study group or with a peer tutor. The tutoring center has a wide variety of textbooks and computers for student use.  Stop in and see what you’ve been missing. Peer tutoring is offered at no charge to all Pine students.  



Online Tutor zoom links:

Jenna B. :
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Kylee V.  : 


Monday, Wednesday, Friday

Ask A Tutor Form
Use this form to inquire about tutoring or ask a non-urgent question. Email responses will be sent during the Tutoring Center business hours and will be delayed by weekends, holidays, and unforeseen events. 

Free online tutoring available 24/7 – Pine offers free online, on-demand tutoring, from through D2L. Tutors are always available, even late at night when your instructor may not be. Stuck on a problem? Want someone to review your paper? This tutoring service is easy to use and can be accessed on any device that connects to the internet. 

When you log-on to you’ll be able to: 

  • Connect with over 3,000 qualified tutors 24/7 
  • View replays and transcripts of previous sessions 
  • Drop off an essay for review and feedback 
  • Save your favorite tutors and see their schedule of availability 
  • Access services from your mobile phone or tablet 

Peer tutoring is a paid, professional opportunity for students who want to improve communication skills, work with students, and strengthen their knowledge in an academic area. 

  • Must have a faculty recommendation to apply. 
  • Completion of the course(s) you wish to tutor for, with a minimum grade of B. 
  • Excellent customer service and communication skills. 
  • Ability to work with a diverse student population. 

If interested in becoming a peer tutor please reach out to Santhi Sheehan-Lusk.  

Creating a Study Space 

Where you study plays a big role in your ability to be productive. 

  • Does it have good lighting? 
  • What type of chair are you using? 
  • Remove distractions like TV &  phone  
  • Does music help you concentrate or distract you? 
  • Hang a ” Do not Disturb” sign to limit interruptions 

General Study Tips 

Good study habits can make or break your GPA. 

Generally, we all experience some level of nervousness or tension before tests or other important events in our lives. A little nervousness can actually help motivate us; but too much of it can become a problem—especially if it interferes with our ability to prepare for and perform on tests. 


Time management is the process of organizing and planning how to divide time between specific activities. Good time management enables students to work smarter – not harder. 

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