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Walk-In Schedule

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for Tutoring Center Students:

For the Spring 2021 semester, all walk-in tutoring and invidual appointments will take place online.

If you have questions, email [email protected]


Tutoring In ActionSpring 2021 Virtual Sessions

Walk-in sessions begin the second week of the semester.  To join a walk-in session, log in to MY WCONLINE. Choose Academic Skills Center, Spring 2021 from the dropdown menu. Click on the link that says Virtual Walk-In Rooms

Limited walk-ins will begin on Monday, February 1st, Monday though Friday, daytime hours only (Math/Econ 11 - 2, Fashion Design, FBM, Computer Software, and Modern Languages from 12 - 2. The full walk-in schedule will begin on Monday, February 8th.

  • Math, Economics, Accounting
    Mondays through Saturdays: 11 am2:00
    Mondays through Thursdays: 57 pm
    There are no accounting walk-ins on Wednesdays or Fridays.
  • Fashion Design for Fashion Design Students (draping, sewing, patternmaking)
    Mondays through Saturdays, Noon–2 pm
    Mondays through Thursdays: 5–7 pm
  • Fashion Business Management (FM114, FM116, FM117, FM 223, FM224, FM225, FM 244, FM262, FM268)
    Mondays through Saturdays: Noon2 pm
    Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays: 57 pm
  • Software (MS Office, Excel, Adobe Suite, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Navigating Blackboard and others)
    Mondays through Saturdays: Noon2 pm
    Mondays through Thursdays; 57 pm
  • Modern Languages (French, Italian, Spanish)
    Mondays through Thursdays: Noon2 pm (note: FR from 1-2 only on Mondays)
    For Japanese, Chinese, and Portuguese, please make an individual appointment.

If the walk-in is busy, you may be limited to 20 minutes with a tutor; you may wait for the tutor to become available again.

Please keep in mind that the tutor is there to guide you and explain information.  It is not the tutor's job to make sure you finish a project or class work on time or to teach you something you have not already learned in class. 

If you need more time with a tutor, please make an individual appointment.