TMCC

Skills Center

Making a Math Skills Center Orientation Appointment

How to Make an Appointment

  1. To sign in at a TMCC station, login in to the MyTMCC student portal. To sign in from any computer with Internet access, go to my.tmcc.edu and sign in using your TMCC username and password.
  2. Once you are logged in, look under Other Resources, and click on Schedule Free Tutoring . If you are a first-time user and receive an error message, please refresh your browser (press F5 on a PC or Command-R on a Mac).

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  3. If this is the first time you have accessed the scheduling system this semester, you will have to fill out a registration form. It will ask for your name, student ID number, and telephone number. After that, this information will be stored in our database.

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    Once registered, select the appropriate schedule for your term.

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  4. Search for the time you would like to attend orientation, and click on a WHITE BOX.


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    • White Boxes indicate an available time slot.
    • Dark Blue Boxes indicate unavailable times slots.
    • Light Blue Boxes indicate other students' appointments.
  5. Fill in all required fields on the reservation window. Select SKC 80/85 as your Course and Orientation from the "What would you like to work on?" drop-down menu. Click Save Appointment to finish the process. Your appointment will appear in yellow on the schedule.

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What is Expected of You as a Student in the Skills Center

  1. You need to come prepared for your meeting by arriving on time and signing in at the front desk.
  2. You are expected to attend all scheduled meetings with your Instructor. If an unexpected situation arises that will prevent you from making your meeting it is your responsibility to contact your Instructor.
  3. To be successful in the Math Skills Center, you must plan on committing at least 10 hours per week into the ALEKS program. Summer and Winter students should plan on 10-25 hours per week.