What is NetTutor

From Algebra to Zoology, NetTutor Tutors are Here to Help

NetTutor is research-based and has a rich history of providing online tutoring and academic support to educational institutions in a variety of disciplines and academic programs. Partnering with NetTutor means giving your students the assistance they need from experienced and qualified online tutors.
 

Subjects:


Mathematics
Sciences
English
“Reading and Writing”
World Languages and Social Studies
Humanities and Communications


Accounting
Finance
Economics
Business
Allied Health and Nursing
Computer Science and Information Technology

 

NetTutor Tutors Have a Deep and Personal Commitment to Student Success

All NetTutor tutors have:

  • A four-year degree from an accredited university
  • A minimum grade point average of 3.0 in any subjects for which they will be providing tutoring
  • Teaching or tutoring experience in the American education system
  • The combination of personality characteristics –empathy and patience, in particular– that underlie the ability to connect in a meaningful and supportive way with a diverse range of students
  • Excellent communication and writing skills

The majority of our tutors hold advanced degrees in their subject specialties. Regardless of their knowledge and experience, however, tutors must successfully complete a month-long training period that focuses, in particular, on the study of teaching and technical challenges that differentiate online tutoring from in-person tutoring. In addition to rigorous testing and tutor training, an extensive amount of time is dedicated to mastering our platform and technology systems.
 

A User-Friendly Platform That Connects Students to Great Tutors:

Tutoring is facilitated by our proprietary whiteboard, created specifically for online collaboration in education. This easy-to-use interface combined with NetTutor’s first-rate service makes it a first choice among educators accross the nation. The WorldWideWhiteboard provides a large whiteboard canvas area where both the tutor and the student are able to type, draw, and use symbols from the subject-specific symbol palette.
 

NetTutor Provides World-Class Support

Please contact: Tutoring and Testing Center, Glen Oaks Community College
Located in the Learning Commons/Library; Call us at 269-294-4296;
Or visit our website: https://www.glenoaks.edu/tutoring-and-testing