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Academic Support Center

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Tutors and Coaches Available During Summer Sessions

Tutors for select courses are available during summer sessions.  Click here to see the listing of courses and tutor emails.  Email the tutor with whom you want to meet and they will respond to set up a date and time to Zoom.  The tutor will then send you their Zoom link.  You will meet with them at the arranged time and connect through Zoom.

Academic Coaches are taking appointments on WCOnline as usual during the first two weeks of Summer I.  Click on the link below to schedule an appointment.  They will meet with you via Zoom.  To connect with them through their Zoom link, go to WCOnline and click on your scheduled appointment time slot.  From there you will click on the coach's Zoom link.  

Questions?  Email Barb Zmolek, Director of the Academic Support Center -

Phone: 717-815-6598

Thank you! - Barb


Enhance your studying skills, get access to subject matter experts, and find new ways to improve your academic performance.

Tutoring and Coaching Services

  • Schedule an appointment with a Tutor or Coach

    Click here to schedule an appointment with a Coach or a Writing Tutor.

    Academic Coaches

    Make an appointment with a coach to learn how to create habits to successfully negotiate your academic and personal challenges. look at how you are spending your time, discuss what your priorities are, and work to master effective study habits. during a consultation, create a plan and then stay in touch with the academic coach for support in these areas: 

    • time management
    • note-taking
    • text anxiety
    • test-taking strategies
    • comprehension strategies
    • textbook reading

    Math Tutors

    Click here to see emails for Math Tutors.  Email Jack on Emily to make arrangements to Zoom


    Writing Center

    Writing essays, designing websites, giving presentations--college students from all majors are constantly composing. All these forms of writing are vital ways in which students learn, share what they've learned, and develop their communication skills as future professionals.

    The Writing Center supports how all forms of writing are taught and learned at York College. We seek to provide space, services, and programming to cultivate a community of writers across the campus and work to encourage both students and tutors to continually grow as writers.

  • Drop-In Tutoring Hours

    Click here to see the emails of tutors who will Zoom in with you.

    We offer one-on-one tutoring, study groups, and/or review sessions with select courses. Drop-in hours of peer tutors for a variety of courses are listed in our schedule. Tutors will meet with students as their time permits.

    Behavioral Sciences: Select Psychology courses; Criminal Justice and Behavioral Sciences Stats; Criminal Justice Research Methods

    Biological Sciences: Biology 142/150/152: Genetics; Biostatistics; Micro-Biology; Essentials of A&P; Ecology

    Graham School of Business: Financial, Managerial, and Intermediate I/II Accounting; Business Stats QBA260/265; Managerial Finance I; Operations Management

    Hospitality, Recreation, and Sports Management: Managerial Accounting, Finance

    Music, Art, and Communication: Music Theory and Aural Skills courses

    Nursing: Med-Surg; Pharmacology; Research

    Physical Sciences: General Chemistry I/II; Organic Chem I/II; Chem 122/123; Select Physics Courses

    Engineering: Select Computer Science courses; Math Methods; Computational Methods; select Physics courses

    Many tutors have posted drop-in hours, so students meet with them in the Academic Support Center at these regularly scheduled times. Also, students may email a tutor and request a meeting. Tutors will take these appointments as their schedules allow.

  • Interested in being a tutor?

    Interested in being a tutor?

    Interested in being a math tutor?

    Students who want to tutor mathematics need a recommendation from a professor with whom they've taken a YCP calculus course. Students must also be in good academic standing with an overall GPA of at least 3.2.

    It’s also strongly recommended that math tutors take the course MAT210, Teaching Basic Math Skills, a 3-credit course offered each spring. This course reviews math content most often tutored in the Academic Support Center and introduces future math teachers to research-based best practices in the field. If a student is unable to fit MAT210 into his or her schedule, exceptions can be made on a case-by-case basis. 

    To be a Math Tutor students must apply for the position of Peer Tutor on the Spartan Career Path.

    Interested in being a content tutor?

    To be considered for a position as a content tutor you must have successfully completed the course you wish to tutor and have a recommendation from your professor to tutor that course. In addition, you must apply on the Spartan Career Path.

    Recommendations should be sent to Barb Zmolek at or call 717.815.6598.

Contact Us
Academic Support Center
Barb Zmolek, Director, Academic Support Center
Humanities Center, 01A
Phone: 717.815.6598
Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.


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