Update: Expect Longer Wait Times due to COVID-19
Please be aware that wait times to access a NetTutor tutor may be longer than usual due to an increase in demand of online support services. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Mt. SAC Tutoring Centers are Available
Mt. SAC has transitioned its local tutoring services online. Visit Mt. SAC Tutoring Centers for a list of different tutoring centers offering online support.
NetTutor @ Mt. SAC
Need help with tough assignments?
Mt. SAC now offers free Online Tutoring services through NetTutor, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to all currently enrolled students! Get help in major subjects such as Math, English, Science, Social Science, Writing, and more!
What is NetTutor
NetTutor® is a comprehensive online tutoring service for all college courses. Your
school has made this service available to you to assist you with homework and studying.
All of our tutors are fully trained experts in the courses for which they tutor. NetTutor is available 24/7/365, so log on today!
How to access NetTutor
NetTutor 24/7 Online Tutoring is available to ALL Mt. SAC students currently enrolled in ANY course. You can access the service from your LMS-hosted course (Canvas) or directly through the Mt. SAC portal. To access via the Portal follow these steps:
- Visit the Mt. SAC portal (inside.mtsac.edu)
- Click on the tab at the top
- On the left, under TUTORING CENTERS, click on the "NetTutor" link
- Accept the end-user license agreement (if it's your first time accessing NetTutor)
And that's it, you're in NetTutor!
How to use NetTutor
Check out the following videos to learn how to navigate the different aspects of NetTutor. Learn how to work with a tutor and find out how to use NetTutor's Paper Center, where you can upload a writing assignment from any of your classes and have it reviewed by an actual tutor within 24-48 hours.
New to tutoring in general?
Tutors will not do your work for you or give answers. They are there to help guide you along in the process and help you better understand the subject so that you can do the work yourself. Important tip: Before you access NetTutor, prepare to work by having your course materials (textbook, notes, and any work you have started) ready to use.