Student Success Center

 Overview

Do you need help with a new class? 
Do you need a tutor? 

To Learn More:

Dr. LaToya S. Mills
Coordinator, Career Placement & Student Success Center

409-944-1244

Fax: 409-944-1500

The Student Success Center, located on the Galveston College campus in room N-119, is supervised by Beth Richards. Tutoring services are provided by a knowledgeable tutoring staff, comprised of Galveston College students, Texas A & M students, and well educated professionals from Galveston County. Student Success Center tutors are available to help all  currently enrolled Galveston College students with general study and test-taking skills, as well as subject-specific tutoring. Best of all, tutoring is a FREE service of the college!

Mission

The Student Success Center supports Galveston College students by providing tutoring and academic services, which will empower students to attain success in all of their academic pursuits.

Access to Nettutor through Canvas

Do you need access to a Tutor 24/7/365?

Get the help you deserve here anytime.

Summer I & II Semesters

Monday – Thursday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Friday – Sunday: Closed

* SSC hours may change from semester to semester.

Meet the Tutors

 


LaToya S. Mills, MSW, Ph.D

Career Placement & Student Success Center Coordinator

Dr. Mills  received her B.S.W. and M.S.W. in Social Work from Our Lady of the Lake University and her Ph.D in Educational Leadership from Prairie View A & M University. She was born and raised in Galveston, TX (BOI). She has served the Galveston College community for over 10 years. Dr. Mills is passionate about students success and is an authentic motivator, advocate and leader for various student populations on campus. In addition to supervising and managing the Student Success Center, she teaches as an adjunct instructor for PSYC 1300: Learning Frameworks.

Craig

Math Tutor

Craig has a Master’s degree in Mathematics. He is able to assist students in the following subjects: Developmental Math – Calculus III, Differential Equations, and Linear Algebra.

Cynthia

Math/Science Tutor

Cynthia has a B.S. in Bio-mechanical Engineering. She is able to assist students in the following subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Developmental Math – Calculus II, Engineering, and Physics.

David

Math/Science Tutor

David is an Engineering student at Texas A & M Galveston. He is able to assist students in the following subjects: Chemistry, Developmental Math – Calculus II, Engineering, and Physics.

Enrique Math/Science Tutor

Enrique

Math/Science Tutor

Enrique is a first year student at Galveston College. He is studying to become a mechanical engineer. He is able to assist students in the following subjects: Basic Chemistry, Developmental Math – Calculus II, Physics and Spanish.

Jody

English/Writing Tutor

Jody has her Master’s Degree in Literature/Composition Pedagogy. She is able to assist students in the following subjects: English and Writing.

Jan

English/Writing Tutor

Jan has a Bachelor’s degree in Secondary English Education. She is able to assist students in English and writing.

Joe

English/Writing Tutor

Joe has his Master’s Degree in Speech Communication. He is able to assist students in the following subjects: English, Speech, and Writing.

Peyton

Biology Tutor

Peyton has a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and is currently seeking a Nursing degree. She is able to assist students in Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy and Physiology, Developmental Math and College Algebra.

John

Math Tutor

John has his Juris Doctorate (JD) degree along with degrees in Economics and Music. He is able to assist students in the following subjects: Developmental Math – Precalculus, Statistics, and Economics.

Jim

Math Tutor

Jim has a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering and a Masters of Business Administration. He is able to assist students in Developmental Math – Calculus III, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, Physics I and Engineering courses.

Additional Resources
Just need a quick answer on a grammar/mechanics issue or want some help with specific writing tasks? Check out our resources below:

Reference/Citation Guides
At some point, you may be required to write a report or research paper for one or more of your Galveston College classes. In order to avoid plagiarizing, you must ensure that you acknowledge the sources that you used in researching your topic. The links below will direct you to information about how to give appropriate credit for sources used in your research papers.

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