ASC Tutoring Center

Academic Support Center
Tutoring Center


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You can get help with:

  • writing
  • language: Spanish,¬†American Sign Language
  • history
  • chemistry, biology, and other pre-nursing courses
  • physics
  • environmental science
  • math: contemporary math, algebra, trigonometry, calculus, differential, linear algebra
  • statistics

Free Tutoring for CR Students!

The ASC offers FREE tutoring to CR students!

  • 1-on-1 session
  • choose: online (Zoom) or in-person (library)
  • 1 hour long!

To book an appointment, get help joining the Zoom room, or just more information please contact the ASC:
phone: (707) 476-4154

Click HERE for Tutoring Center FAQs and additional info!

Request an ASC Tutoring Session / more info!

Online Zoom Room
meeting code: 987 1800 6379

Hours and Location

Find us in the Learning Resource Center at the Eureka campus!

ASC Front Desk


Fall Office Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 9am-4pm

Meet your ASC Tutors!

Robyn, writing tutor Robyn Roberson has been an English instructor at College of the Redwoods since 2005. She received her BA from University of Washington and her MA in English with a minor in American Indian Education from Humboldt State University. She earned a multiple subject teaching credential from Pacific Union College and a single subject credential from Humboldt State University. Before teaching at the college, Robyn was a reporter for the Independent Coast Observer in Mendocino County, and she taught middle school English in Napa and Vallejo for three years. Robyn’s English 1A focuses on the environment and environmental justice themes. Action must be taken now regarding climate change. Her favorite activities include gardening, learning guitar, playing tennis, hiking and chilling with her 10-year old McNab Daisy. You can often find them cruising around Arcata Marsh or the local beaches.


Shannon, writing tutor Shannon Mondor has been an English instructor at College of the Redwoods since 2008. She grew up in southern New Hampshire. Her first vinyl record album was Thriller by Michael Jackson, upon whom she had a massive unrequited crush. She got her BA in British Literature and her secondary teaching credential in English at Middlebury College in Vermont, her Master’s Degree in the Teaching of Writing at Humboldt State University, and advanced to candidacy as a doctoral student in Language and Rhetoric at the University of Washington in Seattle. She has loved being a transplanted resident of the North Coast for over twenty years. She enjoys teaching English 1A, English 1S, a variety of literature courses as they come up, and looks forward to teaching English 2A sometime soon. She prefers teaching books that have racial justice themes because she views racial inequality as the most pressing challenge of society. Shannon has been tutoring students across the college on their writing assignments in every discipline for the ASC for five years. She serves on the Academic Senate in her third term as one of the part-time faculty representatives, chairs the Associate Faculty Committee, (AFC,) is the Secretary for the CRFO and also an elected part-time representative for the union. She loves hiking, biking, ceramics, cooking, gardening, reading, groovy jazz, binge watching psychological thrillers, and walking her bestie Kiva, a 12-year-old German Shepherd.


Trevor, math/science tutor Trevor has been with the math department at CR for 5 semester and has taught classes such as MATH-304, MATH-10, MATH-30, MATH-15. He is currently teaching MATH-15 again this spring! Trevor is an Arcata local who graduated from HSU with a triple major in math, chemistry, and physics. He earned an MS from University of Oregon in physical chemistry and his PhD in physics at UC Santa Cruz. During his postdoc at UC San Diego, he studied strongly correlated electron phenomena.

In his free time, Trevor enjoys building solar and hydro energy systems from reclaimed materials, gardening, and running DnD games as the Dungeon Master!


Marabeth,  pre-nursing tutor, peer tutor Hi everyone! My name is Marabeth Madsen. I am a "non-traditional" student returning to CR for a career change. I am studying prerequisites to nursing and will apply to nursing school in February 2023. I hope to pursue a BSN at Cal Poly Humboldt after CR. I am passionate about student success and quality education. I worked as a math tutor at Long Beach City College and again at UC Santa Cruz for a total of 4 years, but that was almost 20 years ago and my math skills are pretty rusty. Here at CR, I am available to tutor anatomy, bio 1, chem 2, physiology, and writing. Please feel free to reach out for support at any point in your classes if I can be supportive! All students are welcome at the ASC! I am comfortable working with students one-on-one or as a facilitator for small study groups. Go Woods!

Bray,  statistics tutor, peer tutor Hello! My name is Bray and I am a mathematics major for transfer. I plan on transferring to HSU and double majoring in Economics and Data Science. I'll be able to help you in all your mathematical and economic needs to become successful in your courses. I want to make mathematics and economics both fun and easy breezy for everyone. I look forward to assisting the students of CR.

Jo,  ASL peer tutor/ASC student worker Jo Cobb (they/them) is in their second semester here at CR, working in both the ASC and EOPS. They are also a student here, and have plans to transfer to SOU in Fall of 2023. If you need any help with appointments, go ahead and give them a call or an email!

Emily, stats tutor, ASC staff Emily is the ASC's Tutoring Center Coordinator and stats tutor. She can help you learn stats with a calculator, R Statistics, and any other online tool. She has taught MATH-15 and MATH-120 at CR and HSU. She is also currently taking an online stats class and learning Python. Emily's goal is to remind students that they are confident, independent learners (who love math).


Additional Online Tutoring: NetTutor

NetTutor is an online tutoring resource that allows students to chat with a tutor using text, audio, or video. Students may also submit a question or paper and get feedback emailed to them. Tutoring is available in most subjects.


All tutors have at least a Bachelor's Degree in their subject and experience working in education.

Tutoring in Math and English is available 24 hours a day, most other subjects also have wide availability.


CR students students can access NetTutor by logging into Canvas and clicking on the NetTutor tab.

Click here fore more directions on how to get there.

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