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For the Math Resource Center, drop-in Zoom hours are Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with Zoom Meeting ID: 914 1509 3044.

While classes remain online, Peer Tutoring, the Math Resource Center, and the Writing Center will be available remotely through several methods.

If you need help making an appointment, call 763-424-0927, email or check the Quick Links below.

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  • Appointment Requirements

    Many of the tutoring appointments will be take place over Zoom, a video call. If you’re new to Zoom, You can view some excellent tutorial videos here.

    Equipment Needs

    • Computer with speaker and microphone capability
    • Internet access
    • If you need access to either, click here to view resources.

    Steps for Accessing Zoom Appointment

    • Before your tutoring session, check volume level.
    • Open your NHCC email and look for a message from your tutor inviting you to join them in their tutor space in Zoom.
    • Double click the link to open the session.
    • You and the tutor will be able to share pages from your respective computers as well as to speak with each other.
    • Click here to view Zoom tutorials.

    If you have questions about your equipment or any technical issues, please contact the Help Desk, 763-424-0957 or

  • Get Tutoring Help

    Peer Tutoring

    Peer Tutoring appointments will use Zoom. Staff are available to respond to email or voicemail and schedule you with a tutor during normal tutoring hours, Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. If you have a standing appointment, there is no need to contact us to set up an appointment; you are already in the schedule and can keep your spot.

    Writing Center

    The Writing Center will continue to work with students on written assignments for any course. We will offer online tutoring in two formats:

    1. Collaboration via Zoom - Appointments using Zoom will allow students to share screens/texts and have conversations with tutors. In addition, students who have not started a paper are welcome to make appointments for brainstorming. Email to schedule an appointment.
    2. Written Feedback via Email - For written feedback on essays, email a draft to A faculty or senior peer tutor will respond with feedback within 24 hours. Please note the following guidelines:
      • Indicate your course information and instructor’s name in the Subject line or in the message text. Add any other information in the message text that your tutor might need to know.
      • Students will be limited to 2 online submissions each week.
      • Tutors will spend approximately 30 minutes to determine a focus for revision.
      • Comments will be made in the margin of the paper.
      • Tutors will not proofread/edit for students or make direct changes to texts.

    Math Resource Center

    Students can reach out for tutoring assistance from the Math Resource Center in several ways.

    • Drop-in Zoom Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    • Scheduled Zoom appointments are available Monday through Thursday, 3-6 p.m., and Friday 3-4 p.m., by emailing Dale Bradtke.
    • Email Dale Bradtke with your question. (Include your StarID).
    • Screen Capture Text by sending an email to Dale Bradtke to request cell phone number. (Include your StarID).
    • Call the Math Resource Center at 763-424-0742.

    During this time, we may not always be able to access a tutor in your subject area. If this occurs, you are encouraged to utilize free remote tutoring service. You can access by logging in through D2L, then selecting the desired course. Check out the Student Resources page for more information about online tutoring services. All students have 15 hours of services available to them per year. If you need more tutoring hours, please contact Tom Lynch to obtain additional hours.

NHCC is seeking Peer Tutors!

Have you been successful in a particular course (or a number of classes)? Are you interested in sharing your knowledge and experience with others, and getting paid at the same time? We have openings for a number of subjects including accounting, anatomy & physiology, biology, computer science, math, nursing, paralegal, psychology, and more!

What does it take? You need to be registered for at least 6 or more credits, have a strong grades in the areas you are seeking to tutor, and have a faculty recommendation. We can assist in contacting faculty if needed. We also have work-study positions for front desk staff to help students make appointments to meet with tutors.

If you're interested, I would love to meet you via Zoom! You can contact me Rachel V. Fraser by email: