Welcome to the SSC!
Tutoring and Workshops
We've made it even easier to access our peer tutoring services and workshops on Zoom. Just click the yellow buttons for the subject areas you're interested in. Follow the prompts on your screen to sign in to the eSARS system and select from a list of available services – including drop-in sessions, weekly scheduled sessions and workshops.
IMPORTANT: Do bookmark the SSC homepage to access all services and do NOT bookmark the separate eSARS links as you will have cache issues. You must close all eSARS windows prior to starting a new one or may have trouble signing into the correct site. You may need to clear your history cache if you are having trouble.
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How To Apply for a Weekly Tutor
First, please review the SSC Guidelines and Policies. Next, click the following links for the subjects in which you'd like to receive tutoring help.
Become a Tutor!
You can improve your own skills in communication and your favorite academic subjects by helping other students learn. We provide training – and it's fun!
Questions? Contact Us
Diana Alves de Lima, Student Success Center Co-Director
Melissa Aguilar, Student Success Center Co-Director
We're in Building S43 and on the third floor of the Advanced Technology Center (AT) – see the campus map.
The Student Success Center supports classroom instruction by helping students at all levels to become better learners, and to gain the confidence and skills to achieve their greatest possible academic success.
- Individual, group, and online tutoring in a variety of subjects
- Workshops on study skills, listening/speaking, reading/writing/grammar and other topics
- Tutor training courses
After participating in Student Success Center programs for an appropriate amount of time, and within the context of each student's individual needs, students will express a more positive attitude toward the subject they are studying, use effective learning skills, and improve their academic performance.
Your DASB fees at work: Funds from the De Anza Associated Student Body help support peer tutoring in the SSC. Other funding sources include De Anza's General Fund and B-Budget, and the statewide Student Equity and Achievement (SEA) Program.