The Learning Center is a free instructional support service that provides tutoring and other resources to reinforce and supplement classroom instruction for all registered Central Arizona College (CAC) students. Students may use the Learning Centers to work on assignments, access the internet to gather information for courses, use the internet to register for courses, and/or access online courses. You will find highly qualified staff available to assist you at the Learning Centers. Please use the Internet responsibly, read the Internet Acceptable Use Policy before using computers.
Vision: The foremost choice for student support and tutoring excellence.
Mission: Tutoring students to become transformative, self-directed learners
Reaching students via multiple modalities
Understanding the value and diversity of each learner
Free tutoring services are available to students by walk-in or appointment basis, and even though our principal focus is on providing writing, mathematics, and science support, services are available for a wide range of courses. Let us find a tutor for you.
Tutoring for most courses is available to students both in-person and through remote software at all Learning Center locations. Stay on your main campus and work with a tutor at another location. We can even provide tutoring through your at-home internet connection via Blackboard! All students can receive online help through Blackboard. Check out your course list in Blackboard for online tutoring and help. Ask questions and submit papers online. The Learning Centers will make a sincere effort to provide resources to assist students in their academic endeavors, and remember, tutoring is free of charge!
To make an appointment, please call or come-by the Learning Center located at one of the following campuses:
Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday-Sundays and National Holidays – Closed
80440 E. Aravaipa Rd.
Winkelman, AZ 85192
This workshop gives students media literacy skills they need to navigate the media, including how to spot fake news.
Social studies, U.S. government, civics, journalism, research
One 50-minute class
A recent studyby Stanford University found an overwhelming majority of students were not able to tell the difference between so-called fake news and real news. Part of the solution involves providing students with the media literacy skills they need to evaluate sources, including social media. With the help of NewsHour Extra, students will explore the problems with fake news and gain confidence exploring the media that they come across every day.
What media literacy skills do students need to evaluate the reliability of a news source?
Presentation and Visual Aid Workshop
Workshop: Presentations Are Essential
This Workshop intends to instruct students on presentations through the principles of preparation, presentation, and practice of verbal & non-verbal communications. In addition, the utilization of visual aids, specifically slide presentations, will be practiced.
Writing, Communications, etc.
One 60-minute workshop
What is a presentation? What are visual aids? How do students use PowerPoint as a visual aid?
The Learning Centers perform academic and proctored exams. Use the link above to find more information about academic and proctored exams.
Placement Assessment (Testing) is performed by the college (not the Learning Center) to determine your placement into class levels for English, Math, and Reading. Use the link to go to Placement Assessment.