Tutoring | BCTC


Tutoring Services We Offer

ThinkingStorm Online Tutoring

You may access this service through Blackboard. The link may already be available in your Blackboard courses, but if not, view our simple instructions on how to access ThinkingStorm.

We know this is a stressful time, and we are here to help! Please take advantage of these tutoring services if you are having difficulties. We will get through this together!

BCTC Tutoring

We have BCTC tutors who are able to work with you remotely or in-person by appointment.

Click the link below to view a list of available tutors in specific subject areas. Choose a tutor, send them an email, and the tutor will get back with you to set up an appointment.

BCTC Tutoring Schedules


The time to seek assistance from a tutor is the minute you realize you need help. If you're still not sure, ask yourself these questions:

  • Am I falling behind in class?
  • Am I having trouble with homework assignments?
  • Have I done poorly on tests I have taken?
  • Do I have difficulty writing a paper?

If you answered "Yes" to even one question above, you should visit the tutoring and/or writing center soon.

The goal of the tutoring program is to provide the resources to help strengthen your knowledge and understanding of the material in your college classes. It also promotes the processes of active learning, independence, and motivation.

For remote tutoring, scheduling appointments virtually may vary depending on the tutor and their availability. Students can also drop-in when the tutoring center is open. This is all subject to change - please refer to the BCTC tutoring schedules for the most accurate hours of operation.


Please contact the Student Student Success Hub with any questions or concerns at 859.246.6702 or e-mail us at bctc-hub@kctcs.edu. We look forward to working with and supporting you at BCTC!

Interested in becoming a tutor?

You can apply to be an in-person tutor and work in the tutoring lab on Newtown Campus, or at your home campus.

You can also apply to be an embedded tutor, and work with a specific instructor and class section to provide extra support for those students.

View the current openings below: