HCC Coleman College for Health Sciences opens new tutoring center
The Houston Community College Coleman College for Health Sciences celebrated the opening of a new learning facility with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 5 for its tutoring center. More than 100 guests attended the grand opening event, including Coleman College president Dr. Phillip Nicotera, staff members and students.
Key note speakers for the event were Dr. Betty Fortune, executive director for the Office of Success and Completion; Dr. Donna Spivey, dean of nursing; Jeff Gricar, dean of health sciences; Dr. Diana Castillo, College Operations officer and Amanda Guerrero, the director of Instructional Support in the Office of Success and Completion.
The center is staffed with faculty tutors, peer tutors and lab aides to provide support and assistance. They help students stay on track with coursework, understand assignments and improve their study skills and learning strategies. The Tutoring Center is a drop-in facility where students can study independently, with a tutor or in small groups. There is no need for an appointment and no charge for the use of services.
The Coleman Tutoring Center is in room 113 of the Health Sciences Tower located at 1919 Pressler St., Houston, TX 77030. Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. and Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. For more information about the Coleman Tutoring Center, call 713.718.2056 or visit hccs.edu/tutoring.
For additional Tutoring Center schedules, visit hccs.edu/findatutor. Or contact George Opara, regional manager at email@example.com or 713.718.5850.