LSC-Cypress Center Tutoring Program
Welcome to The Cypress Center Tutoring Center!
We are currently offering in-person tutoring at the Cypress Center Tutoring Center (Cy-113) in Math, Chemistry, Physics, Science, Biology, and English/Writing. Virtual tutoring is also available for FREE through the BrainFuse Tutor Match platform for students who are currently enrolled at Lone Star College. Our aim is to help you to be successful in your courses, to assist you on your journey of creative and innovative learning here at Lone Star College, and empower you to grow into your best self!
Please check this page for updates. We will do our best to keep you posted on any changes to our services.
Please click here to access online tutoring!
Students can gain access to BrainFuse online tutoring services through the Lone Star College Virtual Learning Assistance Center (VLAC). Please click on this link to find out more information: https://vlac.lonestar.edu/help/a366
The Cypress Center Tutoring's goal is to help students reach their maximum academic potential by promoting the understanding of course concepts, reinforcing essential study skills and habits, as well as encouraging independent learning that will assist students to transition successfully into the rapidly changing world.
Tutoring Services & Resources
We offer tutoring and other resources in a range of subjects.
Use the links below to find resources that will help you in each subject.
- All tutoring services are FREE!
- At present, tutoring is offered in-person and virtually. Asynchronous, email-based writing tutoring is offered through the Cypress Writing Center mailbox and instructions for submissions can be found on the right-hand side of this page. You can also submit assignments to be reviewed through the BrainFuse Writing Lab. Instructions for submissions to the BrainFuse Writing Lab can be found here on the Cypress Center Online Tutoring webpage, as well as the Cypress Center English Tutoring webpage.
- Students should have available any textbook, lecture notes and assignments before meeting with a tutor.
- Students should attempt solving a problem on their own before seeking assistance.
- Reading a chapter or brainstorming a writing assignment topic prior to meeting with a tutor will result in a more productive session.
- Our tutors are highly qualified professionals that consist of educators, instructors, retired professionals, former students and current students. The tutors are also College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA) Certified. This certification allows tutors to receive recognition and positive reinforcement from a national organization and sets professional standards of skill and training necessary for tutors.