The Tutoring & Learning Center

Contact Us

All students enrolled at Cochise College have FREE access to The Tutoring & Learning Center (TLC). 

Feel free to visit or call us at the campuses, or email the labs if you have any questions.

Douglas Campus
Bldg. 300 | (520) 439-6860

Sierra Vista Campus
West Bldg. 1200 | (520) 515-5342

Writing Lab

Math Lab

The Tutoring and Learning Center will be closed from December 15th to January 18th. 

We will re-open for Spring 2021 hours on Tuesday, January 19th.

Please email or call if you have questions.

Happy Holidays!

Welcome to the Tutoring & Learning Center (TLC)!  We offer FREE tutoring in many academic areas to all Cochise College students. To request an appointment or to drop-in to one of the online labs, visit The TLC – Tutoring resource page on Moodle.

Working with a tutor is a great way to:

  • Review key concepts from courses
  • Learn new study strategies
  • Connect with other students who have taken your courses
  • Sharpen your critical thinking skills

Need more information?
Call: (520) 515-5342 (SV) or (520) 439-6860 (DC)
Email: or

Drop-in services in the physical centers are unavailable at this time. However, students who have a need that we cannot meet through our online services should contact us.

Math Lab

Hours begin January 19th, 2021.

DouglasSierra VistaOnline
Monday – Thursday8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.8 a.m. – 5 p.m.4:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Friday10 a.m. – 4 p.m.10 a.m. – 4 p.m.Closed
SaturdayClosedClosed12 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Online tutoring through Zoom appointments can be scheduled anytime during open hours.

Holidays and Important Dates:

  • Closes Saturday, Feb. 13 for President’s Day.  Re-opens Tuesday, Feb. 16.
  • Last day of the semester is May 10.

The Math Lab tutors help students to understand and complete homework assignments, prepare for tests, understand mathematical concepts, develop confidence in their math skills, and overcome math or test anxiety.  Most services are provided on a drop-in or appointment basis during our regular hoursTutoring for science, computer, and programming courses are also available. 

To access the Online Math Lab,

  1. Log in to the portal and navigate to Moodle.
  2. In your list of courses, click on The TLC – Tutoring.
  3. Click on the Math Lab tab.
  4. To drop-in, click on the Online Math Lab button.
  5. Fill out the form to sign in and click Submit. (You will need to be signed into your student Google account to view the form.)
  6. Clink the link on the confirmation page. This will launch Zoom Meetings and take you to the Online Math Lab. (You can also join by browser, but be aware that functionality will be limited.)

If you have any questions, please contact the Math Lab staff at  You can also call our tutors at either of the two campus locations during our daytime hours.

Students also have access to additional tutoring through All Moodle courses offer this service. Just look for the link in your courses. The number of hours available is limited, so we suggest students use this resource after hours and on weekends when other help is unavailable.

Writing Lab

Spring Hours

  • Monday – Thursday: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Friday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Saturday: 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Due to our social distancing efforts, we are limiting the number of students allowed in the physical lab.  Please fill out the Appointment Request form in the Writing Lab in Moodle to schedule in-person tutoring.

We work with students during one-on-one sessions, guiding them through the stages of the writing process, from brainstorming to final draft. We review reading principles and help students brainstorm ideas, develop thesis statements, organize information and review the rules of grammar, spelling and usage. We also help them craft presentations, navigate the rules of APA and MLA, and format papers. Visit us at the Writing Lab Zoom meeting room, which will be open at all times during our posted hours!

To request an appointment,

  1. Log in to the portal and navigate to Moodle.
  2. In your list of courses, click on The TLC – Tutoring.
  3. Click on the Writing Lab tab.
  4. Click on the Appointment Request button. The appointment request form will appear.
  5. Enter your first and last name, subject, and preferred appointment day, time, and tutor.
  6. The tutors will send you an email verifying your appointment (if the date and time are available) along with a link to the Writing Lab sign-in form.
  7. Sign in to the lab using the form, and then click on the Zoom link in the confirmation message.
  8. If you have any questions, please contact the Writing Lab staff at or (520) 515-5342.

To drop-in without an appointment,

  1. Complete steps 1 through 3 above.
  2. Click on the Online Writing Lab button. The Writing Lab Sign-in form will appear.
  3. Enter your C#, first and last name, assignment, and instructor.
  4. Submit the form and click on the Zoom link in the confirmation message.

To use the paper drop box service,

  1. Complete steps 1 through 3 above.
  2. Click on the Paper Drop Box button. The Paper Drop Box form will appear.
  3. Complete the form and upload any pertinent files.
  4. Submit the form. You will receive an email message confirming your submission.

What is the paper review drop box service?

You can submit any of your written coursework to get feedback and suggestions for revision. A writing tutor will spend 45 minutes addressing your specific concerns and suggesting improvements. Because of the time limit, the number of pages the tutor will be able to review is limited.

When can I submit a paper for review?

You can submit a draft of your paper at any time–day, night, or weekend. However, the tutors review papers only during their regularly scheduled hours. Allow two business days (48 hours) for your paper to be reviewed. If you submit a paper on a Friday night, you will most likely not receive a response until Wednesday morning of the next week. The tutors are unavailable on weekends, at night, and during holidays, so please plan ahead!

What can I submit for review?

You can submit any work you have written for your courses. This includes essays, outlines, or discussion posts.

Will the tutor edit my work?

You will receive feedback to help you to revise and edit, but the tutor will not directly edit your work. The tutor’s goal is identify error patterns and offer you strategies for improvement and correction.

Will I receive a conference note (a record of the session) if I submit my paper to the drop box?

No. However, you may schedule a follow-up appointment with a tutor. After your face-to-face appointment (Zoom or in-person), your tutor will provide a conference note.