Steps to schedule tutoring appointments: 

  1. Sign in to your LAHC Canvas Account
  2. Click on your class shell on your canvas Dashboard. 
  3. When you are in your course, click on "LAHC Tutoring" link on the left-hand side. 
    • If it is your first visit, you will see this message on your screen asking you to get started. Please click "Get Started". 
    • Once you click "Get Started", please agree to the terms of services and privacy policy and click "Next".  
    • Now you will be asked to choose between "learn" and "teach", please press "learn" and then click "next". 
    • You will now be asked to choose what LACCD college you are enrolled in. Please click on "Los Angeles Harbor College". 
    • You will now be taken to a page with the different tutoring centers. Click on the tutoring center you wish to get tutoring for: LAHC | LRC 
    • An e-mail verification will be sent to your student e-mail to verify your account. Once you verify your e-mail and account, you can begin accessing the LRC's tutoring services. 
  4. Select a single appointment type: single (one time) 
  5. Click "Join class" and select the class you would like tutoring for.   
  6. Click on the class you just selected  
  7. Select a day and time.  Available times are highlighted in blue.  
  8. Select a tutor.    
  9. Choose meeting location (online or in person)  
  10. Tell us what you would like to work on during your session. 
  11. Review your appointment information and complete your request  
  12. Remove this at the bottom of the page. 

Spring 023 tutoring schedule

Subject Location Day Time
Biology 3&6 In Person Tuesday 3:00pm-6:00pm
    Thursday 3:00pm-6:00pm
Chemistry 65 & 101 In Person Tuesday 3:00pm-6:00pm
    Thursday 3:00pm-6:00pm
  Online Monday 3:00pm-8:00pm
    Saturday 9:00am-11:00am
History In Person/Online Monday-Thursday 1:00pm-6:00pm

Please follow directions below for free 24/7 online tutoring in math, writing, or literacy via NetTutor​


Free tutorial services are available for LAHC students enrolled in:

  • Anatomy
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • ESL
  • Mathematics
  • Physiology

Students are usually referred by an instructor or counselor but students are welcome to drop-in/stop by. Attendance records are maintained for positive attendance allocation. For each tutoring session, students are advised to bring current syllabus, textbook(s), and class notes.

Study Skills and Writing Resources:

Vaughan Memorial Library Plagiarism Tutorial:

MLA 8th Edition Style Center:
What's New?:
Works Cited:

The Citation Game - APA Psych Out (Williams College & Mount Holyoke College):