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1819 N. Main St.
San Antonio TX, 78212

Tutoring services available at San Antonio College

All tutoring services at San Antonio College are FREE to all currently enrolled students.  San Antonio College provides several centers with knowledgeable staff to assist in your academic needs.  We are here for you to SUCCEED!

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Student Learning Assistance Center (MLC 707 | | 210-486-0165)  

Better known as the SLAC Lab, the Student Learning Assistance Center provides tutoring in the following subject areas: Accounting, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Geology, Government, History, Physics, Spanish, and various others subjects.  Visit our website for a complete list of courses.  SLAC also provides tutoring services to the Oppenheimer Academic Center and the Central Texas Technology Center (CTTC).

Besides tutoring services, the SLAC offers the largest open computer lab at San Antonio College.  Students may use the computers and if they need assistance can ask our trained tutoring and center staff for assistance in writing a paper, citing, power point creation, and other academic technology assistance.  SLAC also have bring your own device stations that allow students to connect to the wifi with their own device and charge their device at the same time.  SLAC provides needed assistance in making your college career here SAC a successful one.  SLAC is your "Partner for Success."

Appointment based, One-on-one, group, and walk-in tutoring available. Study Rooms available.  More information


Math Space Lab (MCCH 121/124 | 210-486-0240)  

The Math Space provides tutoring for students in all levels of Math.  Walk-in tutoring available only. More information


 BioSpot (CAC 350 | 210-486-0860)  

The BioSpot provides students with microscopes, microscope slides for reviewing the exercises that are performed in the labs; VCRs and DVDplayers, and over 350 titles in video/DVD to reinforce concepts learned in class; preserved specimens for dissection; plastic models, textbooks, and scientific journals. More information 


 INRW Center (GH 118 | 210-486-0616)  

 The primary mission of the INRW Center is to provide academic support for students taking developmental integrated reading and writing courses, especially those with an independent lab requirement.

INRW students may sign up for one-on-one or small-group tutoring sessions, attend workshops on reading and writing skills, and receive assistance completing assignments. INRW tutoring sessions, which can focus on class assignments or workshop topics, can be scheduled at the front desk in GH 118 or by calling 210-486-1616. INRW walk-ins are accepted only if a tutor is available.

The INRW Center is also an open study space and computer lab available to all SAC students. Daily scheduled workshops are also open to all SAC students though workshops are capped at ten students and INRW students are given priority. A schedule of workshop topics is posted every two weeks in front of the INRW Center and can also be found on our Facebook page @ SACDevLab.

Writing Center (GH 203 | | 210-486-1433)  

Because writers’ needs are highly individual, the Writing Center favors one-to-one or small group conferences and workshops either in person or online. We welcome all writers and assignments from all disciplines. In our approach, we promote student learning and thinking by helping writers focus on issues of meaning and by involving them in reflection on their own work. By building collaborative peer relations with student writers and modeling appropriate academic behavior, we help students build the confidence, articulate the ideas, acquire the strategies, and learn the skills to engage effectively in their writing processes. In support of faculty efforts to promote student writing, the Center serves faculty and staff in all disciplines through classroom workshops, co-teaching presentations, and classroom-based group conferences. To further support members of the faculty and staff who would appreciate feedback on their writing, the Center provides collaborative peer response. We are prepared to work with faculty across the campus with writing, the teaching of writing, and innovative ways in which we may continue to provide support to them.

Appointment based tutoring available. More information