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Academic Success and Tutoring Center (ASTC)

-Tutoring for the summer will begin on Wednesday, June 15th!

Online Tutoring with SCC Tutors:
Academic Success and Tutoring Center services are available to students by self-registering at the following Canvas link:

To be able to connect with the tutors in Canvas, students need to enroll to the ASTC Canvas shell. This is a free service for all SCC students, and it can be added at any time during the semester. It will never appear on transcripts and will not affect financial aid. To enroll, simply click on the following link: This will open up Canvas, and you will need to click on the "Enroll in this Course" button.

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Solano Community College Instructional Assistants (IAs) are working on Zoom via Canvas. Our IAs are online, ready, and willing to help students. Click on the following PDF for more information about connecting with ASTC Tutors over Zoom:

How to Access the ASTC Online 

For the ASTC Summer 2022 tutor schedule, click here.

In-Person Tutoring with SCC Tutors:
 Our hours for in-person tutoring hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 10:00AM-2:00PM. 

Important Information for In-person tutoring appointments:  

  • We’re on the first floor of the new Library and Learning Resource Center (LLRC) in the northwest corner, room 114.
  • You must check in with the staff when you first enter the room. 
  • For the ASTC Summer 2022 in-person tutor schedule, click here.

If you have any questions, please phone us at 707.864.7000, ext. 7230 or email:  

Additionally, all Solano Community College students are able to access free online tutoring through NetTutor.
Simply log in to Canvas, pick a course, and on the side there is a link for NetTutor. Online math tutoring is available 24 hours a day, every day of the week. Writing assignments can be submitted 24 hours a day, every day of the week and all writing submissions to NetTutor will maintain a 48-72 hour turnaround time. All other subjects will follow the NetTutor subject hours for the semester.

Click on the following PDFs for more information about NetTutor:
NetTutor Student User Guide
NetTutor Tutoring Schedule (subject to change)
NetTutor Online Tutoring Accessibility Overview
How to Activate Audio_Video Functionality (Student)

As circumstances change we will provide updates via Canvas and the ASTC webpage. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to call us at 707-864-7000, ext. 7230 or email us at  We will respond as soon as possible.

If you are having issues logging in to Canvas, please contact the Distance Education office at (707) 864-7000, ext. 7127 or

Are you ready to get a step ahead in your classes? Are you struggling with a subject? A math problem? An essay? Studying for a quiz or exam? You’ve come to the right place. We can help!


  • Drop-in tutoringStudents learning anatomy by using life size models for a more indepth look.
  • A supportive and comfortable place to study/do homework
  • Computers and printers
  • Appointments with tutors*
  • Work with instructional assistants*
  • Meet with instructors*
  • Group tutoring*
  • Student success workshops
  • Canvas and MySolano support
  • White board use
  • Information on other campus resources

        *Subjects and availability can vary

Email us at or call us at 707-864-7000, ext. 7230 for any questions.

Fairfield – Room 114
707-864-7000, ext. 7230

Vacaville Center – Room 138

Vallejo Center – Room 124

A recent study done by Solano's Research & Planning Department shows that, on average, those who use the ASTC academically outperform those who don't use our services.**

**Research & Planning Department’s survey was July 2018: Retention – ASTC users 92.4% vs. non-ASTC users 88.4%; Success rates – ASTC users 77% vs. non-ASTC users 70%; Average term GPA – ASTC users 2.40 vs. non-ASTC users 2.09; Students who ultimately drop or fail class – only 6.3% visited the ASTC.