Location and Contact Information:

Appointment Tutoring: Appointments for one-on-one tutoring occur at our St. Paul campus location (within the Center for Academic Excellence on the main floor of the library building, room 130) and at the Midway campus location (on the lower level, room I).  

To schedule an appointment, please choose from the following options:

    1. Schedule your own tutoring appointment, day or night! You can schedule a 50-minute face-to-face appointment by pointing your browser to https://metrostate.mywconline.net

The first time you visit our online scheduling system, you’ll need to register for services. Once you’ve registered, you’ll be able to schedule, modify, and cancel appointments.

Please download our CAE guide to online scheduling for tutorials (.pdf) to walk you through the registration and scheduling process.

  1. Give us a call during business hours! A member from our talented front-desk staff would be happy to assist you in scheduling an appointment over the phone.
  2. Send us an email! You may also send appointment requests to: centerfolk@metrostate.edu. Please provide your name, StarID, course number, course name, instructor name, and desired appointment times.

Drop-in Tutoring: Students do not need to schedule an appointment for drop-in tutoring. Drop-in ICS tutoring is managed by the ICS department and is held at New Main L103 on Saturday mornings. For additional drop-in hours, which vary by semester, please contact the ICS department chair: Michael.Stein@metrostate.edu.

General Information:

If you have a tutoring question, please be advised that we cannot answer computer science questions via email. It is best if you attend a tutorial during our scheduled hours.

Accommodations for people with disabilities may be requested by calling Center for Accessibility Resources at 651-793-1540 (voice) or 651-772-7687 (TTY/TDD) or by emailing Accessibility.Resources@metrostate.edu

Disability related testing accommodations for testing services on the Saint Paul, Midway, or Minneapolis campuses may be obtained through the Center for Accessibility Resources office.

Placement assessment tests and graduate admissions assessments may be scheduled through the Placement Assessment office.