Learning Center

The Learning Center provides tutoring and academic coaching to all NCC students in credit classes. Tutoring and academic coaching provide:

    • Enhanced success in classes and in programs
    • Connection to on-campus support for students in all classes, including online classes
    • Improved skills students use to succeed in their careers

Make an appointment:

Tutor Trac Login

(use your Student ID number and NCC password to log in)

Need Help? Please contact us:

Visit our  Virtual Front Desk (Monday-Thursday 9am-10pm, Friday 9am-5pm, Sunday 2pm-8pm)

Visit one of the Learning Centers: (Monday-Thursday 9am-10pm)

  • College Center 315 or  Penn Hall 211 @ Bethlehem campus
  • or Keystone 140 @ Monroe Campus

Call: 610-861-5517  (Monday-Thursday 9am-10pm, Friday 9am-5pm)

email: tutoring@northampton.edu

Resources for Students

Science Resources Page

To access handouts, videos, and other resources for your science classes, please go to this page in Blackboard. To enroll in this page:

1. Log into Blackboard with your student ID number as your ID and Password

2. Scroll down and click +Enroll on the left-hand side of the screen and then hit submit!

Math handouts

Go to this page to find some helpful math handouts

Writing handouts

Writing handouts on this page include everything from thesis statements to grammar, to MLA format. 

Academic coaching videos

The Learning Center's academic coaches have made some helpful videos to get you started with time management, study skills, goal setting, and more!

Online Level Up!

Every semester, the Learning Center provides a fun, interactive experience to help you Level up your study skills, time management, and more! Sign-ups will be announced!

Employment at the Learning Center

The Learning Center employs professional tutors and academic coaches, peer tutors, and front desk assistants. Typically, we have the most need for tutors during the fall and spring semesters, but we also hire on an as-needed basis throughout the year. All tutors and academic coaches earn a College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) Level I certification. 

If you are a current NCC student and you want to become a  peer tutor, you must have completed the course you want to tutor, provide your unofficial transcript, and have a faculty reference. Peer tutors should apply via Workday.

If you have earned a degree and want to become a  professional tutor, apply on the  NCC HR website

Need Help?  Ask a question at our Virtual Front Desk

Or call (610) 861-5517 and leave a voicemail or e-mail us at tutoring@northampton.edu 

Bethlehem Learning Center

Monroe Learning Center

Online Tutoring