The Academic Success Center, part of the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching, is the place to access academic supports. On this page you can:

  • Connect with physical and online tutors
  • Watch recorded workshops
  • Learn about other academic support resources and programs
  • Access support software



Tutoring Available Remotely via ZOOM

All of the Cambridge College tutors in writing, math, statistics, accounting are now available to meet remotely by ZOOM. In addition, our ABA and MTEL tutors continue to be available by ZOOM. Plus, we have added some tutors to help support students with technology such as basic computers, MyCC, and ZOOM.

TutorMe (24/7 Tutoring on-demand)

All Cambridge College students have access to the TutorMe platform.  This platform will allow students to access a live tutor via the internet 24/7 in 300 subject areas. 
  • To access TutorMe, click the icon above to the TutorMe page and follow the directions.
  • Here is the TutorMe flyer>>

Education Programs MTEL Support

To help support graduate education students in taking the Massachusetts Teacher Educator Licensure test [MTEL], we have created an MTEL resources and support page. Click here to access that page. 

Past Workshops

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The CELT holds regular workshops via Zoom. For those who could not attend or would like to revisit workshop content, recordings are provided. Below you will find each workshop listed by date with a description and a link to view the recording.


How to Create an ePoster (December 8, 2022)

An ePoster is a digital presentation format required in some undergraduate and graduate classes, as well as a good format for presenting in many professional situations. ePosters apply the skill of remediation, the process of taking a text and translating it into a new medium. In this one-hour workshop, students will learn the basics of ePosters, including use of templates, examples of effective ePosters, and tips and tricks for strong presentations.

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All CC students and faculty have access to Grammarly Premium.  After you register for classes, you will receive an email from Grammarly.com with directions on how to set up your account. Follow those directions to set it up and add the Grammarly apps that you want.  You will continue to have access to Premium 90 days before and after being registered for a class. For questions or more information, please contact Leah Barcan at leah.barcan@cambridgecollege.edu

All cambridge college students have free access to the Read & Write Chrome extension!

  • Translate text, listen to text read, look up definitions, highlight webpages
  • Sign into Chrome with your CC email. Then, click on the image above to add the extension