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Our professional tutors, located within the Student Success Center on the first floor of Madison, offer tutoring in nursing, science, math, and English. The tutors provide supplemental instruction and guidance to students in meeting course requirements.
Need help scheduling online?
How to Schedule an Appointment
- Click on the link above (this opens a new page on the Appointment Plus website)
- New Users: Create an account. Returning Users: Put in your Mercy College email as the password
- Select Service
- Select Appointment Type (face to face, phone, or online)
- Select Advisor/Tutor
- The Advisor/Tutor calendar will open. Click on any day that is available (in white).
- Click the time slot that will fit your schedule
- Click finalize appointment
When you sign-up it may look like you are signing up for 30 minute blocks; however, once you select tutor as the service, it will automatically make your appointment for one hour. If you select advisor as the service, your appointment will be 30 minutes.
Please call 419-251-8955 if you need further assistance with scheduling your appointment.
Before You Go to Tutoring
Review important information from each tutoring area below.
Nursing Tutoring and Information
Information for how to best utilize nursing tutoring services.
Document .pdfHow to Use Tutoring Services
A helpful guide for nursing students on what to expect at tutoring and when to go.Download
Math and Science Tutoring
Document .pdfScience and Math Tutoring Hours and Policies
Policies and expectations specific to science and math tutoring at Mercy College.Download
Document .pdfHow to Study for Exams
A helpful guide for studying and preparing for science exams.Download
Document .pdfHow to Take Notes in Science
A helpful guide of best practices for taking notes in science classes.Download
Document .pdfArterial Blood Gas Test: The Tic-Tac-Toe Method Tutorial
This document explains the tic-tac-toe method for determining arterial blood gas.Download
Document .pdfMetric System Conversions
This document shows metric system conversions.Download
The Writing Tutor at Mercy College of Ohio provides free writing support and feedback to all students, staff, and faculty in all programs. During a session, the professional writing tutor engages in conversation with the writer to help achieve the goals of the written work, focusing on ideas, organization, development, argument, synthesis, and writers’ concerns. The purpose of writing sessions is to promote awareness of self and audience through clear and concise writing.
Writing online and on-campus tutoring is available at both the Toledo and Youngstown campuses. Help is available for anything writing related at any point in the writing process. Types of sessions include:
- Face-to-face tutoring for individuals or small groups
- Online tutoring in real time on Canvas Big Blue Button
- Email feedback on papers (2-5 days turnaround time)
No matter what course and what program you are in, the Writing Tutor can help. Topics commonly covered during a session include:
- APA formatting
- Brainstorming/topic generation
- Thesis development
- General feedback
- & more...
Document .pdfIn-Text Citations
A handout to help students cite sources in textDownload
Document .pdfAPA Guide
A comprehensive APA style guideDownload
Document .pdfIncluding DOIs and URLs: A Flowchart
A flowchart to help students understand what DOI numbers are and how to use themDownload
Document .pdfAPA Style Principles
A presentation to help students understand the underlying principles of APA styleDownload
Document .pdfSynthesis: Integrating Sources Into Your Writing
A handout to help students synthesize research in their writingDownload
Document .pdfEvaluating Resources: The CRAAP Test
A handout to help students evaluate resourcesDownload
Document .pdfPrimary, Secondary, & Tertiary Sources
A handout to help students determine the originality of the research in the resourceDownload
Document .pdfIdentifying Sources
A handout to help students identify what kind of sources they haveDownload
External LinkAPA Style Blog for Help with Unusual Citations
External LinkCrossRef.org for Help with Finding DOI Numbers
External LinkPurdue OWL - Comprehensive Guide to APA Style
The Mercy College Library provides various physical and online resources for academic and personal success.Go